Farmer Wants A Wife: Episode Six

In the season finale, we find out which of our farmers has found a wife!

When the farmers left their properties to declare love to their chosen city girls, there were no surprises when 42-year-old Rob knocked on bubbly Jo’s door. After getting the tick of approval from Jo’s family, Rob is one farmer who has definitely found a wife. One month on, the pair are still well and truly in love.

After shy farmer Michael took the trip to Sydney’s Northern Beaches to see Simone, it was revealed she couldn’t see a long distance relationship working. One month on, the pair are just friends.

James knocked on flight attendant Toni’s door, stating the 35-year-old makes him feel alive. But one month on, it seems the spark between them hasn’t turned into a bonfire. An intensely private person, James isn’t giving too much away and the couple are friends – for now.

It seemed Steph was stealing wine grower Nick’s heart during the farmstay. But one month on, we discover it was Kristy who Nick chose to visit. Despite their eight year age gap, the couple are still going strong, and both see a happy future before them.

Howie’s search for love hit a dead end with both Karen and Kristy. Days after the girls left he asked country girl Bron on a date, and while their was an initial connection, Howie was unfortunately flying solo at the reunion.

It’s been a rollercoaster ride for spunky Ben, who ended up knocking on Sarah’s door, after his first choice Emma got cold feet. Ben had a bit of explaining to do, but one month on and this happy couple are right on track, with Ben confessing his love for Sarah for the first time!

Georgia Clark

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About Georgia

I'm a young adult novelist with a weakness for hot nerds and cheese platters, not necessarily in that order. I am currently working on my third novel. I'm pretty excited about having just turned 30 because it means I can justify spending a lot of time thinking about homewares.
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