Anna Heinrichs admits she’s ‘worried’ about husband Tim Robards as he joins new season of SAS Australia: ‘It’s a lot worse than what you’re seeing’
Anna Heinrich broke down in tears during her stint at SAS Australia last year and is now “worried” about how her husband, Tim Robards, will handle the brutal competition.
The Bachelorette star, 36, admitted that she fell in love with her husband on the matchmaking show The Daily Telegraph On Tuesday SAS was “a lot worse” than it looked.
She said her partner of 40 years was more nervous about not doing so well, as she revealed she worried about his health in the series’ fourth season.
Once you’re in that bubble, nobody cares. You have to give it your all. If you cut your finger or cut your leg, said Heinrich, they don’t really care, you either have to get out or pay.
“It’s brutal.” What you see on TV, it’s way more wild than what you see there.
Anna Heinrich, 36, (right) broke down in tears during her stint at SAS Australia last year and is now ‘worried’ about how husband Tim Robards, 40, (left) will handle the brutal competition
Heinrich, who shares daughter Elle with the Robards, competed in Season 3 of SAS last year and found herself breaking down in tears on TV.
The glamorous reality star known for her model looks and picture-perfect marriage, was forced to share a dark secret while on the Channel Seven programme.
She broke down during questioning when speaking about her battle with low self-esteem, telling the management team, “I just don’t feel good enough and sometimes feel ashamed of who I am.”
The Bachelor star, who fell in love with her husband on the matchmaking show, admitted to The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday that SAS was ‘a lot worse’ than it looked. Pictured at last year’s show
She added, “Like, how I want to be better and not be negative and have more self-confidence… especially now that I have a daughter.”
“I want to make sure I can instill that in her.”
This year’s season features a star-studded ensemble that includes Craig MacLachlan, Cassie Sainsbury, Lady Clem, Peter Ball, Matthew Meacham, Stephanie Rice, Zima Anderson, Boyd Cordner and Anthony Mundine.
Also in 2023 are AFL commentator Abby Holmes, Thai cave rescue hero Dr Craig Chall, AFL great Jason Akermanis and rugby player Mahalia Murphy.
She said that her partner was more stressed about not doing as well as her, as she revealed that she worried about his health in the fourth season of the series