World: Married at First Sight's Jackson Lonie spotted on dating app Hinge

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Jackson Lonie and his Married at First Sight bride Olivia Frazer are rumoured to have split.

And on Friday, it was revealed that the 31-year-old has an active profile on the dating app, Hinge.

Under the name 'Jack', Jackson's Hinge biography explains he 'loves to cook' and is 'good at it too'.

Done? Jackson Lonie and his Married at First Sight bride Olivia Frazer are rumoured to have split. Both pictured  © Provided by Daily Mail Done? Jackson Lonie and his Married at First Sight bride Olivia Frazer are rumoured to have split. Both pictured

However Jackson tells Daily Mail Australia the account pre-dates his time on MAFS, and he's simply not deactivated it, nor used it in a year.

It comes after news that Jackson may now be a single man.

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The promo for the finale, which airs on Sunday and Monday, appears to show Olivia, 27,  and 'husband' Jackson don't go the distance as a couple.

App: On Friday, it was revealed that the 31-year-old has an active profile on the dating app, Hinge. Under the name 'Jack', Jackson's Hinge biography explains he 'loves to cook'  © Provided by Daily Mail App: On Friday, it was revealed that the 31-year-old has an active profile on the dating app, Hinge. Under the name 'Jack', Jackson's Hinge biography explains he 'loves to cook'

Jackson and Olivia are seen sitting next to each other on the couch as a man is heard asking, 'Do you want to share the big news?'


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Expert Mel Schilling then asks, 'Who ended the relationship?'

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However Jackson tells Daily Mail Australia the account pre-dates his time on MAFS, and he's simply not deactivated it, nor used it in a year  © Provided by Daily Mail However Jackson tells Daily Mail Australia the account pre-dates his time on MAFS, and he's simply not deactivated it, nor used it in a year  Split? The promo for the finale, which airs on Sunday and Monday, appears to show Olivia (right) and 'husband' Jackson don't go the distance as a couple © Provided by Daily Mail Split? The promo for the finale, which airs on Sunday and Monday, appears to show Olivia (right) and 'husband' Jackson don't go the distance as a couple

While the trailer suggests it's Jackson and Olivia who split up, it could just be a case of clever editing as all other evidence points to them still being together.

The apparent bombshell comes after star Ella Ding reacted to news Olivia had lost her job at a prestigious Sydney school because of her nasty behaviour on the show.

The beautician, 27, who is friends with Olivia's arch rival Domenica Calarco, said the former teaching assistant only had herself to blame for the professional setback.

 Over? While the trailer suggests it's Jackson and Olivia who split up, it could just be a case of clever editing © Provided by Daily Mail Over? While the trailer suggests it's Jackson and Olivia who split up, it could just be a case of clever editing Read more

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