MAFS star Jack Millar recently went public with his new girlfriend, former Love Island star Courtney Stubbs, after the pair went away for a romantic skiing weekend in Perisher.
Posting snaps of each other on Instagram, fans shared their support for Jack and Courtney, with many calling them a "cute" couple.
It comes after Jack and his TV 'wife' Domenica Calarco confirmed their split in April when the MAFS reunion aired.
And on the weekend, Dom shared her thoughts on Jack's new girlfriend after one of her followers asked, "How do you feel about Jack and Courtney? Be honest," during an Instagram Q&A.
The reality star responded, "I'm so happy he is happy," with 10 love heart emojis.
Jack has now revealed his sweet gesture to Dom, telling The Wash that he had told his ex about his new relationship before he shared any photos of himself with Courtney online.
"She’s fully aware and super supportive," he added.
Courtney also spoke to the publication and revealed how the pair met, saying: "It’s early days and we’ve just started seeing each other. We met at an event."
Many of Jack's followers shared their support for him on Instagram, with one user writing, "Glad to see you happy!"
"I'm happy for you @_courtneystubbs is a beautiful girl," another said.
"Have Fun! Y'all are cute together!!" a third wrote.
Dom also commented on the post, writing, "This is such a vibe!"
On Courtney's Instagram account, the support continued, with one user commenting, "You two are SUPER cute."
"This makes me smile lots," a second added.
"This pairing is the ACTUAL dream I am CRYING," a third said.
While Jack may be coupled up, Dom has been extremely busy since MAFS ended.
The reality star has worked on a collaboration with Showpo, she also has her new podcast Sit With Us which she hosts alongside fellow MAFS star Ella Ding, and she recently relaunched her OnlyFans account.
Speaking with Yahoo Lifestyle about the account, Dom said she is using it as a chance to "take back power".
"After being shamed for OnlyFans on the show and everything I went through, this is my chance to take back power and make light of the experience," she explained, adding the account will be "PG" and provide insight into her light "without the confinements of Instagram which is highly monitored".
"OnlyFans does get a bad rap here in Australia," she said. "People automatically think of it as being an adults-only platform, which it isn't at all. I'm working very closely with OnlyFans to create an entertaining, engaging space for all those who follow me but want a more one-on-one communication.
"There will be behind-the-scenes content too so it’s for the gals as well! Makeup content, vlogs, live chats etc."
Never miss a thing. Sign up to Yahoo Lifestyle’s daily newsletter.
Or if you have a story idea, email us at email@example.com.