This probably won’t come as a shock to you, but Frazer Neate from The Bachelorette is already well versed in the Bachelor universe.
The 28-year-old from Queensland knows 2019 Bachelorette runner-up Timm Hanly — we’re not sure how they know each other, but we’re hoping the apple doesn’t fall far from the friend tree.
The concreter is a footy player from Mount Gravatt in Brisbane, even winning the J.A. Grogan Medal in September last year. The medal is awarded to the best and fairest player in the Queensland State League competition.
In an interview with AFLQ at the time, he said “it’s the best thing to ever happen to me. I’m really happy.”
According to his official Network Ten bio, Neate is willing to go the extra mile for the one he loves including unexpected surprises and romantic weekends away. He hopes to meet an easy-going girl, with a stunning smile who he can call his best friend.
He even cites his biggest obstacle in life, having to overcome a relationship he invested everything into that ended and “feeling like I’ve had to start again”.
His aim is to just be himself and enjoy the process.
Neate’s dream date is a secluded location like a beach or rainforest, with a beautiful view.
“Just us two, drinks flowing, some nice food and some music,” he said.
According to his Instagram, he has a gorgeous pup which he has had for almost two years and looks to be happiest when around his mates.
He sounds pretty laid back from what we can tell and may just be the perfect guy for one of the sisters.