As she soaks up the sun in Greece with her partner Adam Rigby, Home And Away favourite Ada Nicodemou looks happier than ever – leading fans to speculate that an engagement could soon be on the cards.
The trip is particularly special as it's the first time Ada has taken her six-year-old son Johnas, from her relationship with ex-husband Chrys Xipolitas, on holiday with her new partner.
The three of them have been seen cuddling up for photos at the Acropolis during the day, while Ada and Adam enjoy some couple time in the evenings, at picturesque rooftop bars and eating out at romantic locations.
The actress has been showing off her enviable figure on the trip, sporting tiny shorts and low-cut tops that show off her toned body.
"You make such a good looking couple, the happiness shines through you both and your son...it's precious... hold on to it with both hands... enjoy!" one fan wrote on Ada's Instagram account.
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Ada started dating millionaire businessman Adam in 2016, a few months after splitting with her husband of nine years. She recently admitted Adam is The One. "I'm really happy at the moment, everything's really good in my life," she says.
It's not the first time engagement rumours have swirled around the pair. In January they went on a luxury holiday to the Maldives, and were pictured posing in front of a giant sign reading "Love" on the beach.
At the time a source told Woman's Day, "Everyone is expecting Ada to come home with a ring on her finger. They're inseparable."
The 42-year old deserves some happiness in her life. In 2014 she gave birth to a stillborn son, Harrison. She saw a therapist afterwards to help her to deal with the tragedy, and Chrys – who has a history of anxiety and depression – spent six weeks in a Sydney clinic to help him come to terms with losing their son.
Now Ada's personal life is going from strength to strength, it's surely only a matter of time before she can officially call herself Mrs Rigby.
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Australian Women's WeeklyJan 23, 2020