Married At First Sight Australia's Susie Bradley and fiancé get matching tattoos in honour of newborn son

MARRIED At First Sight Australia's Susie Bradley and her rugby star fiancé Todd Carney have got matching tattoos following the birth of their newborn son.

The couple welcomed Lion Daryl Carney to the world at the end of March and wasted no time booking into a studio to permanently commemorate him.

Beautician Susie got an outline of a mother holding a baby with "Lion" written underneath.

While ex-NRL star Todd also had "Lion" inked on him but with a crown placed atop the L and followed with his boy's date of birth.

The couple then both had "11:11" tattooed on their forearms, with Susie getting "I am" underneath and Todd getting "with you" so that when their arms are side by side it reads: "I am with you."

Lion's birth was announced by Todd on Instagram with a sweet black and white picture of the newborn.

He wrote: "Born an Aries, March 27 2021 at 10.50am, 7 pounds 9.4 ounces, 50cm long on a perfect autumn day.

"A lion's most common traits are majesty, strength, courage, justice and might.

"A lion stands for both gentleness and power all rolled into one. A lion in your life enables you to bring positive changes in the lives of yourself, your family and your friends.



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"We love you our little Lion. You will be one of the greats."

Since Susie shot to fame on MAFS Oz season 6 back in 2018, a lot has happened.

Her relationship with co-star Billy was short-lived; they didn't even make it to the end of the series.


She left her career in nursing to run her own injectables business.

In 2019 she started a relationship with Todd, and he popped the question on New Year's Eve last year.

They announced they were expecting their first child together on Christmas Day, with Todd writing: “Our hearts are full, Christmas will be sweet. Our family is growing by one heart & two feet ❤️✨ Baby boy Carney due March 2021 🏈.”

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