MAFS star Tamara Djordjevic has proved that while she seems glamorous now, the 29-year-old had her own awkward teen phase like everybody else.
While connecting with fans on Instagram, someone asked the reality TV star if she could share a photo of her first boyfriend.
Tamara shared a sweet snap of herself and her high school sweetheart at their debutante ball, revealing that the pair were together for seven years.
In the snap, the star has her hair styled in ringlets with a side fringe, while wearing a white dress and matching white gloves. Her boyfriend is holding her waist while the pair strike a pose for the camera.
“We were together from the ages of 12-19 haha (hope he doesn’t mind me sharing this),” she wrote.
Tamara continued to go down memory lane, as she shared a throwback photo of herself as a two-year-old. With cute bangs and a colourful scrunchie, the toddler looks adorable in her little polka dot outfit.
When one of her fans asked Tamara if she was dating MAFS' Mitch Eynaud, or if they were 'best friend goals', the star avoided the question.
"I don't know if you'd call it goals, he's more of a burden," she joked.
Tamara spills on joining OnlyFans
This comes after Tamara shared her thoughts on the adult subscription-based platform OnlyFans, and if she would ever join.
“I don't think OnlyFans is for me,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle.
“I think my dad would kill me, I think my brother would kill me. Like I said on the show, it’s not for me. I mean, never say never, but I don’t think I'll be going down that path.”
The 30-year-old went on to praise friend and fellow MAFS star Olivia Frazer for joining the platform and having so much success in such a short period of time.
"If that's what Liv wants to do, that’s up to her,” she said. “It seems like she's making a killing so if she's happy and confident in her body, you do what you need to do.
“The funny thing is, Liv never had an issue with OnlyFans. Anything that's said on TV gets blown up and it's like Chinese Whispers. Someone will say a statement and they'll be like, ‘This is what the person said’.
“But it's like, no, that's not what they said. What they said was they found a photo of someone. She never said, ‘I hate OnlyFans’.”
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