MAFS bride secretly engaged to NRL star
Married At First Sight star Susie Bradley has confirmed she is engaged to NRL star Todd Carney.
Bradley shared the exciting news with her Instagram followers on Tuesday with behind-the-scenes video of the former rugby league bad boy being interviewed for TV.
After her ill-fated marriage with barista Billy Vincent on the hit Channel 9 show, Bradley was spotted out in public with Carney as early as March, 2019.
The on-again-off-again couple recently got back together at the end of 2019 and it appears the pair can't live without each other.
Bradley confirmed the swirling engagement rumours that have followed them in recent weeks when she referred to Carney as her "fiance" in an Instagram clip posted Tuesday.
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The 27-year-old captioned the video: "When your sexy fiance is filming for Channel Seven".
Carney was speaking after he helped launch SocialBase - an app that aims to stop damaging social media posts before they happen.
Carney, who now lives on Queensland's Gold Coast where he works as a concreter, says he's found peace in his life and wants athletes across the country to learn from his mistakes.
SocialBase was developed by his lifelong best mate Mitchell Micallef, and Carney has been in from the ground floor.
They are hoping to soon launch what they're describing as the "Todd Carney feature", which would require a club's social media manager to approve any post before it's posted to social media.
Carney shot into the NRL spotlight as a 17-year-old; however, his career was derailed by a series of off-field incidents that saw him sacked from Canberra and released by the Sydney Roosters before the infamous bubbler incident at Cronulla saw him ultimately exiled from the NRL.
The bubbler photo, which was taken inside the male toilets at the Northies club at Cronulla, was not put to social media by Carney, but he says players shouldn't let dumb posts cost them their livelihoods.
"Players might not mean to do it, sometimes you could be on the devil's drink at two in the morning and post something, but at least now you know someone's there to look over your post," Carney said.
"We're all adults here but you can do some silly things, so hopefully we can limit that."
Originally published as MAFS bride secretly engaged to NRL star