Michael Brunelli's mother pressures him to PROPOSE to Martha Kalifatidis

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Michael Brunelli’s mother pressures him to PROPOSE to Martha Kalifatidis on her 33rd birthday

They are one of the very few success stories on Married At First Sight.

And Michael Brunelli felt the pressure to propose to Martha Kalifatidis on her 33rd birthday on Tuesday, in a hilarious text message exchange with his mother.

The 30-year-old shared a screenshot to his Instagram Stories of his mother asking ‘how long’ it will take him to get down on bended knee. 

'Putting the absolute HEAT on me': Michael Brunelli's mother hilariously pressured him to PROPOSE to Martha Kalifatidis on her 33rd birthday on Tuesday, in a text message exchange

‘Putting the absolute HEAT on me’: Michael Brunelli’s mother hilariously pressured him to PROPOSE to Martha Kalifatidis on her 33rd birthday on Tuesday, in a text message exchange 

‘Mum putting the absolute HEAT on me today,’ Michael captioned the screenshot.

The exchange began with Michael asking his mother whether she had sent Martha a birthday text.

When Michael filled her in on the massage, dinner and helicopter ride he had planned for his influencer girlfriend, his mother hilariously put the pressure on him to pop the question with the response, ‘could have proposed then’.  

Hilarious: Michael, 30, shared a screenshot to his Instagram Stories of his mother asking 'how long' it will take him to get down on bended knee

Hilarious: Michael, 30, shared a screenshot to his Instagram Stories of his mother asking ‘how long’ it will take him to get down on bended knee 

Cheeky exchange: When Michael filled his mother (pictured) in on the massage, dinner and helicopter ride he had planned for his influencer girlfriend, his mother hilariously put the pressure on him to pop the question with the response, 'could have proposed then'

Cheeky exchange: When Michael filled his mother (pictured) in on the massage, dinner and helicopter ride he had planned for his influencer girlfriend, his mother hilariously put the pressure on him to pop the question with the response, ‘could have proposed then’ 

Michael replied, ‘LOL relax ma,’ to which his mother added, ‘for how long man’.   

Martha and Michael have remained together ever since filming wrapped on the 2019 season of MAFS, and in October celebrated their two-year anniversary.     

They are now influencers and film, edit and produce each other’s content.  

The couple earn their full-time income via sponsored fashion and makeup posts, fitness videos, cooking tutorials and other branded content, mostly all created from the comfort of their North Bondi home.  

Reality TV success story: Martha and Michael have remained together ever since filming wrapped on the 2019 season of MAFS, and in October celebrated their two-year anniversary

Reality TV success story: Martha and Michael have remained together ever since filming wrapped on the 2019 season of MAFS, and in October celebrated their two-year anniversary 

New careers: They are now influencers and film, edit and produce each other's content. The couple earn their full-time income via sponsored posts and other branded content, mostly all created from the comfort of their North Bondi home

New careers: They are now influencers and film, edit and produce each other’s content. The couple earn their full-time income via sponsored posts and other branded content, mostly all created from the comfort of their North Bondi home 

Martha told Daily Mail Australia last year that ‘never in her wildest dreams’ did she believe that creating sponsored posts at home would become her full-time job, and expressed her surprise at how financially viable it is.  

‘It is surprising. I worked as a makeup artist for so long and I knew that big brands turnover so much. And the number one thing that they all invest in is marketing,’ she said. 

Although Martha did not reveal the exact figure she charges for branded content, it’s estimated she makes anything up to $3,000 for a single sponsored selfie.   

Cashing in: Martha told Daily Mail Australia last year that 'never in her wildest dreams' did she believe that creating sponsored posts at home would become her full-time job, and expressed her surprise at how financially viable it is

Cashing in: Martha told Daily Mail Australia last year that ‘never in her wildest dreams’ did she believe that creating sponsored posts at home would become her full-time job, and expressed her surprise at how financially viable it is 

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