Bachelor beauty finds best friend in fellow contestant

Former The Bachelor contestants Kiki Morris and Noni Janur are now living together in Bondi Beach.
Former The Bachelor contestants Kiki Morris and Noni Janur are now living together in Bondi Beach.

TOOWOOMBA beauty Noni Janur may not have found love with Richie Strahan on The Bachelor but she did find a best friend. 

Ms Janur and fellow contestant Kiki Morris have been inseparable since filming wrapped up.

The pair has since made appearances at nightclubs and society events in Sydney.

Now the 25-year-old swimwear designer has left Queensland to move to Bondi Beach with Ms Morris.

She made the move earlier this week and plans to spend the summer at Bondi Beach.

Ms Janur took to instagram to share her excitement.



"I must have done something right for this universe to bring us together," she wrote.

"I am so lucky to have to you my life Joban.

"You mean more to me then you could ever imagine. I can't believe we are roomies now can't wait for our new life together. Love you bubba."

The day she moved Ms Janur posted another status to social media.

"Today's the day I'm moving to Sydney. All types of emotions going on but it's definitely going to be a great adventure," she wrote.

"Change is always good plus I get to live with one of my besties. Summer in Bondi, let the good times begin."

The pair isn't the only The Bachelor contestants to have formed a bond after the show wrapped up with Megan Marx and Tiffany Scanlon recently announcing they were dating.

Topics:  noni janur the bachelor toowoomba

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