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In November 2016, the pair welcomed their first child, daughter Harper-Rose.
The pair are still waiting to be legally married, however.
Erin Bateman and Bryce Mohr - season two They were the only couple from the second season to keep saying "We do" after the cameras stopped rolling.
But even they couldn't handle the pressure that comes when you're carrying the hopes of a nation.
Mark, meanwhile is expecting a baby with his new partner, Marie Angeleski.
Alene Khatcherian and Simon Mc Quillan - season four Another slow-buring love story that fizzled out because of the distance between the two.
"I am looking forward to a spectacular proposal and I've sussed out a few venues," Zoe told The Daily Telegraph.
"When the time is right, yes, we will definitely have a big wedding."Christie Jordee and Mark Hughes, season two The city slicker and the farmer were far from an obvious match made in heaven, but when they decided to stay together after the show, it was the perfect happy-ending.
Despite a few rocky moments at the group dinner parties, when "naughty Nick" came out to play, the couple seemed to really connect and made a real go of things in the real world.
Susan Rawlings and Sean Hollands - season four Another couple audiences were really rooting for, another couple who packed it in just as cameras stopped rolling.
For Queensland farmer Sean and truck driver Susan, it was essentially love at first sight when they met on their wedding day.
And he's like, 'Nah, I need the money, I'm going to New Zealand in April on my first overseas trip ever.
I need some spending money'." Now it seems Sean, who denied Susan's claims, has found love again after posting a photo to Instagram saying he had "a lovely weekend away with a very special girl".
However, just weeks after telling an Australian news show they were talking about kids and the future, they announced their separation."It was a difficult decision but we have decided to part ways.