Michael, 30, then shared his own post explaining that he and Coco are working together on his Tru Fit fitness app and that the season eight bride is sharing her knowledge on all things Pilates.
"It’s the collab you never knew you needed!! Coco has officially joined the Tru Fit team! She will be taking live Pilates classes each week during the next 30 Day Challenge!" he exclaimed in his caption.
A reality TV fitness power duo if ever we saw one!
Ahead of the season eight premiere, Michael penned an open letter on Instagram to the 2021 cast, begging them to not "f*** it up like last season."
"We’ve all had a tough year, just let us watch the train wreck in peace. When you do your media appearances suck it up and don’t give away the storyline. Absolutely nobody wants to know how the season ends after the first episode."
The season six groom also advised this year's contestants to enjoy being recognised by fans, but to not let it "go to your head" but also noted that "the trolls will come."
"You can ignore them, expose them or clap back... pick your poison! But exposing has to be the most fun, especially when they’re dumb enough to do it from their real accounts.
"The saying 'they knew what they signed up for' will get thrown around by people to justify their negative comments about your looks, weight, hair, job or family. Take solace in the fact that one hundred percent of those people live boring, unhappy lives."
Whilst Coco's marriage to her TV groom Sam Carraro didn't end up going the distance, Michael and Martha are one of three couples matched on the show that are still together in real life.
The attraction was instant on their 2019 'wedding day' and fast forward to now, the couple are living together in Sydney - their fans waiting with baited breath for an engagement or baby announcement.
"Our foundations are similar and we have strong family values."