RECAP | New bachelorette Kaitlyn is introduced on THE BACHELOR AUSTRALIA

On tonight’s episode of The Bachelor Australia, it was love ahoy when Locky chose Bella for a solo date, a group of lucky ladies were chosen for a not-so picture-perfect group date and new arrival, Kaitlyn, turned the mansion on its head.

After earning roses at the first rose ceremony, our bachelorettes were acclimating to life in the mansion and each other. When Osher arrived with the first single date card, Bella was ecstatic to hear that she’d been chosen for some solo time with Locky.

Discussing their passion for travel, but desire for a travel buddy, Bella and Locky were shocked to learn how much they had in common. While swimming in the ocean, Locky presented Bella with a rose, and the duo shared the first kiss of the season.

The next day, Locky’s pick of bachelorettes arrived at the group date for a photoshoot that would appear in newspapers nationwide. Role playing a ‘love story’ in front of the camera, the ladies were ready to strike a pose.

With all the ladies eyeing off the last photoshoot of the day, you can imagine their surprise when it went to a new bachelorette, Kaitlyn. The 26-year-old Personal Assistant from Queensland arrived in a wedding dress and ready for her first dance with Locky.

As the group date ended, Osher offered Locky and Kaitlyn the chance to spend some alone time together, before announcing that the remaining ladies should get ready for a cocktail party.

Fuming that Kaitlyn had swooped in and taken time with Locky and worried they hadn’t done enough to secure a rose, the thought of a rose ceremony left the bachelorettes panicking.

Next Wednesday, we pick up where we left off, where one lady’s bold move at the cocktail party leaves the others seething, and causes friendships to crumble.  

The Bachelor Australia. Continues Wednesday 19 August At 7.30pm. Only On 10 And WIN Network.


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