The “Farmer Looking for a Wife” couple announces their engagement: “What a fairy tale”

“Farmer Looking for a Wife” stars David and Emily have announced their engagement.

Wedding bells are ringing for the “Farmer Looking for a Wife” couple – just a few months after the last episode was broadcast.

“Incredibly proud to announce that this farmer has found his wife,” the two said in a joint Instagram post on Monday.

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The photo showed Emily wrapping her arms around her now-fiancé and showing off her engagement ring.

David chose Mudgee’s Evamor Valley to propose to Emily, the location of their first 24-hour solo date on the Channel 7 show.

The farmer said he chose Evamor Valley because it was the first place he truly fell in love with his bride-to-be in Season 13 of the popular series.

Farmer David and Emily are engaged. Credit: Stephanie Halpin Photography

“There was a moment at Evamor when we were drinking a glass of wine as the sun went down and I just knew that was something special,” he said.

“That’s why it was really important to me that my proposal to Em had to take place in Evamor Valley – it’s just a very special part of our trip.”

Emily said the proposal came as a complete surprise and she was absolutely thrilled.

“It was just a surreal moment – ​​David kept the secret very well. I had absolutely no idea!”

“Just returning to Evamor Valley was so incredible – it brought back so many memories of our solo date and those early feelings between us. Evamor will always be such an important place for us – it is a place that is very close to our hearts.”

David proposed on the stunning Evamor Valley boardwalk where the couple had their date. Credit: Stephanie Halpin Photography

Commenters included former Farmer Wants a Wife contestants, including Rachel Boothman, who said: “Congratulations, that’s so lovely.”

“Incredible!!!!! I love you,” said Sophie Holcombe, who split from Farmer Brenton months after the reunion episode aired in May.

“OH MY GOSHHHHHH CONGRATULATIONS ❤️❤️❤️,” one commenter said.

“Oh my God, congratulations. I loved every second of watching your love story unfold!!!” another said.

“Nowwww, congratulations guys. Blessings for your love 💛✨,” one user added.

Farmer David and Emily during the final episode of Farmer Wants a Wife. Credit: Seven

“I’m still crying!!!! I’m so incredibly happy for you 🥰😭❤️❤️,” one comment said.

While another added: “Wow, what a fairytale.”

After filming Farmer Wants A Wife wrapped in December 2022, Emily moved from Brisbane to Pozieres, Queensland and the couple began their life together.

“I was a little bit scared that I really wanted to find my career and my life here,” Emily told 7Life about the move in May.

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

Farmer David and Emily in Noosa. Credit: Instagram

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

“Everything just went great.”

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

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

“I also managed to find my two loves out here.

“I’m still dancing and teaching, so I’m extremely happy.”

Farmer David and Emily. Credit: Seven

In May, David said that a show like Farmer Wants a Wife “always accelerates the idea of ​​where things could go.”

“We’re really happy at the moment and have really found our rhythm here on the farm,” he said at the time.

“So no major announcements yet.

“We’re just enjoying the start of something really special.

“I don’t think we ever expected to start something so amazing with a show that, you know, seems so far away at the beginning.”

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Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: dustinhuang@24ssports.com.

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