The Bachelor Australia

Meet the woman who literally left new Bachelor Locky speechless during their first meeting

Just a couple of small requests here.

With 22 women going into The Bachelor mansion to compete for Locky Gilbert's heart, there's little time to waste trying to see if you're compatible.
So, when Laura Calleri wandered in to meet Locky for the first time, she was quick to ask the important questions.
That being, if he could provide the luxurious goods and stylish accessories, she's accustomed to.
You've got to love a girl who knows what she wants and isn't afraid to lay it on the table.
As we meet the 24-year-old from Western Australia we're provided an insight into her life.
"I quite enjoy the Louis Vuitton handbag, nice Chanel earrings, Porsche Cayenne Turbo," she says as gets out of the limousine in a dazzling dress.
Laura has high hopes when it comes to her perfect match. (Network Ten)
And upon her arrival, Laura makes her expectations very clear to Locky, who looks a little dumbfounded.
"When we're together how much will you spend on my birthday present?" she asks almost immediately.
Trying to get gauge on Laura's expectations, Locky responds: "What's the craziest gift you've been given?"
The answer is no simple feat: "A Louis Vuitton purse."
Will Laura win over Locky? (Instagram)
Luckily the adventurer has a great sense of humour and promises he can buy Laura a "Louis Vuiccon" bag from Bali.
Laura, a self-described "snob", is a RAC marketing coordinator from Perth, Locky's hometown, proving they have at least one thing in common.
Can Locky and Laura find something to connect over other than Louis Vuitton bags? (Network Ten)
According to Perth Now, Laura describes her worst date as a dinner at one of Perth's most luxe restaurants – Nobu.
"He was two hours late to picking me up, and when we got to the restaurant, he hadn't booked," she said.
Handbags and designer earrings are just a few of the finer things in life Laura enjoys. (Network Ten)
Only time will tell if there's a spark between Locky and Laura, what we do know is the Bachelor is ready to settle down.
"I've done a lot of crazy things in my life," Locky admits in one of the trailers.
"Jumping off mountains, jumping from buildings, scuba diving through a shipwreck, but being the Bachelor - it's the craziest thing I've ever done."
Despite the overwhelming whirlwind that is The Bachelor, Locky confesses he's also keen to pop the question.
"I'd love to get down on one knee at the end," he says in the teaser.
This article originally appeared on our sister site, WHO.

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