MAFS villain Harrison has gone public with his new girlfriend at a party he attended to celebrate his ‘divorce’ from TV wife Bronte Schofield.

Daily Mail Australia published photos of Harrison and his new girlfriend, who is reportedly named Gina, at his ‘divorce party’. In the photos, the couple strode into Sydney’s Coogee Pavillion, clearly aware of photographers but not trying to hide their affection.

“Harrison and Gina met a few months ago after his split from Bronte, and they’ve been inseparable ever since.”

“They’ve kept their relationship under wraps until now, but with Harrison’s TV marriage officially over, they’re thrilled to be able to go public,” they added.

Harrison debuted his new relationship the same night that the episode aired of his TV wife Bronte dumping him at the final MAFS dinner party.

Harrison’s mother confirmed the romance on her Instagram story by sharing a photo of Harrison and Gina together. She captioned the pic: “Onwards and upwards with the partner you deserve and opportunities to tell your side of the story. The side that people are asking for…”

Harrison and new girlfriend

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The reality star’s mum has been very vocal about both her dislike of Bronte and how Harrison has been portrayed on the show.

After an episode that aired earlier this week which showed Bronte’s sister Kirra calling Harrison out for being a “narcissist”, his mum, Noni, backed him up on her Instagram story.

“Let’s have a show of hands for who would sit there and let a little girl with no life experience interfere, insult, and cross
every relationship boundary imaginable? I applaud you walking away. I would do the same. Great supportive wife allows this to happen? Oh, that’s right, that was the ‘plan’ all along,” Noni wrote in one story.

She continued the tirade against Kirra in a subsequent story.

“I saw you being verbally abused by a foul mouthed little girl fueling herself with alcohol. The smartest thing to do is walk
away when you are being attacked. Situations like that need to be diffused,” she wrote.

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