Married At First Sight's Bryce Ruthven and Melissa Rawson recently welcomed their twin boys Levi and Tate and now the couple may be looking to move their family overseas to the UK.
"I hear Bryce has been talking to casting producers and is waiting for the right career opportunity to move there. He is trying to keep his options open," the insider reportedly said, adding that Bryce had also recently renewed his passport.
Bryce told the publication his primary focus at the moment is simply getting his twins, who arrived into the world 10 weeks early, home healthy.
"Melissa and I would love to take Levi and Tate to the UK after April 18 to introduce the twins to family and friends that live over there," he said. "Who knows how long the visit to the UK could end up, might spend a bit more time over there than your usual Contiki tour."
Bryce recently took to social media to thank British fans of the show for their love and support, saying he and Melissa received the "complete opposite" reaction to Australian viewers.
He also cautioned social media users to "remember you're speaking to real people just like yourself and how it could affect people's mental health".
"We're certainly not condoning the behaviour of some people on the show. Just reminding you that everyone on the show is human too," he said.
As the final episodes of their season airs in the UK, Bryce took to his Instagram Stories this week to reveal why he and Melissa never went to the final dinner party.
"You know now we didn't go to the last dinner party (same day we called the police to try and get us out of there 'cause we were over the treatment we were getting - Google it)," he explained.
He added that he and Melissa had their "own dinner party" at a restaurant in Sydney and broke the "curfew" enforced by producers.
"Yep, you read correctly... curfew! Producers made everyone be in their apartment by 9pm on weeknights, 11pm on weekends," Bryce wrote. "Some of us even had it reduced to 7pm for two weeks because we went and had a few beers one night."
In the accompanying footage, Bryce said Melissa was worried about their curfew, telling her, "It's our last f***ing night, mate, no curfew."
"That's what our lives have been accustomed to under this strict regime," she responded.
Bryce has previously claimed that he called the police on production as he and Melissa were being held "against our will".
"Melissa and I requested on numerous occasions to remove ourselves from the show and they wouldn't allow it," he told New Zealand radio station The Edge's breakfast show with Meg Mansell, Dom Harvey and Clinton Randell.
"In any other walk of life, you resign or leave a job, you're allowed to - within a couple of weeks - but not on Married At First Sight, you can't."
However, a spokesperson for Channel Nine and Endemol Shine said at the time that Bryce's claims were "categorically not true".
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