She's only been back with her ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos for a hot second but Married At First Sight star Tracey Jewel says they're already talking marriage.
Just two weeks after breaking up with her second MAFS partner Sean Thomsen, the self-help author has told Sydney Confidential Patrick is the real deal.
"I am ready for a serious relationship, I am ready for marriage," the reality star explained to the publication.
"I am 35, I know what I want. Sean and Dean [from Married At First Sight] weren't right because we were on different pages," the MAFS star added.
"I don't want to apologise for wanting a serious long-term relationship. Patrick is a little bit older than me and he is on the same page as I am so there is no reason why it can't work."
As Woman's Day previously reported last month, the unlucky-in-love Perth-based beauty rekindled her relationship with WA's former honorary consul for France the very same week she broke things off with Sean.
Over the weekend, Tracey took to Instagram to confirm she was giving her romance with the 45-year-old another go.
And in a rather fitting setting for a self-help guru, the pair got back together during superstar life coach Tony Robins' conference in Cairns.
"We went through the six days of Tony Robbins together and the timing is just right," Tracey said to The Telegraph.
"The timing, it was never about love for each other, it was always the timing was wrong — and the timing is right now."
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The pair want to move into together soon, however they both need to work around their children.
"He's got two kids and I've got a daughter so there is a lot to consider," Tracey, who has an eight-year-old daughter Grace with an ex-partner, said.
Meanwhile, Tracey's ex Sean recently spoke about his split from Tracey.
"I'm free and there are no dramas in my life anymore," he chirps, like a man holding a get-out-of-jail-free card," he said.
"I can get fit, move to Melbourne and wake up each day knowing I'm not going to have an argument."
"If I think back, there were probably warning signs when the reunion episode went to air," admits Sean, 35, a fly-in fly-out worker from Perth."