Loved is in the air: Lara Bingle. Photo: Stephen Ward
It's a tale of two blossoming romances being played out in front of paparazzi lenses across town and on social media.
The love lives of reality starlet and perennial women's magazine favourite Lara Bingle and her movie star beau Sam Worthington came to town last week with a paparazzi circus that would rival the royals.
Worthington confirmed his romance from Bondi to Palm Beach, where they were snapped in every state of their day from coffee runs, to work outs to collecting dry cleaning - the Avatar star admitted on radio he was in love.
Loved up ... Sam Worthington is now with Lara Bingle. Photo: Getty Images
"Yeh, I'm blushing," he told Nova duo Fitzy and Wippa as he partook in a quiz where every answer was either the word "Lara" or "Bingle" with the comic duo joking "you're the one who keeps bringing it up!"
"Yeh, it's very good, at the moment I'm blushing... I'm very happy... I've met someone I'm very grateful for. She is. She's down to earth," he told the duo - apparently through a big grin.
Meanwhile his former squeeze, Sophie Monk, was left to tell another radio duo, Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O this week, she was still waiting on a text from Worthington to say it was over.
Lara Bingle is now with Sam Worthington. Photo: Cleo/ Georges Anton/ The Artist
"I don't know I just saw the pictures," she said with trademark humour when asked what had happened to her romance, also played out in the gossip pages, a few weeks ago.
"They're a super cute couple," she said.
Also in the spotlight is Jesinta Campbell who faced an onslaught of online criticism when she posted the first picture of herself with AFL heart throb Lance "Buddy" Franklin on Instagram and was forced to take it down due to the backlash by online trolls.
Former Miss Australia, Jesinta Campbell, has hooked up with footy star Buddy Franklin. Photo: Reuters
The pair have garnered plenty of media attention in the past but despite being dubbed Australia's own Posh and Becks, Campbell says they prefer to stay more under the radar.
"He's a lovely guy and he's overseas at the moment, so I'm missing him a bit," she said on air, again to Sandilands and Jackie O - revealing they met through friends and they had known each other for a long time before hand.
On having to delete her Instagram picture of the two of them, Campbell said: "It's sometimes really hard when people are making really horrible comments. I don't stand for sexism or anything like that and I think when comments start to get derogatory, you're in charge of your own Instagram, so I just took it down. I thought it was best."