"If he ticks all your boxes that's great, but he's my husband!" Tamara said.
"So I feel like maybe give me a minute and see whether me and my husband will work out in this experiment before you try and mark your territory or whatever you're trying to do," she added.
But Daniel might not be the catch the girls think he is. The father of one is implicated in one of the biggest investigations in the history of the Crime and Corruption Commission.
Along with six other people, including former police detective Mick Featherstone and Daniel’s acquaintance Robert Doueihi, Daniel was charged with aggravated fraud in a case code-named Lima Violin II.
In initial proceedings in the Brisbane Magistrates Court back in 2016, it was alleged that the fraud was worth between $15 – 20 million and that there were around 600 victims.
Police allege that in 2014, Daniel, 35, coerced people into becoming 'puppet directors' of 12 scam companies
The dad of one is due back in court on Friday in a trial that’s scheduled to last four weeks.