“You can say that you’ll be fine, but when you see it, it can be quite confronting. I’m such a good communicator and he’s a great communicator that we talk about it… It’s not normal life, but this is our life right now.
“I’m okay for him to get upset and he’s okay for me to get upset. We’ve got a really good understanding with that luckily, otherwise it could make this a whole lot harder.”
And while the pair have managed to see each other a little bit since the Ten show wrapped, they’re still navigating their relationship now that they are outside of the ‘Bachie bubble.”
“When you’re filming it’s just the Bachie world, you’re constantly with a producer, you can’t talk with them off camera unless someone’s around… You’re dating in front of cameramen and producers and all that, but it does become real because that’s all you know. You’re in the Bachie bubble,” Angie admits.
“So then once you’re out, that’s when it starts but still not really, because it’s once the show’s done you have a normal-ish relationship. It’s kind of navigating between filming, post-filming when you’re not together, you’re together but you’re not together, then starting your relationship properly once it’s all done.”