Model Maria Thattil sparks romance rumours with TikTok star Jorgee Rae

Miss Universe Australia Maria Thattil sparks romance rumours with TikTok star Jorgee Rae almost a year after she came out as bisexual on I’m a Celebrity

Former Miss Universe Australia Maria Thattil has been caught exchanging flirty messages online with aspiring influencer Jorgee Rae.

Jorgee, from Melbourne, is openly gay and often posts about LGBT issues on social media using the hashtag #LesbiansofTikTok.

While it’s unclear if the pair are dating or just friends, the two women certainly seem to have grown close in recent months.

Former Miss Universe Australia Maria Thattil (left) has been caught exchanging flirty messages online with aspiring influencer Jorgee Rae (right)

Former Miss Universe Australia Maria Thattil (left) has been caught exchanging flirty messages online with aspiring influencer Jorgee Rae (right)

Photos on Jorgee’s Instagram account show the duo looking cosy together.

Maria, a model and 9Honey columnist, has tellingly commented ‘Dream girl’ and ‘wowweeeeeee’ on several of Jorgee’s posts.

Not much is known about Jorgee, although she did reveal in her coming-out video that she was born in Australia in 1993.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Maria for comment. 

Jorgee (pictured), from Melbourne, is openly gay and often posts about LGBT issues on social media using the hashtag #LesbiansofTikTok

Jorgee (pictured), from Melbourne, is openly gay and often posts about LGBT issues on social media using the hashtag #LesbiansofTikTok 

Her sexuality is no secret, as she regularly uses the hashtag #LesbiansofTikTok when posting on the popular social media app.

Maria came out as bisexual in January this year while a contestant on Channel 10’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

She reflected on this milestone moment on National Coming Out Day in October. 

Not much is known about Jorgee, although she did reveal in her coming-out video that she was born in Australia in 1993

Not much is known about Jorgee, although she did reveal in her coming-out video that she was born in Australia in 1993 

‘If I could be closeted a year ago and 365 days later be comfortable talking about strap-ons, then I believe in you,’ she told her fans.

‘I see you, I love you. Happy Coming Out Day to all the girls, gays and theys.’ 

In April, Maria revealed she was no longer scared of dating women in public, after previously admitting she was worried how it might be perceived.

Maria came out as bisexual in January while a contestant on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! She reflected on this milestone moment on National Coming Out Day in October

Maria came out as bisexual in January while a contestant on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! She reflected on this milestone moment on National Coming Out Day in October 

‘I’m no longer scared of the narrative being taken out of my hands,’ she told Who.

‘I’ve been dating casually for about a year, some men and some women, and I don’t care anymore who sees or what they say.’

Maria, a second-generation Australian born to Indian immigrants, also discussed her passion for activism which stemmed from her ‘lived experiences’.

‘I’ll always be brown and queer,’ she said. ‘Activism isn’t about a hashtag; it’s about showing up for what you believe in every day.’

In April, Maria revealed she was no longer scared of dating women in public, after previously admitting she was worried how it might be perceived

In April, Maria revealed she was no longer scared of dating women in public, after previously admitting she was worried how it might be perceived 

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