Purple Wiggle star Lachy reportedly met the mum-of-one on the set of the highly popular children's show in December 2018, just four months after he and Emma announced they had called time on their romance.
Late last month, Emma opened up about her divorce, telling WHO that separating from her husband of two years was the best decision she ever made!
"We are the best of friends and we were always meant to be," she told WHO online exclusively.
"We were close before we started dating and now we've come full circle! We have been through the whole process of being Wiggly dancers, then Wiggles in training and then finally Wiggles... I actually don't know if I could ever imagine The Wiggles tour without him."
For most, working with an ex-partner so soon after separating would be difficult, even at the best of times. But the affable entertainer says it's been an easy process— and, surprisingly, their divorce brought them closer together.
"Lachy is the only person I've experienced this whole Wiggles journey with the whole way through," she began. "At the time of our split, we were both learning a lot and both changing as adults. It's definitely bizarre and not a normal situation but because we are playing music, dancing with each other and always interacting, it's actually brought us closer together.
"We can work together and we are better than ever. We have done all of the highlights and lowlights and now we're here! We appreciate each other so much more"
When asked whether it's ever awkward, the professional dancer says they have no time to fret about the small things.
"We're so busy touring nine months of the year that we don't buy into any of that. We just get each other and we are so connected."
Emma declared she was in love with her new man Wiggles band member Oliver Brian last year.
Speaking to Stellar, she said: "Yes, I'm in love and I feel very excited to tell you ...
"He's very opposite to me. He's a very calm and thoughtful person and I've always been interested in his mind and his take on life, and his morals. He loves talking about the environment and food production. It's not very 'Wiggly', but it's been nice for me to talk about things not just concerning ourselves, but people everywhere around the world."