Tattoo-covered Ciarran Stott is perhaps Bachelor In Paradise's most in-demand bachelor ever!
After sensationally walking from the last instalment of The Bachelorette, much to Angie Kent's disappointment, the lovable larrikin had just about every unlucky suitress in Fiji lusting over him last week.
But Woman's Day can exclusively reveal he might have some serious explaining to do with his hopeful flames, including Cassandra Mamone, after shocking photos have surfaced of him proposing to his ex-girlfriend Renee Barrett – just last year!
While both of the exes previously competed for love on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette in 2019, the duo previously dated in 2018.
Despite calling time on their romance, after Ciarran cheated, it seems things got very serious!
The pair are said to have enjoyed a romantic holiday in Bali just months before Bachelor In Paradise was filmed.
Onlookers reveal the funnyman, 26, got down on bended knee for the brunette beauty who appeared elated by the proposal.
Rumours are now swirling that Renee has actually ended up with Glenn Smith, with the pair supposedly meeting and falling for each other on the show.
Unearthed Instagram comments posted just five weeks ago show Renee and Glenn lamenting over the fact they are separated due to Australia's state border closures - Glenn is based in Perth, while Renee is in the Norther Territory.
On June 11, Renee commented on a photo Glenn uploaded of his identical twin brother Neil, with the caption: "Love love love 😘😘"
Glenn then replied to Renee's comment: "@reneejbarrett counting down the days until the borders open 😉", to which Renee responded, "@glennsmith87 shouldn't be long now 😉".
You can see the screenshot of their interaction below.
The drama continues!
WATCH BELOW: Renee reacts to Cassandra Mamone flirting with Ciarran on Bachelor in Paradise. Story continues after video.
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