Reality TV shows often create fairy tale endings for contestants, but what happens after the cameras stop rolling? Sofiya Broyan, the famous blogger and host of the reality show “Heart of Broyan,” recently opened up about her breakup with the show’s winner, Alex Freeban.
Last year, “Heart of Broyan” premiered, and viewers watched as Broyan searched for love among a group of men who were not part of the show business world. In the final episode, Broyan and Freeban shared a tender kiss before driving off in a red retro Cadillac to get to know each other better. However, the relationship did not last long, and the couple eventually broke up.
In a recent video on her YouTube channel, Broyan revealed the reason for their breakup. She explained that after the show, she and Freeban continued to communicate, but their relationship fizzled out. Broyan cited her busy schedule as the reason for the breakup, saying that she was constantly working and had little free time. On the other hand, Freeban did not have any business that would distract him 24/7, and he had complaints about their lack of time together.
Broyan also shared some details about Freeban, who is a professional modeler and often appears in advertising campaigns for European brands. According to legend, Freeban is Broyan’s ex-boyfriend, and they broke up before she became famous. He chose a career and went to work in another country.
Despite the breakup, Broyan doesn’t regret not finding love on the show. She is focused on her media projects and has over two million followers on Instagram. Broyan’s fans always look forward to her posts and stories on the social network.
The reality show “Heart of Broyan” may have ended without a fairy tale ending for Broyan and Freeban, but Broyan is now a successful blogger and influencer. She continues to inspire and entertain her fans with her engaging content and down-to-earth personality.
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