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Ali Oetjen talks candidly about her heartbreak after splitting from Taite Radley on SAS Australia

‘I still think he’s my soulmate’: An emotional Ali Oetjen talks candidly about her heartbreak after splitting from Taite Radley as she reveals she feels ‘a bit empty’ on SAS Australia

An emotional Ali Oetjen spoke candidly about her recent breakup with Taite Radley during Monday’s episode of SAS Australia.

The 34-year-old was pulled into an interrogation with the show’s DS (directing staff), after they noticed her lack of focus during the day’s earlier challenges.

Ali revealed she suffers from anxiety, brought on by her fame and ‘not knowing how to deal with it’.

Heartbroken: An emotional Ali Oetjen spoke candidly about her recent breakup with Taite Radley during Monday’s episode of SAS Australia

She then spoke about Taite, 30, who she split from in July after two years of dating, following their initial meeting on The Bachelorette back in 2018.

‘It went really well. It was definitely worth my time…’ she said, after being asked about her stint on the reality dating show, before trailing off in tears. 

She added: ‘I met an amazing man, and we spent two amazing years together… He didn’t want the same things that I wanted. I still think he’s my soulmate, but our timelines are different.’

Emotional: The 34-year-old was pulled into an interrogation with the show's DS (directing staff), after they noticed her lack of focus during the day's earlier challenges

Emotional: The 34-year-old was pulled into an interrogation with the show’s DS (directing staff), after they noticed her lack of focus during the day’s earlier challenges

'I met an amazing man, and we spent two amazing years together... He didn't want the same things that I wanted. I still think he's my soulmate, but our timelines are different,' Ali said of her ex, Taite Radley (pictured)

‘I met an amazing man, and we spent two amazing years together… He didn’t want the same things that I wanted. I still think he’s my soulmate, but our timelines are different,’ Ali said of her ex, Taite Radley (pictured)

The show’s DS told her she needed to move on, as Jason Fox informed her: ‘It’s not going to help you going forward in the rest of your life.’ 

As a heartbroken Ali began to get increasingly upset, Ollie Ollerton reminded her to ‘just breathe’ and ‘relax’. 

‘I kind of feel a bit empty. I’m trying,’ she continued, in between floods of tears, before confessing she was planning on returning home to live with her parents to regroup. 

'I kind of feel a bit empty. I'm trying,' she continued, in between floods of tears, before confessing she was planning on returning home to live with her parents to regroup

‘I kind of feel a bit empty. I’m trying,’ she continued, in between floods of tears, before confessing she was planning on returning home to live with her parents to regroup

Earlier in the episode, Ali suffered a panic attack after being forced to repeatedly submerge herself in the icy cold ocean alongside her fellow recruits during an endurance challenge.

But Ali found herself being pushed to the brink, and was almost forced to quit the show after struggling to regain her composure.

‘I have panic attacks. That feeling of a panic attack, no control, everything is overwhelming, and it’s like your body’s going into shutdown,’ she later explained.

Freaking out: Earlier in the episode, Ali suffered a panic attack after being forced to repeatedly submerge herself in the icy cold ocean alongside her fellow recruits during an endurance challenge

Freaking out: Earlier in the episode, Ali suffered a panic attack after being forced to repeatedly submerge herself in the icy cold ocean alongside her fellow recruits during an endurance challenge

As Ali struggled to keep her head above the water, chief instructor Ant Middleton yelled at her to ‘calm down’.

‘I don’t want to do this… Cold,’ a pale Ali cried, while shaking and sobbing. 

‘Get a grip of yourself. Get a grip of yourself, you’re better than this! Calm the f**k down!’ Ant shouted, as she continued to shiver.  

Taking on water: As Ali struggled to keep her head above the water, chief instructor Ant Middleton yelled at her to 'calm down'

Taking on water: As Ali struggled to keep her head above the water, chief instructor Ant Middleton yelled at her to ‘calm down’

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