Channel Nine star Scherri-Lee Biggs has welcomed her first child with her AFL player husband Daniel Venables.
Former Miss Universe Australia Scherri-Lee, 33, and former West Coast Eagles midfielder Daniel, 25, celebrated the birth of their baby daughter on Friday.
‘Welcome to the world our darling little girl Isla Minnie Venables,’ the couple both wrote on Instagram.
‘She arrived on the 7th February and already has mum and dad wrapped around her little finger. We can’t wait to watch you grow baby girl.’
Celebrities flooded the comments with well wishes, including Megan Gale and Leila McKinnon.
Channel Nine star Scherri-Lee Biggs has welcomed her first child with her AFL player husband Daniel Venables
‘Welcome to the world our darling little girl Isla Minnie Venables,’ the couple both wrote on Instagram
Scherri-Lee and Daniel married in a stylish outdoor ceremony in her home city of Perth.
The couple, who have been dating since 2021, tied the knot at the picturesque Old Young’s gin distillery in the outer rural suburb of Henley Brook in March, 2023.
Scherri-Lee looked breathtaking on her special day in a white lace dress with intricate patterns on the skirt and bodice, as well as a long tulle veil.
The starlet shared a photo from their nuptials on Instagram, and confirmed in the caption she had taken her husband’s surname by writing ‘The Venables’.
Scherri-Lee and Daniel married in a stylish outdoor ceremony in her home city of Perth
She also posted a series of photos from the reception as the couple partied the night away with their guests, including Nine News Perth newsreader Tracy Vo.
Daniel wasn’t Scherri-Lee’s first boyfriend from the ranks of the Eagles, as she was previously in a relationship with Brad Sheppard from May 2018 to December 2019.
Daniel’s footy career was brutally cut short at age 20 when he suffered a severe concussion during a match against the Melbourne Demons during round nine of the 2019 AFL season.
He suffered seven bleeds on the brain after a sickening collision while contesting a mark, and later told his parents: ‘I feel like my brain is going to explode.’