Amie Rohan shows off her new tattoo as she poses in mismatched bikini for sultry beach selfie – after splitting from Geelong star husband Gary
Amie Rohan is moving on with her life as a single mother after her split from husband Gary Rohan.
On Friday, the influencer and ambassador for mental health charity, One in Five, headed to the beach, and showed off her new tattoo.
In a photo posted to Instagram, Amie turned away from the camera to showcase the abstract design which sits on the back of her arm.
New ink: On Friday, Amie Rohan (pictured) headed to the beach, and showed off her new tattoo. In a photo posted to Instagram, Amie turned away from the camera to showcase the abstract design which sits on the back of her arm
Also featuring a line of text, the ink was done by single needle tattoo artist Tara Sea of MELA Tattoo in Ferntree Gully, Victoria.
Amie wrote in her caption: ‘Obsessed with with my ink. Thank you @_tarasea for your creative skills’.
In the image, Amie showed off her fit physique in a mismatched bikini consisting of a black top and speckled black and off-white bottoms, as she enjoyed a beach day.
Over: Amie split with her husband of four years, footballer Gary Rohan (left), in July, after he entered the AFL’s Gold Coast coronavirus hub
Amie split with her husband of four years, footballer Gary Rohan, in July, after he entered the AFL’s Gold Coast coronavirus hub.
The couple’s marriage allegedly broke down came just months after their daughter Sadie was born last year.
The former high school sweethearts apparently separated in late July, when Gary joined his teammates at the AFL’s Gold Coast quarantine hub.
Shocked: Fans were stunned last year when it was reported that Gary and Amie had split just months after she’d given birth – and two years after losing one of their twins
Meanwhile, Amie stayed at home on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula with their children.
Gary, 29, is now in a relationship with former Geelong Cats physiotherapist Madi Bennett.
The Rohans had married in October 2016 on Hamilton Island, several weeks after Gary played in the AFL Grand Final for his former club Sydney Swans.
Family: Amie and Gary are parents to daughters Bella, three, and Sadie, one. Bella’s twin sister, Willow, tragically died shortly after their birth on April 12, 2018
Gary and Amie welcomed twin girls Bella and Willow in April 2018, but the joyous occasion was marred with sadness when Willow died five hours after she was born.
Willow was diagnosed with anencephaly, a congenital disorder in which a major part of the baby’s brain fails to develop.
They made the move from Sydney to Geelong later in 2018 and welcomed their second daughter, Sadie Rose, in March last year.
Moving on: Gary, 29, is now in a relationship with former Geelong Cats physiotherapist Madi Bennett (left)