Things appear to be going well for Mia Fevola and her new boyfriend Bass Miller.
In a series of photos shared to Instagram, the couple were all smiles as the partied at the Beyond The Valley music festival in Victoria.
The daughter of AFL legend Brendan Fevola, 23, showed off her ripped abs in a bikini top and patterned pants.
Mia wore white sneakers and wrapped a jumper around her shoulders as she posed for a photo outside her tent.
She also shared another image of herself sitting on Bass’ shoulders while enjoying the music.
Mia Fevola showed off her ripped abs in a bikini top as she partied at Beyond The Valley music festival with her boyfriend Bass Miller
Beyond The Valley ran from December 28 until January 1, 2024.
It comes after Mia recently opened up about her new relationship with her boyfriend Bass.
She told Daily Mail Australia at the Melbourne Cup in November that things are going ‘great’ for the couple.
‘It’s been great. We went to school together so we’ve known each other for over 10 years so it’s really nice to have him here,’ she said.
‘[He is] someone who I’m super confident with and able to have fun with.’
She added: ‘My parents love Bass and he’s really good with my sisters. It’s really nice to see the relationship he has with my family.’
She also shared another image of herself sitting on Bass’ shoulders while enjoying the music
Mia’s dating history in the AFL world has been well-documented over the past couple of years.
She enjoyed a trip to Bali in July 2022 with Daniel Grant, who played for divisional club Sorrento Sharks.
A photo was uploaded at the time which showed her seated next to Daniel and several other pals as they enjoyed drinks before their dinner.
She had since denied their relationship was a romantic one, insisting they shared a close friendship.
It comes after Mia recently opened up about her new relationship with her boyfriend Bass
Mia previously dated Western Bulldogs forward Jamarra Ugle-Hagan.
Their relationship dissolved in 2021 just after his team’s defeat to Melbourne Demons at the Grand Final.
Her high-profile relationship with Daniel Rioli of the Richmond Tigers in 2020 also didn’t work out, but they’ve remained good friends.
Mia became part of a footy family at a young age when her mother Alex married the-then Carlton forward Brendan Fevola in 2005.
She told Daily Mail Australia at the Melbourne Cup in November that things are going ‘great’ for the couple