Still going strong! Bachelor in Paradise couple Conor Canning and Mary Viturino cuddle up in work attire in Tasmania… months after falling in love on the now-cancelled show
They’re one of the only surviving couples from the latest season of Bachelor In Paradise.
But Conor Canning and Mary Viturino proved they’re still going strong on Thursday, as they shared a loved-up photo in Hobart, Tasmania.
In the photo, Mary, 32, and property developer Connor, 30, looked sleek and stylish in their work attire as they posed up a storm for a photo in the city’s CBD.
Still loved-up! But Conor Canning (left) and Mary Viturino (right) proved they’re still going strong on Thursday, as they shared a loved-up snap in Hobart, Tasmania
‘Enjoying a beautiful day with my amazing @maryviturino18 aka the Queen of Hobart,’ Conor wrote alongside the sweet shot. ‘Who thinks she should appear in my next property video?’
In the picture, Conor was seen wearing a very smart grey suit and lavender shirt.
His doting other half looked equally as suave in a chiffon polka dot blouse, which she tucked into a smart pair of black trousers.
The pair have gone from strength to strength since leaving the drama-filled show earlier in the year, with Mary moving to Hobart with her six-year-old daughter, Chanel, to be closer to Conor.
Family: Mary and Chanel recently relocated from Melbourne to Hobart to move in with Conor
In August, Connor told The Mercury the couple are ‘loving life’ in the Tasmanian city.
‘[Bachelor in Paradise] was incredible. I had a rollercoaster of a time and ended up meeting Mary, so I couldn’t ask for more,’ he said.
‘Mary and her daughter Chanel are settled in Hobart now and loving life. It has been touching to see how invested so many people were with the relationship.’
Of course, the latest season was filled with plenty of drama from returning exes to spilled secrets, but Conor managed to avoid it all.
‘[Bachelor in Paradise] was incredible. I had a rollercoaster of a time and ended up meeting Mary, so I couldn’t ask for more,’ Conor said of the experience
‘I found it very easy to avoid the drama on the show, he added. ‘I was there for a genuine reason and I’m so glad I ended up falling in love.’
And things appear to be moving fast for the couple, who revealed last months that they plan on having a big family.
Mary told Matthew ‘Matty J’ Johnson on The Babble podcast that Conor wants five children.
Conor explained: ‘Yeah, it’s crazy and I know I’m thirty, so I need to get moving, but I’ve always said I’ve wanted to have a big family.’
It was confirmed on Thursday by Channel 10 that Bachelor In Paradise would not be returning for 2021, due to poor ratings – with the possibility of returning in 2022.
No more: It was confirmed on Thursday by Channel 10 that Bachelor In Paradise would not be returning for 2021, due to poor ratings – with the possibility of returning in 2022