Former Farmer Wants a Wife star Joanna Fincham shares behind-the-scenes footage from the set

Farmer Wants a Wife’s OG couple Joanna Fincham and husband Rob Hodges thrilled fans this week as they returned to the show they found love all those years ago.

And now fan favorite Jo has shared some behind-the-scenes footage from the set after giving close friend Farmer Will, 39, some advice on Wednesday’s final episode.

Jo shared the footage on her Instagram account this week, saying she’s “loved being a very small part of this season.”

Opening her album: This week, former Farmer Wants a Wife star Joanna Fincham shared behind-the-scenes footage from the set after she returned to the hit show and thrilled fans with her edgy new look. In the picture with friend farmer Will while filming

“Rob, Darcy, Maggie, Roy and myself loved being a small part of this season of @farmeraustralia,” she said, referring to her and Rob’s family.

“Will, you’re a gentleman and your respect for all your girls was beautiful to see. Rob and I are so glad we called your name to be a part of what we were a part of all those years ago.”

“This show is healthy and its success speaks for itself,” Jo said.

Reflective: Jo shared the footage on her Instagram account this week, saying she's

Reflective: Jo shared the footage on her Instagram account this week, saying she’s “loved being a really small part of this season.” In the photo with her husband Rob and farmer Will

“Rob, Darcy, Maggie, Roy and myself loved being a small part of this season of @farmeraustralia,” she said, referring to her and Rob’s family.

She added: “Watching and being a part of this series brought back so many memories. And what a great afternoon filming with Steve, who was a cameraman on our farm stay 13 years ago!’

Jo shared her message just before the finale aired, affectionately writing, “Can’t wait for the finale tonight. Farmers are the best!’

Jo and farm husband Rob returned to the hit show on Wednesday during the highly anticipated finale.

She added: “Watching and being a part of this series brought back so many memories.  And what a great afternoon filming with Steve, who was a cameraman on our farm stay 13 years ago!'

She added: “Watching and being a part of this series brought back so many memories. And what a great afternoon filming with Steve, who was a cameraman on our farm 13 years ago!’

And action!  Jo shared her message just before the finale aired, affectionately writing,

And action! Jo shared her message just before the finale aired, affectionately writing, “Can’t wait for the finale tonight. Farmers are the best!’

Fan favorites first fell in love with the show 13 years ago, after appearing in season two in 2008.

The couple is now happily married and sharing three children, and gave some advice to their friend farmer Will, 39, during the finale.

Fans also loved the blast from the past, with one writing on Instagram: ‘Rob and Jo. The very best of the best!’

Returning: Jo and farm husband Rob returned to the hit show on Wednesday at the highly anticipated finale

Returning: Jo and farm husband Rob returned to the hit show on Wednesday at the highly anticipated finale

Behind the scenes: Cameramen filming in the kitchen where Rob and Jo Will .  greet

Behind the scenes: Cameramen filming in the kitchen where Rob and Jo Will . greet

Another said: ‘Love, love Rob and Jo, I was so happy to see them and their lovely family missed the old series.’

A fan also commented on how good Jo looks and how she hasn’t aged a day since she appeared on the show.

‘Can we discuss how amazing Jo looks? Benjamin Button!’ They wrote.

She also showed off her edgy new blonde hair on the show.

Remember them?  Fan favorites first fell in love with the show 13 years ago, after appearing in season two in 2008 (pictured)

Remember them? Fan favorites first fell in love with the show 13 years ago, after appearing in season two in 2008 (pictured)

In July 2019 Jo spoke with Mamamia about her life and raising her family on Rob’s South Australian cattle ranch.

‘It really makes me happy, going out and helping on the farm. I think it’s great,” she said during the extended interview.

However, life on a farm also has a downside: Jo admits in the publication that she and Rob found natural disasters such as drought very stressful.

In 2008, Jo gave up her job as a Melbourne newspaper photographer to rebuild her life in Rob’s countryside.

New life: In 2008, Jo gave up her job as a newspaper photographer in Melbourne to resume her life in Rob's countryside

New life: In 2008, Jo gave up her job as a newspaper photographer in Melbourne to resume her life in Rob’s countryside

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