A fourth MAFS bride has been leaked ahead of next year’s season – and yep, you guessed it, she’s already got a large following on social media.

Bronte Schofield has been identified as one of the women who was snapped in Daily Mail’s pap pics taken at the women’s MAFS hens night.

Bronte’s Instagram is littered with photos of her wearing bikinis in beautiful places, and she already boasts 11,000 followers on the platform. However, since the names of 2023 MAFS brides have started leaking, Bronte’s profile has been switched to private – which is a requirement for all contestants.

Friends of the upcoming bride have already confirmed Bronte’s part of the reality show, telling Daily Mail, “Bronte is an amazing chick. She speaks her mind and isn’t afraid of confrontation.”

Another friend told the publication, “It’s [the new season] going to be drama filled with her involved that’s for sure!”

So far, three other MAFS brides have been confirmed to appear on the next season of the hit reality show; influencer Melinda Willis, podcaster Tahnee Cook and baker Alyssa Barmondem.

Melinda has a huge social media following of 150,000 followers and is followed by past MAFS cast members KC Osborne (season six), Jules Robinson (season six), Joshua Pihlak (season seven) and Jason Engler (season seven).

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Tahnee is also very active on social media and has over 45,000 followers across her social media channels and runs The Like Us Girls podcast.

While Alyssa’s job of baking is rather humble in comparison to the glamorous lives of influencers, she does have a baking Instagram account that boasts 18,900 followers.

Filming of season ten of MAFS reportedly began in June this year and is slated to premiere in early 2023. MAFS dominated ratings throughout season nine and was picked up in the US and the UK.

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