Ning's post was inundated with positive comments from fans.
"You were the highlight of the season! They’ll come around, you just got better and better and more relatable as the show went on," one noted.
"Ulgh i actually loved you from the beginning," remarked another.
However even when she was faced with trolling comments, the former MAFS bride didn't hold back.
When one person commented: "Ning you were painful to watch .. that’s why he dumped you," Ning swiftly replied: "Well I’m not following you, you are following me? 🤷🏽♀️ Hope I’m entertaining enough."
Of course we in Australia know that Ning and Mark's relationship (like many MAFS pairings) didn't end up going the distance.
Ning admitted that she was "blindsided" by Mark's decision to end their relationship and later told Hit90.9 Sea FM's Heather, Dan & Ben that she would discourage anyone from applying for the show.
"I would just say run, just run, don't do it," she told the radio hosts.
"Why do it? Come to my place instead and I'll cook you a nice dinner and have a nice glass of wine."
When she was then asked why she wouldn't recommend the dating experiment, Ning explained: "You have to dig so deep in the experiment and who wants to be vulnerable? I can't do it, you've got to be a little bit guarded."
Despite her romance with Mark being unsuccessful, Ning has found love with her new boyfriend, Kane Micallef.
The couple met on Tinder and when the mum-of-three first introduced Kane to her followers, many were quick to share their own online dating love stories.
"Tinder gets a bad wrap but it’s the best site for meeting ppl a lot of trash and a lot of treasure too," one follower noted.
Mark meanwhile is dating The Block's Bianca Chatfield and the pair are living together in Melbourne.