MAFS’ Tracey Jewel declares her ‘love’ for former ‘husband’ Dean Wells

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Just days after splitting with Sean Thomsen.

Tracey Jewel hasn’t been shy about the fact she wouldn’t mind rekindling her relationship with former Married At First Sight co-star Dean Wells after splitting with Sean Thomsen.

Dean took to social media to share a post about his late mum on Mother’s Day. He wrote:

“Happy mothers day to all the wonderful mums out there!! We should cherish and spoil our mums while we have the chance! Miss you Col.”

A post shared by Dean Wells (@deanwells) on

Many commented on the post to share their support, with Tracey quickly responding, “Sending [love].”

Fans immediately began commenting about how the pair should get back together. One wrote:

“Hey bro! @traceyjewel_ify wants your a** back bro @deanwells Get in that Car… DAT woman lookin finer than EVA (sic)!”

Ryan Gallagher also commented on the post, offering his support, writing:

“Hope your ok mate, I would of come seen you if I was in Sydney x [sic].”

Dean responded:

“@ryangallaghergram thanks legend! Im all good!. Lets catch up for a beer when your back in town [sic].”

Tracey spoke to New Idea about her split, saying she wasn’t ready to move to Melbourne with Sean so she broke up with him:

“It was brutal. Because he works away and I’ve been away a lot, I had to wait until when I picked him up from the airport and I just told him straight away.”

“I couldn’t even wait for him to get into the frigging car.”

She then added she hadn’t stopped thinking about Dean:

“I hear what he’s up to – it’s hard not to I’m sure he’ll be happy to hear about this break-up. I reckon he will [call me].”

“Dean will always have a soft spot in my heart and who knows?’ 

“The way me and Dean ended things, you never say never. Some couples can take a break and have some space and come back.”

We wonder if the aspiring rapper did call?

Image: Channel Nine


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Written By Marni Dixit