WEDDED MISS Former EFL star forced to call off his wedding after being ‘drunk for two days’ celebrating promotion to top flight

Wedding officials did not allow the ceremony to take place because of an unusual reason


Posted Thursday, May 16, 2024 by Thesun.co.uk

FORMER Championship star Jackson Irvine has had to call off his wedding - after two booze-fuelled days celebrating promotion.

The Australia international captained St Pauli back into Germany's Bundesliga on Sunday with a 3-1 win over VFL Osnabruck.

WEDDED MISS Former EFL star forced to call off his wedding after being ‘drunk for two days’ celebrating promotion to top flight
Jackson Irvine was forced to call off his wedding with partner Jemilla

WEDDED MISS Former EFL star forced to call off his wedding after being ‘drunk for two days’ celebrating promotion to top flight
The Aussie captained St Pauli to promotion to the Bundesliga Credit: Getty

Ex-Hull City and Burton Albion ace Irvine was due to tie the knot with longtime partner Jemilla in Denmark on Tuesday.

But the hungover 31-year-old forgot to bring his passport to the ceremony, and Danish officials refused to marry the pair.

Tattooist Jemilla posted a picture of herself and Irvine on Instagram.

She wrote: "When you've been drunk for 2 days and forget to take your passport to your marriage appointment," followed by three clown emojis.

"Let's try again tomorrow," she added. "(Party tonight is still on)."

Irvine made one senior Celtic appearance in 2012 after arriving from Melbourne Victory two years before.

He went on to play for Kilmarnock and Ross County, with Burton paying a club record £330,000 for him in 2016.

Irvine spent three seasons with Hull before returning to Scotland with Hibs in 2021.

Capped 66 times and with 11 goals to his credit, he is now Australia's captain.

The Melbourne native left Hibs in 2021 for St Pauli, based near Hamburg's Reeperbahn red-light district.



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