Francesca Farago, a reality TV star who rose to fame on the hit Netflix show Too Hot to Handle, has found love once again.
Despite her past unsuccessful relationships with exes Harry Jowsey and Diplo, she is now happily dating her boyfriend Jesse Sullivan. Fans were initially skeptical about the timeline of their relationship when Francesca joined the cast of the new Netflix dating show Perfect Match in February 2023.
However, she set the record straight via TikTok, explaining that she was single during filming and that some shows can take over a year to be edited and air.
Francesca’s relationship with Jesse may be going strong, but she did appear on Perfect Match with Love Is Blind alum Damian Powers. The two went on a date on the show, which sparked romance rumors.
The rumors began two months after her June 2020 split from Harry, when Francesca and Damian were spotted looking cozy outside of a restaurant in Los Angeles. However, Damian quickly set the record straight, stating that they were not dating or romantically involved but remain friends.
Francesca and Jesse’s love story began when she hosted a virtual LGBTQ+ event for TikTok in 2022. During the event, she interviewed three people, one of whom was Jesse. They met on Zoom and quickly fell in love.
Since then, they have been flaunting their love on social media, and fans are eager to watch their relationship progress.
Although Francesca has had her fair share of unsuccessful relationships, she has remained open to love and is not afraid to take risks. Her journey serves as a reminder that even when things don’t work out as planned, it’s important to keep an open mind and heart.
In the world of reality TV, it can be difficult to navigate relationships in the public eye. However, Francesca has managed to find love despite the scrutiny and attention that comes with being a reality TV star.
Her relationship with Jesse is proof that love can come from unexpected places and that sometimes, it’s worth taking a chance.
As fans continue to follow Francesca’s journey, they are reminded that love is a journey, not a destination. It’s a process that involves taking risks, being vulnerable, and learning from past experiences.