Farmer Wants a Wife’s Tara Asks Farmer Matt Trewin to Let Her BACK on the Show

She dramatically dropped out of the show on Wednesday’s episode after he kissed another woman on a date at a watering hole.

And Farmer Wants a Wife “frontrunner” Tara shocked viewers when she begged Farmer Matt Trewin on Sunday’s episode to let her back on the show.

The 25-year-old blonde beauty admitted she made a “really big mistake” and “lost sight of the bigger picture.”

Regret: Farmer Wants a Wife’s Tara (pictured), 25, admitted she made a ‘big mistake’ by leaving — when she asked Farmer Matt Trewin to let her BACK on the show on Sunday’s episode

Dressed in a deep red dress, an emotional Tara Matt, 26, pulled aside to confess.

“I lost sight of the bigger picture of what could come out of this,” she began.

“Of course I’m afraid to show my emotions and my feelings, and I have to be vulnerable now, and I’ve always been afraid to be vulnerable, because then you get hurt.”

Understanding, Matt said that the farmers and participants “came here in the science that we are here for” and confessed that he “put his heart on the line.”

Confession:

Confession: “I lost sight of the bigger picture of what could come out of this,” she told Matt (right), 26. “I’m obviously scared to show my emotions and my feelings,” Tara continued.

Still in the running to win his heart: Though he understood, Matt said that the farmers and the contestants

Still in the running to win his heart: Though he understood, Matt said that the farmers and the contestants “come for this because we know what we’re here for” and confessed that he had “put his heart on the line.” Despite his comments, he chose to allow Tara back on the show

Despite his comments, he chose to let Tara back on the show, leaving the other ladies unimpressed.

In an on-camera piece, Tara said she knew she was making “a really big mistake by leaving.”

“I didn’t allow myself to probably fully feel all the emotions I should have been feeling because I kind of kept them hidden. I was so afraid of stepping on other people’s toes,’ she continued.

Tara dramatically walked away from the ranch on Wednesday’s episode after Matt kissed Tara’s competitor Alex during a steamy bar date.

Gone: Tara (right) dramatically walked away from Matt's farm in Wednesday night's episode

Gone: Tara (right) dramatically walked away from Matt’s farm in Wednesday night’s episode

Catalyst: The split happened after Matt kissed another woman (pictured) during a steamy date at a watering hole

Catalyst: The split happened after Matt kissed another woman (pictured) during a steamy date at a watering hole

After hearing the passionate clinch, Tara said to Matt, “I think I should go home.”

After her departure, Matt admitted to being “a little speechless to be honest.”

“What really hurt the most was watching her drive away. Then I realized you don’t know what you have until it’s gone,” he said.

So close: The shocking departure came after Matt opened up about his personal heartbreak on a date with Tara in an episode the week before

So close: The shocking departure came after Matt opened up about his personal heartbreak on a date with Tara in an episode the week before

The shocking departure came after Matt opened up about his personal heartbreak on a date with Tara in an episode the week before.

Matt spoke about his late father’s battle with cancer during a heart-to-heart with the blonde.

He said he was a proud fourth generation farmer and wanted to ask Tara if she would like to move to his farm in Orbost, regional Victoria.

'It tears you apart': Matt admitted he was still 'torn apart' when speaking to Tara about his late father's heartbreaking battle with cancer

‘It tears you apart’: Matt admitted he was still ‘torn apart’ when speaking to Tara about his late father’s heartbreaking battle with cancer

“You know, I’m the fourth generation on the farm now, on the family farm…and I don’t think I could give that up,” he told her.

Tara said she understood Matt would want someone to move to his farm, and reassured him that moving wasn’t an obstacle.

Matt went on to talk about his father’s death, saying that “life will never be the same.”

“So recently Dad passed away from cancer. Life will never be the same again,” he began.

“It tears you apart, your best friend loses, let alone your father. Yes, it’s heartbreaking, but I know he would be super proud to watch over me.’

Heart to Heart: Matt said he was a proud fourth generation farmer and wanted to ask Tara if she would like to move to his farm in Orbost, regional Victoria.

Heart to Heart: Matt said he was a proud fourth generation farmer and wanted to ask Tara if she would like to move to his farm in Orbost, regional Victoria.

Matt said he was “very attracted” to Tara, but wanted her to “open up a bit more.”

He revealed that when he is with Tara, he gets a “warm fuzzy feeling” inside – which his parents always told him he would feel if he fell in love.

“There are feelings there and that vague warm feeling there… I get that vague warm feeling Dad used to talk about,” Matt confessed.

‘Dad said, ‘When I met your mother, I was blown away and had a fuzzy feeling’.

“He said, ‘You’ll know one day when you get it’…I think I’m in the same boat here.”

Farmer Wants a Wife continues Monday at 7pm on Channel Seven

Sad: 'So recently Dad passed away from cancer.  Life will never be the same again,

Sad: ‘So recently Dad passed away from cancer. Life will never be the same again,” he said. “It tears you apart, your best friend loses, let alone your father. Yes, it’s heartbreaking’

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