She is preparing to tie the knot with the former soap star and actor Harley Bonner soon.
And on Wednesday, model Natalie Roser walked out in a floaty white gown ahead of their wedding, looking every inch the blushing bride-to-be.
The 31-year-old was spotted walking one of their pet pups in Double Bay, Sydney, after celebrating her hens over the weekend.
Natalie looked flawless in her frock, which showed off her cleavage and long, trim pins.
Her dress had a lovely floral design, and she completed the appearance with black runners and a handbag.
The blonde beauty wore her long locks down her back and around her shoulders, with natural-looking makeup.
On the outing, Natalie looked comfortable as she got some rest after a long weekend with her pet puppy Prim.
Natalie’s hens party took place over the weekend, and she invited close friends like a model and Australian Survivor star Shannon Lawson, Big Brother alum Aisha McKinnon, and model Laura Dundovic to join her.
Natalie is getting married to actor Harley Bonner, who recently left Home and Away after only a year on the show.
In November, the pair announced their engagement on Instagram, with a time-lapse video of Harley proposing at a romantic picnic.
Before getting down on bended knee, Harley stunned the blonde bombshell with an engagement ring.
Natalie was overwhelmed by the gesture and wasted no time saying yes.
‘HB and NR,’ the pair captioned the announcement.
The couple celebrated their five-year anniversary of dating earlier this month.
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