Bills QB Mitch Trubisky’s fiancée enjoys Nashville bachelorette party
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Buffalo Bills quarterback Mitch Trubisky’s fiancée, Hillary Gallagher, called her bachelorette party in Nashville a weekend she’ll “never forget.”
Taking to Instagram on Monday, Gallagher shared a collection of snapshots from the Tennessee getaway, which included bridal swag and bubbly.
“Thank you to my sister @jgall_ for planning the most perfect Bachelorette Party this past weekend. You made the whole weekend so special and I am so grateful for you,” she captioned the post.
In one photo, Gallagher — who is set to marry Trubisky, 26, in July — posed in a white crop top, matching slacks and a crown while holding a bottle of champagne.
In another shot, she rocked a white, fringed jacket with “Bride” written across the back.
“Thank you to all of my girls for coming this weekend and making this a weekend I will never forget. So lucky to have all of you in my life,” Gallagher continued in her caption. “47 more days until the big day🤍 let’s do this thing @mtrubisky10.”
Trubisky, who spent the first four seasons of his NFL career as a Chicago Bear, proposed to Gallagher in Palm Beach, Fla., in January. The 6-foot-2 star presented his love with an oval-shaped engagement ring worth an estimated six figures.
“Fiancé🤍💍 Can’t wait to spend forever with my soulmate,” Gallagher gushed on Instagram at the time.
In March, Trubisky signed a one-year deal with the Bills to become quarterback Josh Allen’s backup. Gallagher later shared a touching message to Bears fans amid the couple’s departure for Buffalo.
“Thank you to all the Bears fans with the sweetest messages,” she posted. “The city of Chicago will always have a special place in our heart.”
The couple were first linked in early 2019.
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