Mark philippoussis still dating amanda
But 41-year-old Mark Philippoussis cut a relaxed figure as he arrived in Australia with his glamorous wife Silvana and their three-year-old son on Monday.
The model seemed overjoyed to be spending Christmas in the land of Oz. The former tennis coach - who is an Australian citizen - pleaded not guilty to 14 counts of sex offences against minors, which included two counts of sex acts with a child 10-years-old or younger.Taking to Instagram in August, Silvana posted a throwback of the couple's wedding to celebrate their fourth anniversary together, calling Mark, 'the love of her life,' in a touching tribute. I love you more than you could ever know,' the mother-of-one wrote.She added she was proud of her husband for the man he was and was becoming.About 6 million Americans tuned in to watch the finale of Philippoussis' Bachelor-style dating show, Age of Love.The show is aired in Australia on the Seven Network and is a few weeks behind, so Australian fans of Age of Love should not read on if they want to avoid details of the finale.Each week Philippoussis would accompany one or two of the women on a private date, and at the end of each episode would ask all but one of the women if they would continue to see him.
The rejected woman would be eliminated; this continued each week until just one remained.
Unlike other dating shows, there was no wedding proposal or even an "I love you" from Philippoussis when he picked Amanda.
"I don't know what life has in store for us," Philippoussis said. But let's begin this journey." Amanda had other ideas.
Esposito, 36, a New York native, and the Australian tennis star, 32, were engaged this summer.
Philippoussis previously starred on the NBC reality dating show , in which he was asked to choose between women in their 20s and women in their 40s competing for his attention – the “kittens” vs.
Billed as a dating experiment, the 13 women battling for the tennis professional's heart were aged between 21 and 48.