Clint Frazier’s Fiancee Kaylee Gambadoro Gives Sneak Peek at Bachelorette Party


Clint Frazier’s fiancée is still savoring every moment of her “dream” bachelorette party.

Taking to Instagram on Sunday, Kaylee Gambadoro recapped her recent trip to Palm Springs with her loved ones, which came about a year after announcing her engagement to the former Yankee.

“Palm Springs before the rings,” Gambadoro captioned the video. “@alisa_sandgren for giving me my dream bachelor.”

Kaylee Gambadoro, engaged to former Yankee Clint Frazier, recently enjoyed her bachelorette party in Palm Springs.
Instagram/Kaylee Gambadoro
The bride-to-be was seen lounging in a white bikini in a swimming pool.
The bride-to-be was seen lounging in a white bikini in a swimming pool.
Instagram/Kaylee Gambadoro

In the video, the bride-to-be wears a white bikini as she lounges in the pool on a flamingo-shaped raft. As the clip continues, Gambadoro swaps her swimsuit for a blue two-piece set as she pops champagne.

While it’s unclear when Gambadoro and Frazier will tie the knot, the couple have had a number of life-changing moments over the past year.

Frazier, the fifth overall pick in the 2013 MLB Draft, was released by the Yankees in November. He signed a one-year contract with the Cubs a month later.

Kaylee Gambadoro also popped champagne at her bachelorette party.
Kaylee Gambadoro also popped champagne at her bachelorette party.
Instagram/Kaylee Gambadoro
Clint Frazier and Kaylee Gambadoro announced their engagement last summer.
Clint Frazier and Kaylee Gambadoro announced their engagement last summer.
Instagram/Kaylee Gambadoro

In June, however, the Cubs designated Frazier for a posting, with the 27-year-old accepting the move to the team’s Triple-A affiliate. There, he revealed he would be going by his middle name, Jackson, moving forward.

Gambadoro had fun with the name change on social media by summarizing her reaction in a meme.

“I’m logging onto Twitter trying to decide who I’m engaged to,” Gambadoro wrote alongside an animation of two Spider-Men pointing at each other, referring to one as “Clint.” and “Jackson” as the other.

Gambadoro supported Frazier’s new chapter with the Cubs throughout the season, including his first victory with the team in April.



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