MAFS' Dan Hunjas and Sandy Jawanda appeared to be a successful match when season ten of the show first began airing this year. However, things have quickly gone downhill for the couple, with the groom constantly leaving his bride on her own for up to six hours at a time while he goes to the gym and for runs around Sydney.
Now, photos obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle show where Dan was spending so much of his time.
As well as heading to the gym and for runs around the CBD, Gold Coast-based Dan would often head over to Bondi to see friends.
In November, the groom was photographed enjoying a beach day with one female friend and appeared to not have a care in the world – especially about his wife who was at their apartment waiting for him.
Dan and his friend walked along the beachfront before heading onto the sand to soak up the sun.
It comes after an insider tells us that Dan was "perplexed" when he found out Sandy doesn't like the beach and is "allergic to the ocean", leaving him to "re-asses" their relationship.
"Dan went onto MAFS hoping to find a wife he could move into his penthouse on the Gold Coast and they can live the ultimate beachy lifestyle together," the source revealed.
"He's semi-retired after experiencing a lot of success early on in his life and spends every day at the beach and then getting a juice and walking around Broadbeach. When Sandy said she's no fan of the beach and can't swim in the ocean, he genuinely thought there was no way past this."
Instead, Dan then spent his days during production going to the gym alone and then heading to Bondi, only returning to Sandy when they had scenes to film.
Dan spoils show's ending
It comes after insiders told us earlier this month that Nine is "furious" that Dan ruined his entire storyline by being spotted kissing Samantha Louise Symes, who was a guest at his wedding to Sandy.
"Dan had some very angry phone calls from production and publicists and he was made an example of to other cast members," the insider says.
"They’ve all been reminded about the contracts they signed and how they have to play the part until their relationships ends on screen."
Our source adds that the cast are "over it", as the contestants don’t want to "keep their lives on hold".
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