AFL 2022: Buddy Franklin’s daughter Tullulah waves during the Grand Final Parade

AFL 2022: Buddy Franklin’s daughter Tullulah waves during the Grand Final Parade

Buddy Franklin’s daughter Tullulah waves to her AFL star dad during a Grand Final parade ahead of the Sydney Swans showdown with Geelong

Buddy Franklin’s daughter Tullulah couldn’t believe her eyes as her AFL superstar father was driven past during a parade ahead of the Melbourne Grand Final on Friday.

The two-year-old was carried by Buddy’s mother-in-law, Valerie Campbell, and his excited wife Jesinta Franklin waved and cheered alongside them.

The beaming Sydney Swans Great, 35, waved to his family while sitting in the back of a white Toyota Hilux before they were reunited at the end of the parade.

Buddy Franklin’s daughter Tullulah couldn’t believe her eyes as her AFL superstar father was driven past during a parade ahead of the Melbourne Grand Final on Friday

Jesinta, 31, greeted her husband with a kiss on the cheek and the couple briefly embraced before Buddy took son Rocky, one, in his arms while Jesinta held Tullulah.

Tallulah wore a replica Sydney Swans Guernsey with the word ‘Daddy’ above her famous father’s number 23 on the back.

Jesinta opted for an all-black activewear ensemble plus a matching beanie.

Jesinta Franklin greeted her husband with a kiss on the cheek after the parade

Jesinta Franklin greeted her husband with a kiss on the cheek after the parade

Rocky was also pictured with a Guernsey replica #23, with his blonde hair tied in a high ponytail reminiscent of his sister’s.

The Franklins, who wed in 2016, are one of the most famous couples in the AFL.

Jesinta, a former Miss Universe Australia turned fashion influencer, recently qualified as an accredited AFL player agent.

The Franklins' children both wore matching red and white Nike boots in support of their father, a key forward for the Sydney Swans, as well as No. 23 shirts

The Franklins’ children both wore matching red and white Nike boots in support of their father, a key forward for the Sydney Swans, as well as No. 23 shirts

Buddy, sitting next to Tom Paley, waved to the crowd from the back of a Toyota Hilux

Buddy, sitting next to Tom Paley, waved to the crowd from the back of a Toyota Hilux

Last week, Buddy shocked the football world by signing a one-year contract extension for the 2023 season.

His nine-year, $10 million contract with the Swans expires at the end of the season and his future has long been the subject of speculation.

However, the two-time Premiership winner put an end to the rumors himself on Monday night with a succinct two-word statement that simply said: “One more thing.”

Buddy will play in his sixth Grand Final when the Swans take on Geelong on Saturday. Despite his many accolades in the colors of the Swans, he is yet to win a Premiership for the blood, which fell short in both 2014 and 2016.

Buddy (pictured September 17) will play in his sixth Grand Final when the Swans take on Geelong on Saturday.  Despite his many accolades in the colors of the Swans, he is yet to win a Premiership for the blood, which fell short in both 2014 and 2016

Buddy (pictured September 17) will play in his sixth Grand Final when the Swans take on Geelong on Saturday. Despite his many accolades in the colors of the Swans, he is yet to win a Premiership for the blood, which fell short in both 2014 and 2016