Farmer Wants a Wife Emily talks ‘adventure’ after revealing ‘secret’ agreement ahead of finale

Farmer David and Emily celebrate the “incredible adventure” that led them to fall in love.

Months after the apple farmer confessed his love to teacher Emily, she expressed her “luck” at meeting not only David but others involved in her Farmer Wants a Wife journey.

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Looking back on filming the series, Emily shared some rare behind-the-scenes photos with David and fellow women Lorelei, Elle, Emma, ​​Leah and Alyssa.

“Just a few moments of the incredible adventure that was FWAW,” she began Tuesday night.

“I am so grateful to have had this experience with the most down to earth ladies and farm team.

Emily and David enjoy a date. Credit: Instagram

“I am very fortunate to have met myself on the road @farmerdavidau @farmeraustralia 💚.”

Photos showed the group exploring David’s farm, on set at the country ball and on dates.

Fans of Emily and the show took advantage of the comments to send their well wishes to the couple.

“This makes me so happy you really deserve to smile together forever ❤️,” said one.

“I’m so happy for you,” wrote another.

“I love this so much,” said a third.

Lorelei, Emily, Elle and Leah pose at David’s farm. Credit: Instagram

Emily’s message comes a day after David shared a post of his own.

“The official conclusion of an absolutely incredible experience,” he wrote in an Instagram post Monday night.

“Em and I are so grateful for all the messages of support we’ve received along the way and can’t wait to see what lies ahead.

“Other news: Bailey has settled in well and is beginning to get comfortable with billing,” he said of Emily’s pet.

Farmer David and Emily’s dog Bailey. Credit: Instagram

The photo David shared shows him sitting on the couch with Emily and Bailey.

Emily exclusively shared with 7Life that she has now moved from her home in Brisbane to David’s apple farm.

“I was a bit afraid that I really wanted to find my career and my life here,” she says of the move.

“I’m just used to my routine and knew that was going to change, but I was excited to get involved in the community here.

“I was really lucky that things happened pretty quickly, so nothing was really that difficult.”

Emily and David. Credit: Seven

Emily joked that while she adjusted well to the move, her beloved dog Bailey had “the hardest adjustment.”

“He was so naughty at first, but now he’s made his way into training,” she says.

“Everything just went great.”

David and Emily during the reunion. Credit: Seven

The special education teacher works full-time at a local elementary school, though not at the school featured in an early episode of Farmer.

“I also teach in the dance studio in the evenings,” she said.

“I also managed to find my two loved ones out here.

“I still dance and teach, so I’m extremely happy.”

David and Emily in the last episode. Credit: Seven

Regarding “moving on” after filming is complete, David said it was “important” for the couple before the revealing locals reached a secret “agreement” with them.

“Of course, that meant Emily had to be involved in the community in some way professionally,” he explained.

“But our local community has really embraced the process.”

Emily agreed that locals are good at keeping their relationship “a little quiet.”

Emily and David meet for the first time. Credit: Seven

“Everyone that we deal with or know that has obviously figured it out has been really good at it,” David continued.

“So it means Emily can feel relaxed about going back to work and things like that, which I think has made the whole transition smoother for both of us.”

David explained that Emily was interested in securing some jobs and advancing her career.

But now that the secret is out, they’re looking forward to “joining sports clubs and doing things like that.”

Emily added that she is “eager” to continue developing in the community.

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Dustin Huang

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