And in a promo for season seven of the Nine show – which is set to start later this week – the Wollongong bride-to-be says: "I've got two-year-old twins and when they were six weeks old, my husband had a terrible accident ... He tripped and fell into his co-worker's vagina and he's still stuck there".
"Her ex-husband left her for another woman when the twins were just six weeks old," her bio reads. "To add insult to injury, they now live in the area and Poppy regularly runs into them while doing her groceries."
The bio continues: "Her number one priority are her sons, which has brought her to the experiment. She's not here to find just her soul mate, but a good and dependable man to be a role model to her boys."
Poppy’s revelation comes after a Nine producer was forced to deny rumours that filming was forced to a halt when a contestant was ordered to rehab over concerns for their mental health.
“No, that’s not right,” executive producer of MAFS, John Walsh told News.com.au . “We did postpone for a while. Dates change and things change in the schedule, but we’ve never stopped the show because of drama.
"In fact, if there’s drama, we’d want to keep filming.”