MAFS' Olivia and Jackson spotted looking at $100k engagement ring
They're one of the most controversial couples to ever appear on the show, but it seems as though MAFS' Olivia Frazer and Jackson Lonie may be set to get married in real life.
The couple was spotted shopping for diamond rings at House of K'Dor jewelers in Sydney's Double Bay on Friday last week.
The Daily Mail shared the snaps and report that Olivia was seen trying on a $100,000 ring at one stage.
The pair reportedly spent about 30 minutes inside the store with Jackson using his debit card to make a payment before they left. It's unsure what the pair purchased during the trip.
"We are both very in love and very happy," Olivia told the publication. "He has said 'I love you' many times," she added before confirming whether or not he'd proposed.
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The pair, who recently moved in together on the Central Coast earlier this year, shared with New Idea last week that they are already thinking about marriage and kids.
"Babies are definitely on the brain," Olivia said, adding that they would love to first do some travelling and get married legally before having children.
She also stated that before they could have babies they "have to survive the public backlash from the show".
Speaking of Jackson she added, "He’s the best human I know, so I know he’s going to be a very present, very fun dad one day."
'Didn't expect it'
It comes after Olivia spoke to The Wash about how she felt being voted the biggest villain of all nine seasons.
"Not good. I absolutely didn't expect it. Everybody hated Domenica [Calarco] whilst filming," she said.
The reality star was then pushed on how she felt watching the show back and whether she had any regrets, to which she surprisingly said, "Of course, absolutely. I regret opening my mouth 90 per cent of the time."
She added that she "absolutely" regrets sharing Dom's OnlyFans photo, saying, "I think it's important to know I wouldn't do it maliciously or anything like that – it's more that it was against our contracts [to be on OnlyFans and have open social media accounts].
"It wasn't just that picture, it was five different platforms [that Domenica had profiles on]."
Speaking about how it was wrong to share the image, she continued, "Of course, of course – it just felt so out of control at the time. It's like, 'That's not what I meant by doing that [sharing the picture]'."
She then shared a surprise revelation, "And that's 100 per cent not my character. I worked in sex shops throughout my entire 20s."
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