Last month, speculation the couple— who met on The Bachelor— had called time on their five-year romance reached fever pitch when they were spotted without their wedding rings. Anna later cleared the air, confirming they're "totally fine".
Appearing on Channel Seven's The Morning Show, the criminal lawyer was quizzed about the state of her relationship with the Bachelor star, reassuring fans the spark is still alive and they're going strong.
"When you're confident in your relationship, it doesn't matter what people say," said Anna, who recently starred alongside shock jock, Kyle Sandilands in his pilot series, Trial By Kyle.
"Tim and I, we're just better than ever."
Anna also discussed the drama that came with their somewhat awkward appearances at the Melbourne Cup, revealing she and Tim— who tied the knot in Italy last year— attended the big day with separate brands meaning they were unable to spend time together.
"And I was at the races there, And I had to work. So, I probably didn't see him majority of the time. But we're definitely still together," she dished. "To me it doesn't really bother me. I'm happy with myself. I'm happy with our relationship. So they can write what they want. But it's rubbish really.
Rumours they'd called time on their romance stemmed from Kyle Sandilands' shock comment on The Project, in which he said their "marriage will never be right".
"This morning, I had her on my radio show, and I said: 'What's the deal with your husband living in Melbourne trying to be an actor on Neighbours?' and she said: 'He's signed for a year'."
After panellist Tommy Little laughed awkwardly, Kyle suggested he knew more about their relationship than he was letting on, implying the seemingly perfect couple's marriage is on the rocks.
"Hmmm... I feel there's trouble there," the 48-year-old continued. "No, no there's no trouble there," he then said, mimicking Anna."Watch that space. Something's going on!"
After being alerted of his nasty comments, Tim— who rose to fame after handing out roses on The Bachelor— told the Daily Mail that "Anna and I knuckle down into work during the week and have plenty of quality time on the weekends."
As we know, the reality TV star turned actor permanently moved to Melbourne in March after landing a full-time role on Neighbours. While Anna previously said the move was tough, the couple sees each other every weekend.
"He lives in Melbourne. That's a fact. I'm not going to see him majority of the week - Monday to Friday. He comes back on the weekends," she also said on the Channel Seven breakfast program this morning.