Tayla Damir has revealed the reason she and her husband Nathan Broad are returning to Western Australia.
The former Love Island star, 27, announced in October that she and her AFL star husband, 30, will build a new home in Perth for their family.
Tayla, who currently resides in Melbourne with Nathan, has now given insight into the big decision during an Instagram Stories Q&A.
A fan asked him: ‘Will you ever come back to WA?’ to which Tayla simply replied: “Yes,” alongside a photo from a luxury building overlooking the Perth cityscape.
Regarding his building plans, another fan asked: “Why are you building a house in WA when Nathan plays for Richmond?”
Tayla Damir has revealed the reason why she and her husband Nathan Broad (both pictured in November) are returning to Western Australia.
Tayla, who currently resides in Melbourne with Nathan, explained that they plan to return to Perth because her AFL star husband “won’t be playing football forever.”
Tayla, who recently welcomed her first child with Nathan, responded: “He won’t play football forever.”
Late last year, Tayla announced that she and Nathan had started work on a new home in Perth for their growing family.
‘Sharing the process of our construction in Perth. “Excited is an understatement,” she captioned alongside a recent image of an interior.
Tayla and Nathan, who tied the knot in October 2022, welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Samara, in August.
She returned to work five months after welcoming the little one and spoke openly about the challenges of being a working mother.
Tayla and Nathan, who married in October 2022, welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Samara, in August and are building a home in Perth for their family.
“A lot of friends are stepping in, it’s obviously a difficult time without family.” [being in Melbourne]but we have a very good support network here to help,” he said Nine entertainment at the Australian Open last month.
She also took to Instagram to speak candidly about having her first child along with a smiling selfie.
‘Just to make it real. 10/10 I wouldn’t recommend having a baby and trying to work without a family to help you,” she wrote alongside the photo.