Farmer Wants A Wife couple Rob Hodges and Joanna Fincham are now married and have three children

Remember us? Farmer Wants A Wife couple Rob Hodges and Joanna Fincham are now married and live on a cattle farm with their three children

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It is more than ten years since Australia saw Rob Hodges fall in love with Joanna Fincham during the second season of Farmer Wants A Wife in 2008.

And the couple are still doing well, and have since married and welcomed three children: daughters Darcy, seven, Maggie, five and the three-year-old son Roy.

Speak against Mamamia on Wednesday, photographer Jo grumbled about raising her family at Rob's South Australian livestock farming.

Remember us? Farmer Wants A Wife couple Rob Hodges and Joanna Fincham are now married and have three children: daughters Darcy, seven, Maggie, five and three year old son Roy (all pictured)

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Remember us? Farmer Wants A Wife couple Rob Hodges and Joanna Fincham are now married and have three children: daughters Darcy, seven, Maggie, five and three year old son Roy (all pictured)

& # 39; It makes me really happy, going out and helping on the farm. I think it's great, & she said during the extensive interview.

& # 39; Maggie knows more than I do on the farm. I recently said: & # 39; Oh, look at the heifers! & # 39; And she said: & # 39; Mama, they are not heifers. They've had babies & # 39; s & # 39; & # 39 ;, she joked, adding that her youngest child Roy loves riding tractors and jumping in the mud.

However, life on a farm has its downside, with Joanna admitting to the publication that she and Rob found natural disasters such as drought very stressful.

Explosion from the past! It is more than ten years since Australia saw Rob Hodges fall in love with Joanna Fincham during the second season of Farmer Wants A Wife in 2008 (shown on the show)

Explosion from the past! It is more than ten years since Australia saw Rob Hodges fall in love with Joanna Fincham during the second season of Farmer Wants A Wife in 2008 (shown on the show)

Explosion from the past! It is more than ten years since Australia saw Rob Hodges fall in love with Joanna Fincham during the second season of Farmer Wants A Wife in 2008 (shown on the show)

Back to nature: & # 39; It makes me really happy, going out and helping on the farm. I think it's great, & she said during the extensive interview

Back to nature: & # 39; It makes me really happy, going out and helping on the farm. I think it's great, & she said during the extensive interview

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Back to nature: & # 39; It makes me really happy, going out and helping on the farm. I think it's great, & she said during the extensive interview

The mental health advocate also revealed her secret heartache after losing Roy & # 39; s twin brother less than three months after birth.

& # 39; Really, we could have had four, but it wasn't the intention. Mother Nature intervened and we have three, & she said.

In 2008, Joanna gave up her job as a newspaper photographer in Melbourne to restart her life in Rob's countryside.

Mother Nature intervened and we have three & # 39 ;: the mental health attorney also revealed her secret heartache after losing Roy & # 39; s twin brother less than three months after birth

Mother Nature intervened and we have three & # 39 ;: the mental health attorney also revealed her secret heartache after losing Roy & # 39; s twin brother less than three months after birth

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Mother Nature intervened and we have three & # 39 ;: the mental health attorney also revealed her secret heartache after losing Roy & # 39; s twin brother less than three months after birth

Since then she has made her name as a commercial photographer for weddings and family portraits.

Farmer Wants A Wife was broadcast on the Nine Network for nine seasons before being adjusted in 2007.

Although there was no word of reboot, Jo told Mamamia that she would like to see a tenth season in the making.

New Beginning: In 2008, Joanna gave up her job as a newspaper photographer in Melbourne to restart her life in Rob's countryside, but has since made a name for herself as a commercial photographer for weddings and family portraits

New Beginning: In 2008, Joanna gave up her job as a newspaper photographer in Melbourne to restart her life in Rob's countryside, but has since made a name for herself as a commercial photographer for weddings and family portraits

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New Beginning: In 2008, Joanna gave up her job as a newspaper photographer in Melbourne to restart her life in Rob's countryside, but has since made a name for herself as a commercial photographer for weddings and family portraits

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