While we've been watching Cass Wood and Richie Strahan's relationship develop on Bachelor In Paradise, and then dramatically end, the Northern Beaches local has finally admitted to finding love post-show - and it's not with the former Bachelor.
The 23-year-old reality star is dating Warringah Rugby club player Tyson Davis, and if his Instagram is anything to go by the couple are seriously happy.
Following Sunday night's episode, Cass took to Instagram to confirm her new romance.
"But the beginning of the rest of my life," she began. "Ok... Yes it may seem like Bachelor in Paradise was a little like De Ja Vu for me, but the intensity of both those experiences and any pain I felt is all worth it since having this guy walk back into my life at the most perfect time. And yes I say “back” into my life, as we met back in 2017 😱"
"I can gladly say I’m the happiest I’ve ever been. And I’m so grateful for all of you for being so supportive and protective of me. My heart is so full.
And Oi guys guess what... the ”dream journal” was right, I wanted to meet my soul mate when I was 23... and guess what I met him at 23."
Tyson also kept nothing under wraps with his public Instagram account; sharing snaps of the pair attending Carols on Dec 22 hanging out with friends in Newport and even some loved up posts on Christmas day.
We can't help but feel chuffed that Cass has found a hunky new beau considering the way things ended with The Bachelor's Nick Cummins.
Following her elimination from the franchise last September, Cass told The Daily Telegraph that she'd had been "heartbroken" after becoming smitten with Nick.
"I finally felt like I'd found someone that I would be with in the future," she said at the time.
"It was all working out and he turned around in the rose ceremony and didn't give me a rose. It really sucks... He will always be the one that got away."
Meanwhile, Richie is currently exploring his relationship with American intruder Carolyn.
WATCH: 'Bachelor In Paradise's' Richie Strahan Reveals His Most Embarrassing Moment.