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Farmer Matt Goyder, 25, and model April Vaughan, 23, appear to have split. He chose her as his partner on The Farmer Wants A Wife final on Monday. But April did not show up at the show's VIP after party later that night.
Matt was spotted celebrating in Adelaide while April stayed in Queensland. Notably he was seen spending time with series sex anonymous meetings ventura county African women data runner-up Gabrielle. Last week, April appeared to hint at a break-up on her Instagram account. Published: 04:10 GMT, Updated: 08:13 GMT, 69 shares 8 View comments.
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Revealingly, April later posted a reply to a comment from a follower that 'it's better to walk away from people, then let them walk all over you').
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Scroll down for video Tough call: On Monday night's episode of The Farmer Wants A Wife, farmer Matt struggled when choosing which contestant to eliminate. From the moment he arrived in the barn to address the three ladies, Matt's shaky voice hinted he was nervous.
In the past few days, rumours have circulated that farmer Matt Goyder, from Western Australia, has split with ex-Zoo Weekly model April Vaughan. Scroll down for video Still an item? Cattle station farmer Matt Goyder (left) admitted he was 'in love' with model April Vaughan (right) on The.
Furthermore, she did not appear to be in attendance at The Farmer Wants A Wife after party in Adelaide on Monday, if Matt's Snapchat updates from the event are anything to go by. And according to April's Instagram account, it would seem she was instead indulging in.
But it is known that Ms Purcell bonds with Julz over their shared love for recreational shooting. She told the Bendigo Advertiser last week she was a long time fan of the show and her family encouraged her to compete.
She is an army reservist who owns a public relations company and a new homewares store in the town of Maldon, south-west of Bendigo. A former adviser to Bendigo-based Nationals senator Bridget McKenzie, Ms Purcell is also active in the local community, serving on a number.
Published: 11:30 GMT, 22 February 2016 Updated: 12:38 GMT, 22 February 2016 1 View comments. Monday night saw the second elimination on The Farmer Wants A Wife but it wasn't any easier for the boys the second time round.
I couldnt win an argument, John said. This is the seventh series of the reality show which places six farmers face-to-face with 36 eager, potential wives. During the past six series, the show has resulted in five marriages, three babies and one on the way.
But she's now also a candidate for federal parliament: The 31-year-old has just been pre-selected to run for the Liberals in the Victorian seat of Bendigo at the next election. Liberal candidate and reality show contestant Megan Purcell. Photo: