Boston Rob the family man! Inside the Survivor contestant’s life raising four girls with wife Amber 16 years after proposing on national TV
He proposed to competitor Amber Brkich on the season finale of Survivor in 2003.
Now, 16 years later, Boston Rob is back on Survivor: Island Of The Idols not just as a mentor, but a family man.
Rob Mariano, 43, joined Instagram at around the time the current season debuted, giving insight into the life he created with wife Amber.
Boston Rob the family man! Rob Mariano joined Instagram at around the time the current season debuted, giving insight into the life he created with wife Amber
The couple had a televised wedding, marrying in 2005 at the Atlantis Paradise Island for the CBS special, Rob and Amber Get Married.
They are now parents to four daughters, Lucia, Carina, Isabetta, and Adelina.
Though he’s only been on Instagram for a few short months, Rob’s account has already been flooded with images of his little girls.
Whether he is building them a tree house or attending a father-daughter dance with his girls, Rob has completely devoted himself to the happiness of his family.
Proud papa! Rob and his four girls, Lucia, Carina, Isabetta, and Adelina, before the father-daughter dance
So in love: Rob posted a throwback of himself holding Amber while competing on Survivor in 2003
He can do it all! Rob posted a photo of the tree house he built for his girls, complete with their initials by the front door
In addition to nurturing his role as doting dad, Rob is still keeping the spark alive with his wife Amber.
The couple couldn’t have looked happier while enjoying a recent date night out together.
Die-hard fans may remember how Rob popped the question to Amber in front of a live studio audience during the season finale of Survivor: All Stars in 2003.
Spark is still alive! The couple couldn’t have looked happier while enjoying a recent date night out together
The pair were the final two contestants of the season, and Rob proposed to Amber just before a winner was announced.
Amber ended up winning the grand prize, leaving the show not just with a million dollars but also an engaged woman.
At the time he joined Survivor: Marquesas in 2002, Rob was focused more on fortune than fame.
She said yes! Amber ended up winning the grand prize, leaving the show not just with a million dollars but also an engaged woman
Bling bling: The newly engaged couple admired the diamond ring
‘I never set out to make a name for myself. I was a kid from Boston who wanted to go on a TV show and try to win a million dollars,’ he told the LA Times.
Survivor: All Stars didn’t mark the end of his career on the series, with Rob returning several more times.
In 2011 he took home $1 million as the winner of Survivor: Redemption Island.
Now Rob is back alongside all-star Sandra Diaz Twine as mentors on season 39 of the series.
In addition to his reality career, Rob is also working behind-the-scenes with his production company, Murlonio Productions, LLC.
The tribe has spoken: Rob has now returned to Survivor alongside all-star Sandra Diaz Twine as mentors on season 39 of the series