On Friday, AFL player Kieren Jack married his longtime love Channel Ten journalist Charlotte Goodlet in the Blue Mountains.
But the happy day was tinged with a sad hue after news that the Sydney Swans' star's parents were not invited.
The breathtaking day, which took place at All View Escape, was shared across social media.
But there was two notable guests missing - Kieran's father and Balmain Tigers rugby league legend Garry Jack and his mother Donna.
In a statement to The Sunday Telegraph, Jack’s parents said: “We would like to wish Kieren and Charlotte all the best on their special day.
“It is unfortunate and disappointing that we were not in attendance of our son’s wedding, but sadly none of the family made the invite list. Nonetheless, we wish them both well.”
In his column for The Sunday Telegraph, Phil Rothfield gave it the lowlight of the week and said: “This is such a sad story. I have known Kieren’s father Garry, the former Balmain Tigers fullback, for more than 30 years. He is a good man.”
The sporting star, who is one of three brothers, had his younger brother Brandon as his best man, who shared, “Watched my best mate and brother marry the love of his life yesterday. Incredible day and night we won’t ever forget.”
It is believed his older brother Rhys reportedly did not attend.
Back in 2016, The Daily Telegraph reported on the Jack family feud, after his mother posted in a now deleted tweet, “@kjack_15 so sad. Dad 200 RL you 200 AFL & you don’t want us there, your parents. No appreciation for all the yrs helping you get there’."
For his part, Jack has said, “My priorities of support are firmly with my partner and my little brother who I love and care for very much.”
“As distressing as the events have been, the support we’ve given each other on top of friends and other family members, teammates and the Sydney Swans in general highlights to us how lucky we are to have those people in our lives.”
Goodlet wowed in a Pallas Couture dress, while Jack was dressed by Farage.
The star-studded nuptials included guests like Julie Snook, Abbey Gelmi, Natalia Cooper and Davina Smith, AFL stars Sam Reid, Dan Hannebery, Jarrad McVeigh, Sam Reid and Luke Parker, and former pageant contestants Erin Holland and Renae Ayris.
This article originally appeared on WHO.