They say ever-lasting love is written in the stars. Honestly, I’ve had my doubts over the years but I’ve woken up to this fine Thursday morning with what I would call a strong signal that it is in fact, partly true.
Meet 2019’s newest Bachelor, Matt Agnew. He is a 31 year old astrophysicist from Melbourne. What is an astrophysicist you ask? Google says it’s someone who specialises in a branch of astronomy by employing the principles of chemistry and physics. I’m finding it too early in the day to be pondering what this means but what REALLY MATTERS HERE is that this year’s bachie has brains.
Matt Agnew is a clued up, space loving, soon-to-be astronaut. Wow, I’m just so very impressed right now. Mum, this is NOT A DRILL. I’ve found future hubby.
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I’m still pinching myself that this is happening. It may be an unorthodox way to meet someone, but I can’t wait and it’ll make for a cracking ‘how we met’ story! @thebachelorau #TheBachelorAU
The Bachelor Australia say that when Matt isn’t learning about space, he’s playing AFL, dabbling in yoga (oh gosh, what a man) and can be seen cookin’ up a thing or two in the kitchen. Can ‘ya stop Matt, please, where have you been all our lives?
Matt told The Bachelor Australia he’s psyched for what’s in store for him.
“It may be an unorthodox way to meet someone, but I think it’ll be a sensational experience and make for a cracking ‘how we met’ story!”
“Seeing my mates finding their partners, tying the knot and buzzing with laughter and love together, I realise I want that!”
Ladies, this year’s bachie is ‘gonna be one hell of a season. You can all go ahead and rule out any Thursday evening activities because Thursday is bachie night and Matt needs our time/love/attention.
Image Source: TenPlay.com.au, @MrMattAgnew Instagram.