Bachelorette fans were blown away on Saturday when Georgia Love and Lee Elliott attended the Phantom of the Opera musical in Melbourne.
Fans came up with a theory that Georgia, 34, is “pregnant” after wearing a billowy dress to the event.
“Is this congratulations?” one curious fan asked, while another wondered if they had any exciting news to share.
Bachelorette stars Georgia Love, 34, (left) and Lee Elliott, 40, (right) sent fans into a spin after posting photos at a musical that some convinced, including a baby clue
“Ooh, do you have news for us?” a third questioned.
The couple, who married last year after meeting on Channel 10’s dating show, looked as beloved as ever as they posed on the red carpet.
A neat-looking Lee, 40, wore a tuxedo and had his arm around his wife as she stood beside him.
The couple, who married last year after meeting on Channel 10’s dating show, posted a picture of them in Phantom of the Opera looking loved as ever
“Is this congratulations?” one curious fan asked, while another wondered if they had any exciting news to share
“While it’s not my aria of expertise, I do know a thing or two about getting the girl and finishing on a high note!” Elliott captioned the post.
The sighting comes just days after Georgia stepped out in a loose pink dress for Stakes Day.
Her decision to wear loose-fitting clothes lately has led fans to speculate that the couple may be expecting their first child together.
The sighting comes just days after Georgia stepped out in a loose pink dress for Stakes Day at Flemington Racecourse on Sunday
Georgia, who previously revealed, was constantly teased about getting pregnant.
“The fact that we’re married now gets people saying ‘when do you want to start a family?’” she told WHO Magazine in October last year.
‘I don’t know if Lee will get it that bad individually, but especially if you’re a woman, especially if you just got married and openly say you don’t drink alcohol, everyone thinks. If you’ve had a lavish lunch or are wearing a felt jacket that’s way off your stomach, everyone assumes.”
Georgia previously revealed that she was constantly teased about getting pregnant
Georgia said she wanted the conversation to change when it comes to pregnancy and fertility.
“There are so many people and people who are close to me who are going through very difficult fertility journeys and battles and any talk about pregnancy and why or why are you not pregnant is really very insulting, triggering and hurtful to them,” she said. .
“We’re not trying to get pregnant right now, so it’s not an insult to me, but I think the conversation of asking people if they’re pregnant, when they’re going to get pregnant, and if they want kids at all is offensive.
“It just needs to be taught and taught that it’s never okay to ask someone if they’re pregnant or when they plan to become.
Georgia rose to fame on The Bachelorette Australia in 2016, where she found love with Lee