Sun From Masterchef Australia Is Getting Married
Sun who went into the Masterchef Australia house single is now engaged to be married, and she appears to be happy about it as she is smiling in OK Magazine with her fiance Brently Frazer.
Brently who is writer, and Sun have had a on/off relationship for some years however her being away doing the show made him realise she was the love of his life. He proposed the night she got home after she was eliminated.
OK Magazine interviewed both of them about their romance.
Here is what the interview said:
How did you two meet?
Sun: We met in 1998, and while we’ve been on-and-off since, we’ve always ended up back together…. There’s a whole lot of love and history there.
Why is now the right time to take the next step?
Sun: I applied for Masetrchef broken-hearted. We’d separated before I applied and my application was basically the result of two or three hours of unloading. It read like a big soapie.
Brentley: Distance and strange cicumstance like her being on Masterchef brought some clarity.
Sun: We had two production breaks while I was on the show. On the first, we met up and got back together, on the second, we got engaged.
Were you planning the engagement the whole time she was in the competition, Brentley?
Yes, I was. I’d asked her dad for permission…
Sun: You asked my father I didn’t know that!
Brentley: I knew that he couldn’t tell you while you were in the house. He said it was about time, too!
How did Brentley propose?
Sun: I was at the airport with Ellie [Paxton-Hall], on the way home for our production break, and she jokingly asked if Brentley and I were engaged. For fun, I messaged him asking if we were, and replied ‘Heck yeah we are!’ I thought he was joking, but when I came home after I was eliminated, he made it clear he didn’t think it was a joke at all.
So how did the official proposal transpire?
Sun: I was jet-lagged after coming back from New York, and he came out with, ‘So what are we going to do with this ring?’
Have you set a date yet?
Sun: We’ve been talking about the end of October.
Wow, that’s soon! Have you made any plans?
Sun: A very good friend of mine is a dress maker so I’m sure he’ll have some ideas. I think we’ll get married in parklands. Neither of us is very religious, and Brentley’s sister is a marriage celebrant, so she’ll be marrying us. It’ll be family and friends and things that mean a lot to us – like a reception in the courtyard of our favourite cafe restaurant.
How about the wedding cake – will you make it yourself, Sun?
I might put a little thought into that.
Brentley: I had a certain cake in mind.
Sun: He loves the croquembouche!
Brentley: I want to try a toffee covered one.
Sun, you grew up Hare Krishna – are you going to incorporate any of those traditions?
Sun: No, that was my early childhood. I’m definitely not the weird hippie chick anymore.
Brentley: We’re going to keep it simple and stylish.
Will any Masterchef contestants be invited?
Sun: Of course. Craig [Young] actually offered to play the cello, and there have been offers to make the cake. I’ll definitely have Peter [Vickery], Billy [Law}, Craig, Ellie, Alana Lowes and Kumar [Pereira] and his lovely wife there, but I want them to be guests; I don’t want to make my friends work when they should be relaxing and having a good time.
Have you thought about a honeymoon?
Sun: Somewhere sunny with good food. Thailand maybe? I’d like to eat my way around a country.
Will you take Brentley’s surname?
Sun: That’s tricky – I’m attached to my surname.
Brentley: I think our kids are going to have double barrel surnames, let’s put it that way.
So there will definitely be babies?
Sun: Yes, we’ll see what happens, but definitely in the short to medium term future.