The Bachelor's Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich deny they are 'living apart'

They were Australia's original Bachelor couple, but reports suggest on Thursday that all is not rosy in the garden for Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich.

A source told OK!magazine that the reality TV pair, who fell in love on the first season of the show in 2013, are spending less one-on-one time together and "living primarily apart". It has been suggested by the publication that Heinrich has been staying in a "separate apartment" and not Robards' Bondi pad, which she moved into in 2014.

When asked for comment on their relationship, a spokesperson for the pair said, "thank you for tuning in," and added: "There is no truth to this rumour, or any of those erroneous reports."

The rumours come just three months after this year's Bachelor lovebirds Sam Wood and Snezana Markoski announced their engagement with a $50,000 diamond ring.

However, Robards, 33, said he was unfazed by the whirlwind romance's pending nuptials when speaking to Fairfax Media at the Zoolander 2 premiere in late January.


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When asked if he would drop to one knee in 2016 and pop the question to the criminal lawyer, 29, he said: "Maybe... We are just doing our thing and finding when the time is right for us."

Going by Instagram, the last time Robards shared a shot of Heinrich with his 125,000 followers was last week, while Heinrich posted a video for her 205,000 followers of the chiropractor on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Australia's two other couples from the Bachelor franchises, including season two's controversial couple, Blake Garvey and Louise Pillidge, and The Bachelorette's first duo, Sam Frost and Sasha Mielczarek​, seem to still be on their respective journeys - according to social media.


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The story The Bachelor's Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich deny they are 'living apart' first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.

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