“If only I had waited”
Roman’s lady-in-waiting Jasmin heals her heart with farmer Fabian
Lady-in-waiting Jasmin tried her luck with farmer Roman and returned home with a broken heart. Then she discovered the application video of the eternally single Fabian and was immediately blown away.
A few weeks ago, lady-in-waiting Jasmin was crying after…
The combination of lady-in-waiting Jasmin (30) and farmer Roman (30) was not crowned with luck. The German wished that things would continue as friends after their court week, but: “Roman was extremely cold to me. He didn’t want anything after that. No contact, nothing. That hurt me a lot.”
The mother of two children has been through a lot in terms of love and her compulsion to clean and wash often stood in the way of possible relationships, as she says in an interview with Blick: “Of course it’s not always easy to have a partnership when you have these compulsions . They already affect the coexistence.”
New farmer, new luck
But the gloomy times are over, because, as Jasmin reveals, she has fallen in love with a farmer again and is starting a new farm week. The lucky one is long-term single and “farmer, single, looking for…” repeat offender Fabian (34) from Jura. Exactly, Fabian, who recently sent his lady-in-waiting Anna (38) back to Bern in tears and with a broken heart.
“I saw his application video and then I just thought: ‘Why didn’t I wait, why did I choose Roman and not Fabian?’ I immediately liked the fact that he’s much calmer.”
Jasmin then wrote to the farmer on social media and he contacted the broadcaster 3+ to be able to invite her to a farm week. Practical that Anna had already cleared the space.
All good ladies-in-waiting come in threes
For Fabian, this is already the third lady-in-waiting with whom he is trying to establish a relationship. Ten years ago he tried Chantal, who turned him down. It just didn’t spark with Anna, he justified the termination of this farm week and now it should be Jasmin.
She is in very good spirits, even if her predecessor complained that Fabian’s farm was not clean enough. Actually a no-go for the German with cleaning compulsion, right? “No, I didn’t think it was that bad. Fabian is also building a house and you can’t expect everything to be spotlessly clean and tidy.» You have to take everything step by step. And that probably also applies to getting to know the two “farmers, single, looking for…” repeat offenders.
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