MAFS star Carolina has been spotted with a new person of interest, and it just so happens to be a co-star’s brother.

MAFS star Carolina has been spotted with a new person of interest — and he’s apparently a co-star’s brother.

As reported by So Dramatic!, Carolina Santos was spotted with Mitch Eynaud’s brother Jayden around New Year’s day. A source told the publication: “One of my mates saw Carolina hooking up with a very tall guy with long hair at Cali Beach [on the Gold Coast] on New Year’s Day. Apparently they were all over each other.”

According to the sender, they dismissed the dish until Carolina shared a ‘photo dump’ on her Instagram, which also included pictures from her New Year’s Eve celebrations.

“In one of the photos, the tall guy with the long hair is tagged and guess who he is?! Mitch Eynaud’s brother and they’ve been flirting in the comments sections since,” they said.

True to the source’s word, Carolina and Jayden do seem to have exchanged flirtatious comments with each other on Instagram. In response to one of Carolina’s compliments on a photo, Jayden called her ‘minha gatinha,’ roughly translated to ‘my kitty’.

Apparently, Mitch Eynaud, too, has been all for this development. Eagle-eyed fans caught Mitch commenting ‘sis-in-law’ on one of Carolina’s photos.

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Well, Carolina may not have gone on the show to find love, but that doesn’t mean it was a complete bust. In a recent Q&A, the reality star admitted that she’d only been a part of the show to get her business some exposure.

“I did not go on MAFS with the only purpose of finding love. I think that you have to be pretty naïve and pretty silly to go on MAFS with the only purpose of finding love. Because when you look at the success rate from previous seasons, it makes no sense,” she said at the time.

“The main reason for me was a bit of exposure for my business.” She added.

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