"It’s going as well as it can be when you’re stuck on the other side of the world. At least we’ve got FaceTime, I suppose,” the reality TV stap spilled.
"The time difference isn’t too bad; there’s a good chunk of the day where we get to speak to each other. He’s got plans to come home. There are still flights available, so it’s all up in the air. Hopefully [we can hang out once he’s back]."
Earlier this month, Charlotte sadly revealed that she and former Married At First Sight star, Ryan are no longer on speaking terms after their short-lived romance.
"I don't think Ryan really likes us as a person anymore,” she told 10 Daily.
"I did try quite a lot to speak with him the last time I was in Australia but he kind of just, ignored us.”
Joe Hildebrand asked: "I thought you guys were still friends?"
"Well so did I," Charlotte said, "But it turns out that didn't happen."
In February it was a different story for the pair as Charlotte said they were "still friends".
"When me and Ryan came out of the jungle I made no secret that I had been in a very long relationship and I wasn't ready to jump into another one," the former Geordie Shore star told 10 Daily at the time.
"I still wasn't looking for something serious, he's at a stage in his life where he is -- so we came to a mutual decision that we'd just cool it off," the 29-year-old continued.
The reality TV veteran admitted that she wants to be single for a year and ‘fall in love with herself’ before hitting the big 3-0.
"I just need to have that time on my own where I'm not worried about anyone else. I want to be really selfish for one year," she explained.