KEY POINTS

  • Aaron Rodgers did not attend his brother Jordan Rodgers' wedding to JoJo Fletcher in California on May 14, a report says
  • Aaron and Jordan reportedly have yet to reconcile or repair their relationship
  • The siblings have "been distant for a long time now," according to the report

Aaron Rodgers skipped his younger brother Jordan Rodgers' recent wedding to JoJo Fletcher amid a "family rift," according to a report.

The "Bachelorette" couple finally tied the knot earlier this month, six years after they got engaged on the ABC reality dating show.

However, an unnamed source told Us Weekly that the Green Bay Packers quarterback was not present during their nuptials as the brothers haven't "reconciled" or "repaired their relationship."

"There is still a family rift," the insider said. "It's a sad situation for the family and especially for Jordan who really does love his brother."

"Aaron missed out on his big day and that's something Jordan's never going to forget. Jordan invited his entire family, including Aaron, even knowing he most likely wouldn't attend since they've been distant for a long time now," the source continued.

Jordan and Fletcher tied the knot in front of close friends and family at the Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez, California, on May 14.

The sports announcer first hinted at his feud with his brother when he competed in Season 12 of "The Bachelorette" in 2016. When Fletcher arrived for their hometown date, the former Vanderbilt quarterback informed her that Aaron wouldn't be joining them.

"I miss my brother a lot," Jordan said on the show. “Especially in moments like these because my family means so much.”

"I have a great relationship with my brother Luke. Me and Aaron really don’t have much of a relationship," he continued.

Jordan suggested that their different priorities caused their rift but said that he has no hard feelings for the NFL star.

"It's just kind of the way he's chosen to do life and I've chosen to stay close with my family and my parents and my brother," Jordan said. "It's not ideal and I love him and I can’t imagine what it’s like to be in his shoes and have the pressure he has, the demands from people that he has. Don't have hard feelings against him, it's just how things go right now."

When asked about his remarks, Aaron told reporters that he wasn't watching "The Bachelorette."

"[It's] a little inappropriate [for Jordan] to talk publicly about some family matters, so I'm just … I'm not going to speak on those things," he said. "But I wish him well in the competition."

Earlier this year, an unnamed source told People that Aaron and Jordan have started talking again but that "there's still a division" between them.

"They're just very different people with different outlooks," the insider said. "But they're family and they know that." 

Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers on the field after the game against the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium on November 25, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo: Adam Bettcher/Getty Images)