Married At First Sight's Patrick Dwyer denies he's dating co-star Jo Todd - after fuelling romance rumours AGAIN
Married At First Sight star Patrick Dwyer set tongues wagging on Tuesday, after sharing a sweet picture of his co-star Jo Todd with a cryptic caption.
The 27-year-old, who split with Belinda Vickers earlier this year, posted a photo of Jo enjoying a glass of wine on a balcony alongside the caption: 'My heart is full'.
Despite the post seemingly hinting at a romance between the pair, he insisted to Daily Mail Australia that the duo are 'just mates'.
It's the second time in two months that the pair have sparked relationship rumours.
Last month, Patrick shared a cute picture cuddled up to Jo, adding a number of love hearts to the photograph.
He later denied they were anything more than friends.
Although he and Belinda split in July, he even sparked rumours they were back together on September 24 after sharing a picture of the couple's MAFS wedding day on Instagram.
'On this day last year we got Married on National TV. Bring on the future with you,' he captioned the shot.
Patrick wouldn't confirm or deny whether the pair were back on or not when contacted by Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday.
Claims also emerged that Belinda and Jo were 'no longer on speaking terms' on Tuesday, but Jo told Daily Mail Australia that the pair's friendship is stronger than ever.
Belinda and Patrick abruptly called it quits in July after nine months together.
In a statement, Patrick wrote: 'We would like to address the rumours of our split and confirm we have gone our separate ways.'
'We have enjoyed a relationship together for over nine months; however, we do not want the same things in love and life.
'We appreciate all the love and support we have received through our journey.'
Belinda shared an identical statement to her own Instagram account and told Who magazine that splitting up 'wasn't an easy decision' to make.
She explained that while the pair had always been a 'team', it became apparent they didn't have the same 'family goals'.
'We tried to work through it and talk about what we could do about our differences, but it gets to a point when you realise you have to cut your losses,' she said.
Belinda recently told Daily Mail Australia she was trying to keep herself distracted following their mutual decision to split.
'I have been keeping busy, seeing my friends and family. I am always focusing on the positives, as I am a naturally positive person,' she said.