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MAFS star Sean Hollands finds love after splitting with TV ‘wife’ Susan Rawlings

The farmer revealed his new relationship on social media.

Earlier this year, a bunch of everyday Australians joined the reality TV series Married At First Sight in the hopes of finding true love.

One of the contestants was Queensland farmer Sean Hollands (above) on the series.

Sean and Susan had quite the fairytale romance on the show and the whole of Australia was hoping that this couple would last in the real world.

Unfortunately it wasn’t meant to be and the couple split in April as their hectic work schedules got in the way of their long-distance relationship.

But, it seems that Sean, 34, has found love again according to his recent post on Instagram.

Over the weekend the farmer posted a photo saying that he had “A lovely weekend away with a very special girl”, but he didn’t reveal her identity.

The photo showed Sean and his mystery woman holding hands on the beach at Couran Cove, a holiday destination located north of the Gold Coast.

It’s nice to see that Sean is happy with his new love, as his relationship with Susan ended quite publicly.

At the time of their breakup, Sean revealed in an interview with A Current Affair that both his and Susan’s demanding jobs got in the way.

"With our work rosters… It's only like every six weeks we get to catch up," he told ACA.

"Sometime she's on night shift and I'm on day shift, so it's very hard but we send each other a text and chat when we can."

Susan and Sean hit it off from the moment they met.
Susan and Sean hit it off from the moment they met.

At that same time, Susan claimed that Sean only went on the reality series in order to pocket the $200 spending money contestants received each day so he could go on a holiday.

“His kids were crying to him on Skype: ‘Please come home daddy, we don’t really know why you’re away for so long,'” Susan said.

"And I said, ‘No, you need to go, we’re just friends, you need to go’. 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,'" Susan continued.

But it wasn't meant to be for the lovebirds.
But it wasn't meant to be for the lovebirds.

But Sean has denied those claims.

"I went in there for the right reasons and that was to find love," the farmer insisted.

We hope that this time Sean is lucky in love!

Via TV Week