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MAFS Australia: Jessika Power wants to permanently move to Britain

MAFS Australia’s Jessika Power reveals she wants to permanently move to Britain and become a citizen despite only living there for a few weeks


Former MAFS Australia star Jessika Power has revealed she hopes to become a British citizen after moving to England several weeks ago. 

The blonde bombshell, 29, spoke about her plans to leave the land Down Under for good during an Instagram Q&A on Tuesday.

‘I would love to move here,’ she said.

Star: Former MAFS Australia star Jessika Power has revealed she hopes to become a British citizen after moving to England several weeks ago

‘I’d love to apply for my citizenship but you don’t always get what you want,’ she said.

Becoming a British citizen is a lengthy process that requires being a resident for a lot longer than a few weeks.

Jessika, who moved to the UK when Australians were facing tough Covid restrictions, also said she plans to stay there for ‘a lot longer’ than her six-month visa period.  

Move: 'I'd love to apply for my citizenship but you don't always get what you want,' she said

Move: ‘I’d love to apply for my citizenship but you don’t always get what you want,’ she said

Jess has already been making waves in the UK as she is set to appear on the hit E4 reality show Celebs Go Dating.

She praised British men in a recent trailer for the raunchy series. 

‘I think British men are sexy. They have a really great accent, I love it!’ she gushed. 

Not going anywhere: Jessika, who moved to the UK when Australians were facing tough Covid restrictions, also said she plans to stay there for 'a lot longer' than her six-month visa period

Not going anywhere: Jessika, who moved to the UK when Australians were facing tough Covid restrictions, also said she plans to stay there for ‘a lot longer’ than her six-month visa period 

‘I feel like people have a preconception of me to be a husband-stealing witch, but I’m definitely not,’ she added, referring to her adultery on MAFS Australia.

‘I’m super bubbly, I’m friendly and I’m just, you know… like any other girl out here looking for a man, but just not yours,’ she giggled.  

She then joked: ‘I love a good red flag – it’s probably why I’m single. If you’re tall, dark and look like you’ll ruin my life, I’ll date you.’

Get ready, Brits! Jess has already been making waves in the UK as she is set to appear on the hit E4 reality show Celebs Go Dating (pictured in a promo for the series)

Get ready, Brits! Jess has already been making waves in the UK as she is set to appear on the hit E4 reality show Celebs Go Dating (pictured in a promo for the series)

She said that if the show’s producers can’t help her then ‘nothing can help me. I’m done. I’ll be like a cat lady for the rest of my life.’

Jessika added that she was ‘super excited’ to find love in the UK, saying: ‘I ain’t going home empty-handed! Pack your bags!’

The socialite flew from Brisbane to Manchester last month. 

Young and free: She draped the Australian flag on her body in a promo for Celebs Go Dating

Young and free: She draped the Australian flag on her body in a promo for Celebs Go Dating

Young and free: She draped the Australian flag on her body in a promo for Celebs Go Dating

She was set to live with British podcast host Connor Thompson, with whom she had shared flirty messages on social media.

But she ended their fling once she arrived and started getting reality TV offers.

‘As of right now she has zero plans to return to Australia,’ a source said recently. 

Travel: The socialite flew from Brisbane to Manchester last month

Fling: She was set to live with podcast host Connor Thompson (pictured), with whom she had shared flirty messages on social media, but she ended their fling once she arrived and started getting reality TV offers

Fling: The socialite flew from Brisbane to Manchester last month. She was set to live with podcast host Connor Thompson (right), with whom she had shared flirty messages on social media, but she ended their fling once she arrived and started getting reality TV offers

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