‘The Bachelor’ Australia 2015: Sam & Snezana Wedding on TV; Air Date & Details

“The Bachelor” Australia 2015 Sam Wood and girlfriend Snezana Markoski are planning to exchange vows on national TV.

Womans Day magazine claimed that the couple are planning a “million dollar wedding” that will be aired on one of the major TV networks in Australia, most likely Channel 10, next year.

The pair is expected to earn a “six-figure pay check” from the TV deal, the magazine noted.

“Nearly 1.9 million Australians tuned in to see Sam declare his love for Snezana and we would welcome the chance to work with the couple again. We wish them every happiness,” Channel 10 said in a statement to Womans Day.

A spokeswoman of Channel 10 also confirmed to The Herald Sun that it was up for another TV project with Sam and Snezana after a successful ratings with the reality TV romance of the pair this year.

According to the Daily Mail, if the TV wedding of the couple pushes through, this will be the very first “The Bachelor” Australia televised wedding.

Meanwhile, the pair remained mum on the rumors that they have signed a “six-figure” magazine deal discussing their engagement and wedding plans, reported.

Sam and the Perth beauty announced their engagement last week with a huge diamond ring on Markoski’s left hand. The couple shared the photo of their engagement on Instagram.

Wood captioned the photo: “She said YES! When you know, you know. I love you Snezana ❤️❤️❤️.”

Sam popped the question during their first family holiday in his hometown of Tasmania, where he introduced Snezana’s 10-year-old daughter, Eve, to his family.

Wood also previously revealed that he and Snezana are already discussing having children “soon-ish” and starting their own family.

The couple first met and fell in love on the reality TV show, “The Bachelor.” At the end, Sam chose single mother-of-one Snezana over Lana Jeavons-Fellows.

Despite their long distance romance, the pair have been almost inseparable in the past six months since filming of the show concluded.

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