“Anyone can have an entourage of false followers to help mask your s**tty personality, but who you are alone says it all.”
Sure, the general statement could be directed towards anyone, but the dead giveaway is the MAFS animated sticker that can be seen peeping in the bottom right-hand corner – making it clear that her post was referring to her time on the show.
The post was shared to Amanda’s Instagram stories on October 3, just four weeks after the couple filmed their wedding on September 5. For the successful couples who made it to the end, production didn’t wrap until December, when they filmed their final vows.
In Tuesday’s episode, Amanda and Tash seemed head over heels for one another, Amanda winning over her partner with her heartfelt vows, saying; “As gay women, we've likely fought just that bit harder than most to be here, and had to act in spite of fear. Thank you for having the courage and taking a chance at blind faith.”
This article originally appeared on InStyle.