Now To Love: Guys! Congratulations on a successful Bachelor stint. How are you feeling after watching the finale go to air?
Mary: It's a bit weird actually, now we can actually go out in public together!
You gave the whole 'keep it under wraps' thing a good go, but there were a couple of spoilers and clues that suggested you two were still together - how did you deal with that?
Conor: [Laughs], it's been really hard to keep Mary low key because shes such a vibrant personality, but we've done our best to keep it quiet.
And how is life in Tassie treating you?
Conor: Mary and Chanel and I are all holed up now, but we're looking for a bigger house.
Mary: We'd love to get a bigger space with a backyard that's not too far from school [for Chanel] either.
Mary: Well, it was mainly Coronavirus that made me move over. I was living in a small country town but I love being around the city and Tasmania is good because you get the city vibe but at the same time you get that small town vibe.
And how does Conor get along with Chanel? He looks like a total natural in the photos!
Mary: Oh he is a natural [laughs].
Conor: I think it's great, Mary thinks I'm a big kid anyway, like I love watching Disney movies and it's just nice to come home from work and have a warm environment.
Conor: I think I've always wanted a big family, so we're both keen on the idea. We'll have to see what happens down the track!
Which Bachelor in Paradise cast members are you still in touch with?
Mary: I'm still talking to Renee and Cass and Jess and lots of others - Kiki and Alisha. We'll always keep in touch.
Mary: We are very different couples - I was always a settled down kind of girl - like I'm already on the next step, and bit of a mum. I'm more in that kind of life stage.
What about those wild rumours that Glenn and Alisha, er, got with other people immediately after filming Paradise?
Conor: I didn't believe that when I first heard about it, and I don't know what actually happened.
Mary: Yes, I feel like I had some backlash too - but when you're on an island, it's just such an extreme situation. Like all of a sudden all these cameras and lots of people and different personalities are in front of you. I don't drink but a lot of alcohol is also there.