All the signs on this season ofThe Bachelorettewith Elly and Becky Miles point to Frazer Neate winning the younger sister's heart come finale time.
WATCH: Bachelorette stars Frazer and Elly meet for the first time.
There's been editing details and sneaky screenshots to support the theory, not to mention the betting odds.
With fans all but convinced the shy concreter from Brisbaneleaves the show with Elly, there's one burning question everyone wants the answer to: Are they still together?
The chemistry between Elly and Frazer is electric.
Rumours have already been swirling that the couple has split since filming but a recently discovered series of messages by The Wash, between Frazer and a woman who is not Elly, could confirm it.
The photograph in question was taken by the woman's friend, named Libby, and shared on Instagram, captioning: "When ya friend talks to the guy on Bachelorette".
It shows the woman's phone and a series of messages with an account that appears to be Frazer Neate's with the official blue tick and same handle name.
Innocent conversation or something more?
While the messages aren't much more than polite chit-chat, the caption by Libby hints otherwise, and fans are convinced it's a sign of an inevitable split between Frazer and Elly.
That is, if he does in fact win Elly's heart in the finale.
The 28-year-old immediately caught Elly's attention when he entered the mansion on night one of the show.
Speaking to the camera, Elly giggled: "Frazer... he is gorgeous! Physically, hello Christmas!"
Frazer has been a front-runner since day one.
Frazer's rugged good looks and charming nervousness wasn't all that caught fans attention however, there were many subtle editing clues that point to him becoming a frontrunner.
The "wifey/hubby edit" has been a long-running theory surrounding contestants' entrances on the first night, and if any of Becky and Elly's potential matches received the edit, it was Frazer.
Fans noted the swirling, romantic music in the background as Frazer entered the mansion, as well as how much time his entrance received on-screen – just enough to make him memorable but not too much that he's an obvious big name.
This article originally appeared on our sister site Now To Love.