Back on the market already? Tasmanian farmer Nick Onassis pictured was spotted on dating app Bumble the same week his search for love began airing on Farmer Wants a Wife. But it seems the wine aficionado doesn't end up with any of his remaining ladies. Is it for real? A Bumble dating profile with Nick's name and photo has been circulating online, and Woman's Day claims a Tinder account has also been discovered. It's unclear if the profiles are genuine or simply 'sock puppet' accounts set up by someone pretending to be the farmer.
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Published: am, July 25, Updated: am, July 25, Farmer Wants A Wife Australia has resulted in nine marriages and 19 babies. Farmer Wants a Hopeful Wife Sarah Gale echoed a similar sentiment, telling the Daily Telegraph last week that the rural dating show is a real place to find love. Since Farmer Wants A Wife debuted in the UK in , the series has gone on to have over 25 other international releases.