Our Bachelorette Brooke Blurton is a woman of many talents and hasn’t shied away from sharing her love of Aussie Rules.

The 26-year-old has been a long-time member of Western Australia’s Swan District Football Club, but did you know she has ties to the Geelong Cats, too?

That’s right — her cousin is 23-year-old Cats midfielder Quinton Narkle, who made his AFL debut in round 15 of the 2018 season against the Western Bulldogs.

Brooke’s ties to the Victorian club don’t stop there though.

Rumours swirled that the youth worker had joined the ranks of Australian footy WAGs after she was spotted at a Cats game in early 2021, where she was spotted with club star Jed Bews

The claims embroiled Brooke in an alleged love triangle, due to her Instagram followers also speculating that our Bachie queen was dating musician G Flip.  Ooooh, scandalous!

Turns out it was all a misunderstanding! Brooke told the Herald Sun that she was just “really good friends” with Jed, and had attended the games to support her cousin Quinton.

“You’d be photographed with a footballer or with any girl, like I was with G Flip, and people want to assume you’re automatically linked. But I’m not dating,’ said the reality star.

Brooke’s appearance on The Bachelorette Australia 2021 marks a world-first for the Bachelor franchise. The Western Australian being the first Indigenous and openly pansexual lead in the history of the dating show.

You can catch Brooke’s love story evolve on Wednesday and Thursday nights at 7:30pm on Channel 10 and 10Play.

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