They tied the knot six years ago after finding love at Dancing With The Stars in 2010.
And when asked what makes their marriage work, Rachael Finch confessed that she and husband Michael Miziner were in fact opposites.
Talk to House of Wellness, the former Miss Universe Australia revealed that the pair & # 39; very different & # 39; but insisted that their differences balanced each other.
& # 39; We are very different! & # 39; Rachael Finch has opened her six-year marriage to husband Michael Miziner and admitted that the couple are actually opposites
Rachael discussed their marriage with the publication and said: & # 39; We are very different people and we have very different personality types. & # 39;
She explained: & # 39; He is the social butterfly and wants to go out, and I am the hermit crab in bed at 8 p.m. & # 39 ;.
Although the former model emphasized that it is the contrasting qualities of the couple, their relationship works so well.
The secret! The former Miss Australia was asked what makes their marriage work in an interview with House of Wellness and she insisted that their & # 39; very different personalities & # 39; balanced
& # 39; We balance each other and have a good understanding of what we both need & # 39 ;, Rachael added.
She and Michael share two children, daughter Violet, five, and son Dominic, two, and Rachael has previously claimed that it was love at first sight between the couple.
Details of the moment she first met Michael in her 2016 book Happy, healthy, strong, Rachael wrote: & # 39; I had no idea who my dance partner would be.
Smitten: She and Michael share two children, daughter Violet, five, and son Dominic, two, and Rachael has previously claimed that it was love at first sight between the couple when they met during Dancing With The Stars in 2010
& # 39; I walked into the room and my mouth fell open – in front of me stood the most attractive man I had ever seen. & # 39;
The couple met almost a decade ago after they were linked to the long-running Channel 7 reality series Dancing With The Stars.
They married three years later in 2013 in a private mansion in Woollahra in the eastern suburbs of Sydney
In 2018, the couple launched Body by Finch, an online health and fitness program, and Finch Rachael B.O.D recently released a range of active clothing in collaboration with Myer.
However, building her own range was not easy, as Rachael was sued by Gold Coast's fitness model, Sophie Guidolin, about his choice of name, B.O.D (Body Of Dance).
According to Courier mail, Guidolin tried to stop Rachael with the acronym for her brand before the release.
Working together: in 2018, the couple launched Body by Finch, an online health and fitness program, and recently Rachael has released B.O.D by Finch, a range of active clothing in collaboration with Myer
Problematic: Rachael was sued by Gold Coast's fitness model, Sophie Guidolin, about the choice of name of her range, B.O.D (Body Of Dance) – Sophie claimed she used the term to conceal her own fitness range since 2016
Sophie & # 39; s lawyer told the court that social media followers knew the mother of four as & # 39; The Bod & # 39 ;, and also claimed the term was synonymous with her own fitness program & # 39; s.
Sophie claimed to have used the term to hack her own range of clothing, including leggings, bikinis and fitness equipment, since 2016.
Her Instagram account & # 39; The Bod & # 39; has more than 85,000 followers.
Despite only being used In the 2018 deadline, Rachael won as Sophie's request for a prohibition to prevent the design using the term for her brand from being rejected.
Brand headache: Sophie claimed to use the same term for her own fitness range since 2016, but her request for a prohibition to prevent Rachael from using the term was rejected
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