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Married At First Sight 'villain' Olivia Frazer proves happiness is the best revenge


Married At First Sight ‘villain’ Olivia Frazer proves happiness is the best revenge as she cuddles up to beau Jackson Lonie: ‘I’m still so excited to be next to him’

She became one of Married At First Sight’s most hated brides after being portrayed as a villain on the latest season.

But Olivia Frazer is proving that happiness is the best revenge after finding lasting love with on-screen husband Jackson Lonie.

While the rest of her co-stars are single, Olivia took to Instagram on Monday to share a photo of herself cuddling up to Jackson at a local pub.

Happy ending: Married At First Sight's Olivia Frazer (left) was all smiles with boyfriend Jackson Lonie (right) on Monday night

Happy ending: Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer (left) was all smiles with boyfriend Jackson Lonie (right) on Monday night

‘Still get so excited to be next to him,’ the 28-year-old captioned the image.

While Olivia is focused on her romance with Jackson, her MAFS rival Domenica Calarco has been busy carving out a career as an influencer and celebrity.

Olivia, who was forced to resign from her teaching job because of the brutal backlash from viewers, recently told Yahoo Lifestyle she experiences severe mood swings and even contemplates ending her life.

In a heartbreaking admission, she said the only thing that stops her from harming herself is the thought of her boyfriend Jackson coming home from work and finding her body. 

Strength: The couple have arguably the strongest relationship to come out of the latest season

Strength: The couple have arguably the strongest relationship to come out of the latest season

When asked how she was coping six weeks after the MAFS finale aired, Olivia said her mood changes from day to day.

‘It very much ebbs and flows. I have really good days where I’m like, “Oh, [it’s] water off a duck’s back! I’m fine!” 

‘And then I have other days where I’m like – sorry to be graphic – but I am suicidal and I am like, “Okay, don’t kill yourself because you don’t want Jackson to come home to that.”

‘It is at that point where it’s such a severe instability in my moods and my mental health.’

Single: Olivia's rival Domenica Calarco left Married At First Sight single, but is now focused on her new career as an Instagram influencer and celebrity

Single: Olivia’s rival Domenica Calarco left Married At First Sight single, but is now focused on her new career as an Instagram influencer and celebrity  

Fortunately, her suicidal thoughts are becoming more infrequent over time, but she expects to be ‘skating on thin ice for a few more months until the hate dies down’.

Olivia, from the NSW Central Coast, was labelled public enemy No. 1 on this year’s season of MAFS after her feud with rival bride Domenica.

Domenica was given a sympathetic edit after being outed as an OnlyFans model by Olivia, who in turn was portrayed as mean-spirited and vindictive.

However, sources have confirmed to Daily Mail Australia this did not tell the full story.

Struggles: The 28-year-old, who was forced to resign from her teaching job because of the brutal backlash from viewers, has been suicidal and depressed since the show

Struggles: The 28-year-old, who was forced to resign from her teaching job because of the brutal backlash from viewers, has been suicidal and depressed since the show

Last month, one of the show’s participants broke ranks to reveal Domenica’s behaviour during filming was just as bad as Olivia’s.

Cody Bromley said the feud between the warring brides could ‘easily’ have been edited to make Domenica the villain, adding: ‘There were no heroes or villains.’ 

‘It’s a shame. The edit could have gone either way with the whole Domenica and Olivia thing,’ he said.

‘[The edit] could have easily made Dom look like the villain and Liv look like the hero, but it didn’t pan out like that.

‘It’s just a shame to see that there is that divide and a lot of people being nasty.’

Doing her best: Fortunately, her suicidal thoughts are becoming more infrequent over time, but she expects to be 'skating on thin ice for a few more months until the hate dies down'

Doing her best: Fortunately, her suicidal thoughts are becoming more infrequent over time, but she expects to be ‘skating on thin ice for a few more months until the hate dies down’ 

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