“The Bachelorette” Australia Sam Frost has been rumoured to be not in good terms with her bestie Lisa Hyde nowadays.

Hyde clarified there was no feud between her and Frost. She explained that it was hard to keep in touch with each other because of their different priorities at the moment, Daily Mail reported.

“She has been really busy with all of her new stuff and I think when you’ve got different angles for where we want to go in life, so it kinder gets hard,” Hyde explained.

The reality TV show BFFs were became really close after “The Bachelor” Australia 2014 Blake Garvey dumped them on the show. Garvey called off his engagement with Frost and chose second runner-up, Louise Pillidge.

Frost and Hyde appeared together on “The Project” as they spoke for the first time about Garvey. The two were also open in expressing their admiration to each other on social media and were also seen together on the red carpet at several events in Australia.

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But according to Sydney Morning Herald, despite both are living in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, Hyde has not yet met Frost’s new beau, Sasha Mielczarek.

Frost has chosen Mielczarek on her second reality TV show outing, “The Bachelorette Australia,” last year.

Chatting with SMH at the purple carpet of the Sydney premiere of “Zoolander No. 2,” Hyde said: “I haven’t personally met him [Mielczarek], ya … We’ve just been too busy, you know, it has been hard catching up and obviously we’ve got lots of different things going on, so it was tough.”

“I think she is having a great time and I know she is happy with Sasha,” Hyde added.

Meanwhile, Hyde also admitted that she not tuning in at Frost and Rove McManus’ radio breakfast show, “2DayFM” because she is having hard time getting up early.

But Hyde depended her bestie to those who say Frost doesn’t deserve the hosting duties because “she has little experience in radio.”

“I’ve heard a few episodes and she is doing great. It’s a tough gig, the morning show in Sydney … She’s gone into a role that she has never done before so the people that are criticising her need to put themselves in her shoes and see how they go,” Hyde said.