Australia’s Adam Zampa ties the knot with longtime girlfriend Hattie Leigh Palmer

Photo Credit: kate_willa's Instagram
Photo Credit: kate_willa's Instagram

Australia’s Adam Zampa ties knot with longtime girlfriend Hattie Leigh Palmer – Australia cricket Adam Zampa tied knot with longtime girlfriend Hattie Leigh Palmer on Monday. Earlier, their wedding got postponed due to Coronavirus twice. Many cricketers cancelled their weddings and postponed them due to the COVID-19. 

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It was a private event and Zampa didn’t reveal anything about his wedding on his social media. The company that designed the bridal wear for Zamap’s wedding named Kate Willa posted a photo of the couple on their Instagram handle. 

The caption for the photo was,” These two @hattiepalmer & @zampstagram deserve all the happiness in the world! Third time planning a wedding thanks to covid and they finally tied the knot last week 🥂 Custom ceremony gown, intricately beaded and dripped in silky layers of blush tulle with a custom blush veil. Photographer @joeyandjase.”

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The photo of the lovable couple unveils that the cricketer and Hattie got married last week.

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