It felt really good to get to hometowns, everything was going really well. Our connection was growing… I was super excited to take Nick to meet my family and go horse riding.
Yeah coming back into the mansion, I was confronted by Brit. It was the one of the toughest things that I'd experienced… It was just so horrible.
I was really flustered, I was very, very upset. It was a really tough situation and that question [asking if we were physical] put me on the spot. It was inappropriate.
We're best mates. Nothing could ever change that. I pretty much had a panic attack during that moment. I don't think you see that but I couldn't breathe, it was so hard.
I had a lot of support and there are psychologists. I think you see in the episode, I fell into my producer's arms. I was numb, I didn't know what to do. He was just holding me because I was just so overwhelmed but there were a lot of people to talk me through it.
I have no idea, I don't think so.
It's been a weird limbo sort of few months. You have to put a smile on your face and pretend everything is fine, I have people coming up to me all the time asking me if I've won or how Nick is.
My family just wants me to be happy. They honestly saw how happy I was with him, I don't think they'd ever seen me so happy. They were completely welcoming and already knew him.
They offered me to go to a hotel but I wanted to go straight home and see my puppy. The next day was a massive rugby tournament with my club in Manly so I went there and had all my friends around me so it was really, really good.
I was confused! First of all, I was so numb because of what just happened with Brit, I couldn't really comprehend what was going on. I couldn't find the words to question some things. He said we hit a ceiling but he didn't give me a real reason.
I don't know… He was always the one that got away in the real word and then I go there and we build on this connection, and then all of a sudden we "hit a ceiling." [Laughs.] Walking away, I finally got an answer – he doesn't want to be with me! It's good I got an answer but at the same time, I was heartbroken.
I did say straight up to him: "I'm only here for you and if you can't see yourself with me in the future, let me know now because my heart is on the line! Send me home now instead of stringing me along!" I did say that to him and he chose to keep me there. It did suck to go that far and think it was going good and then that happened.
Yeah, definitely. He has such a good heart and he always has the best intentions for everyone. I don't think he'd want to hurt anyone.
I thought about it, because we live in the same area I'm sure I'll bump into him. Because we have so much respect for each other, it will be fine. We will always remain friends.
I do respect the girls that made it through further than me and I respect his decision.
The first few weeks were really tough and I wasn't completely happy because it looked more one-sided than what it actually was. It was hard to watch but everything got better! There was a lot of support.
No. I haven't met anyone yet and like I said, I'm still waiting to find someone that makes me feel more than what Nick made me feel.
I'm really glad I get to explain this! My best friend put up an Instagram Story and she had a selfie camera, it zoomed over to me and I was holding a drink in my right hand. Because the camera was flipped, it looked like it was my wedding finger! It wasn't even a diamond ring but the lighting made it look like one.
Umm, I'm not sure but I think either Brit or Soph. Just because I know they got along really, really well with Nick and they're such genuine girls and they had a good connection so I think either one of them.
I don't know. I think there's a lot of media trying to create a story. I don't think that's the case.
We met at the start of last year in a bar and we ended up crossing paths at rugby events but I was actually dating someone else at the time. And then I was walking my dog along the beach in Manly and I ran up to him and said hey.
I was really, really nervous to find out who the Bachelor was, my fear was I wouldn't like them straight away or form a connection. I was stoked that it was him. It was so surreal but I was so happy to see him standing there.
The best thing was creating life-long best friends, Brittany and Sophie are two amazing girls and I'm friends with all the others.
No! I don't think so. There were some cringe-worthy moments but I don't have any regrets.
I'm just at uni studying accounting so I'm completing that. I'm just taking everything as it comes.
I really don't know, it's not like I want to be on reality TV. I went on The Bachelor to find someone and I'm still in that same boat. Who knows if that's the right way to go about it but I'm still looking for that person.