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Chris Newsome and Kim Tierney met on the show and were the first couple to marry, with their wedding being filmed for season two.
The couple now have a son and daughter together. The married couple have three kids - two girls and a boy.
Season 3 Damian Atkins and Rachael Peynenborg Inseason three's Damian Atkins and Rachael Peynenborg hit it off immediately and have been going strong ever since. A fairytale ending ensued after meeting on the show and they're now married with three. The Brisbane girl and sheep and crop farmer met up every other weekend and Scott proposed to Clare nine months later. Nowadays, the married couple live at their Mungindi property and have two children.
As for the children, Clare says Elsie is aware of how her mum and dad met. Lithgow cattle farmer Brad Crane admits he only went on the show for a bit of fun — and couldn't believe he ended up meeting his now wife Stacie Marmion!
Brad proposed to Stacie after six months of dating. The married couple now have three gorgeous girls — Darcie, six, Bobbie, four, and Frankie, two. She said yes and they now have three kids together! From that moment on, sparks flew between the pair, who ended up becoming a love match on the show. Fast forward two years on Valentine's Day, when grazier Frank proposed on his Hughenden property, and the pair are now married with one child, four-year-old Oliver.
Just three months after the show ended, Jodie made the decision to relocate to Sam's WA property and he proposed over the Christmas break. The couple married at the beginning of and welcomed baby River in Australian Women's Weekly. It was the feel-good show that helped isolated Aussie farmers find a wife. Hosted by Natalie Gruzlewski, the show ran on and off for nine seasons between and and boasts some of the best success stories known to local reality TV!
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Inwe finally got the reboot we'd all been waiting for - Channel seven revived the show with five hopeful farmers looking for love. The season wasn't um, quite as successful as we'd hoped in the love department, but it sure did make some good television.
And as we approach 's brand new seasonthere's a sense of promise in the air with a batch of ladies who could be the perfect match for the new Farmer Five. But all this new Farmer goss has us wondering: Where exactly did all the old farmers and city girls end up?
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