Jarrod Woodgate’s former love Keira Maguire has sensationally claimed it was he who dumped her.
But Bachelor in Paradise star Jarrod Woodgate looked like he might be having second thoughts as he drove a tractor on his family vineyard on 29 August.
With their reality TV romance over, it was back to the daily grind for Jarrod – who was snapped at the wheel of an orange tractor, working the land.
Jarrod wore dark sunglasses and appeared a little downcast as he toiled away.
He wrapped up with a beanie hat and noise-reducing ear muffs.
While Jarrod has so far maintained a silence on their shock split – save for a cryptic social media post – Keira has opened up to WHO magazine about the end of their romance.
In an exclusive interview, Keira, 31, said she really believed they would ‘live happily ever after’.
‘It was Jarrod who broke up with me,’ Keira told the publication.
Having mapped out their lives together Keira imagined imminent wedding bells and hoped to quickly follow their special day with a baby. But unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be.
‘Jarrod didn’t like the fact I didn't have a full-time job,’ she explained.
‘He would make me feel bad about my lifestyle, because my job was doing endorsements and he's about working hard in a nine-to-five job. I used to work in the corporate world, but he didn’t know me then, so he didn’t see that and it made me feel really down.’
Feeling the pressure from the vineyard manager, Keira tried in vain to live up to his expectations by helping him out on the family farm.
‘He’d put me down about the way I did it and I really started to feel so insecure,’ she claimed.
‘It affected our relationship because I wouldn’t say anything and I would go back to Melbourne after an argument and we wouldn’t see each other.’
But Keira said she was shocked by the split, claiming she never thought he would ‘get up and leave me’.
While Jarrod hasn’t spoken publicly, The Bachelor In Paradise star has shared a series of photos on Instagram, including one of a sunset and a fireplace following the break-up.
‘Sunsets, fire and wine....world's greatest distractions,’ he wrote.
Read more of Keira’s revealing interview here and in this week’s WHO magazine. Out now.