Uh-oh. Anna Heinrich has broken one of the biggest rules ahead of her wedding.

While her big trip down the aisle may still be a while away, The Bachelor‘s Anna Heinrich has wasted no time in getting down to wedding dress business, posing on the cover of this month’s edition of Cosmo Bride. 

And holy Christmas, she looks bloody good.

Sharing a shot of the cover to Instagram on Monday, the 30-year-old wrote, “I’M A BRIDE…. well, almost! ;) To be asked to shoot the cover of @cosmobride was such an amazing honour. I’d never tried on a wedding dress before, so this was such a special moment for me.”


The lawyer continued, “If there are any bride-to-be’s out there, I hope you love it, and pick up a copy.”

One of the hashtags Heinrich included in the post was #timlookaway.

Within minutes of posting the cover, Heinrich’s fiance Tim Robards wrote a joking comment on the picture, saying, “Am I allowed to see this?? How am I going to be able to stand next to this!! Hehe I’m going to need a good tailor! Hawt diggity babe!”

Of course, it’s likely Heinrich will be wearing a different dress altogether on her big day. But this look is stunning, nonetheless.

Heinrich and Robards announced their engagement in May this year via Instagram posts after three and a half years of dating.

“LOVE made me do it! On the weekend… in a little dinghy… floating on a secluded river…I asked this amazing woman to marry me… she said YES!!! Woohoo!!” Robards, a Sydney-based chiropractor and fitness trainer wrote.

““Officially forever #ENGAGED” Heinrich wrote in her photo, showing off her stunning engagement ring believed to be worth upwards of $170,000.


The loved-up pair began dating in 2013 after meeting on the first ever season of the Australian spin-off on The Bachelor.

And while it may be against the rules for a groom to see his bride in her dress before the big day, we mere mortals are living for this Anna, so please, keep posting as much as you like.

Listen: According to Vogue, these are the do’s and don’ts of a stylish wedding in 2017.