Bachelor In Paradise Australia couple Samuel Cochrane and Tara Pavlovic left fans reeling this morning after unfollowing each other on Instagram.
The reality TV couple got engaged on the finale episode of the Channel Ten dating show, and have been loved-up ever since.
But, in the last few days fans of the two noticed that Tara, 28, and Sam, 31, were no longer following each other on social media.
On the bubbly brunette's latest Instagram, fans pleaded for answers.
'I think they’ve broken up - they've unfollowed each other on Instagram,' one commenter wrote.
Other comments included, 'Wait WHAT?', 'My world has literally just fallen apart' and 'Please tell me it's not true'.
It appears however, after fans pleaded the couple for answers, they re-followed each other on social media.
Since news broke this morning of the couple's split, the two have taken to social media to respond.
Sharing to her Instagram stories, Tara wrote: 'Woke up this morning to reports Sam and I are over,' along with a photo of the two in bed.
'But I woke up next to him...weird,' the Gold Coast local added, finishing, 'Don't worry peeps, stop stressing, we're all G.'
The reality TV lovebirds met on the set of Bachelor In Paradise, and formed an unlikely bond.
The couple became engaged last December when the reality series was filmed.
The 34-year-old voice artists told Sydney Confidential at the time that he and Tara are already planning their special day.
'We've started planning the wedding,' he told the publication. But, Sam added the pair are also excited to no longer hide their love for one another.
'For now, I am looking forward to walking around Woollies together,' he joked.
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This article originally appeared on New Idea.