Rugby union star Matt Toomua takes his romance with new girlfriend Naomi Cameron to the next level

Rugby union star Matt Toomua takes his romance with new girlfriend Naomi Cameron to the next level – following his split with cricket wife Ellyse Perry

Rugby union star Matt Toomua and his cricket wife Ellyse Perry announced their separation in July last year after nearly five years of marriage.

And now Matt has taken his romance with new girlfriend Naomi Cameron to the next level by buying a house together in southeastern Melbourne.

The 31-year-old Melbourne Rebels star shared photos on Instagram on Sunday of herself posing outside the luxurious property with forensic psychologist Naomi.

New chapter: Rugby union star Matt Toomua, 31, took his romance with new girlfriend Naomi Cameron (both pictured) to the next level – following his split with cricket wife Ellyse Perry

“Start of our new life together,” Matt wrote in the post, which also featured a selfie of himself kissing Naomi passionately.

It seems Ellyse has moved on too, with the 30-year-old rumored to have romance with AFL player Nat Fyfe, 29.

Ellyse was reportedly spotted in the Fremantle Dockers locker room after Nat’s 200th game in Tasmania earlier this month.

New home: The Melbourne Rebels star bought a house in southeastern Melbourne with forensic psychologist Naomi and shared photos of the couple posing outside the luxurious property to his Instagram on Sunday.

New home: The Melbourne Rebels star bought a house in southeastern Melbourne with forensic psychologist Naomi and shared photos of the couple posing outside the luxurious property to his Instagram on Sunday.

She joined Nat’s family and friends — including his parents, David and Christine — after the Dockers’ victory over Hawthorn, she reported. The Herald Sun.

While it’s unclear if they’re dating, sources close to Ellyse told The Herald Sun that they’ve been close friends for a while.

Daily Mail Australia contacted Ellyse and Nat at the time for further comment.

Matt and Ellyse announced the end of their marriage in July last year.

About: Matt and Ellyse (both pictured) announced their divorce last July after nearly five years of marriage

About: Matt and Ellyse (both pictured) announced their divorce last July after nearly five years of marriage

“It is with the utmost respect for each other that we decided to separate earlier this year,” the couple said in a joint statement at the time.

“We felt that this was the right course of action and in the best interest of each other and our current lives. This is something that has evolved and is a mutual decision.”

“We have remained private throughout our relationship and we ask that you continue to respect our space and privacy during this difficult time for both of us.”

In happier times: the sporty power couple is pictured on their wedding day in Sydney in December 2015

In happier times: the sporty power couple is pictured on their wedding day in Sydney in December 2015

Timeline: Matt and Ellyse, 30, met at Sydney Airport in 2012 and made their first public appearance as a couple at Rugby's 2013 John Eales Medal Awards.  Less than a year later they announced their engagement

Timeline: Matt and Ellyse, 30, met at Sydney Airport in 2012 and made their first public appearance as a couple at Rugby’s 2013 John Eales Medal Awards. Less than a year later they announced their engagement

Matt and Ellyse were married in December 2015 in an intimate ceremony in Sydney.

The couple met at Sydney Airport in 2012 and made their first public appearance as a couple at the Rugby’s 2013 John Eales Medal Awards.

Less than a year later, they announced their engagement.

New romance?  It seems Ellyse has moved on too, having sparked romantic rumors with AFL player Nat Fyfe (pictured), 29. Ellyse was reportedly spotted in the Fremantle Dockers locker room after Nat's 200th game in Tasmania earlier this month

New romance? It seems Ellyse has moved on too, having sparked romantic rumors with AFL player Nat Fyfe (pictured), 29. Ellyse was reportedly spotted in the Fremantle Dockers locker room after Nat’s 200th game in Tasmania earlier this month

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