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Carlin Sterritt reflects on why he hasn’t been able to find The One

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Carlin Sterritt reflects on why he hasn’t been able to find The One

Carlin Sterritt reflects on why he hasn’t been able to find The One following his split from Angie Kent and questions why he’s ‘still single’

He confirmed his split from Angie Kent in July after 10 months of dating.

And on Sunday, Carlin Sterritt, 32, reflected on a three-year-old Facebook post where he claimed there was no such thing as the one perfect partner.

‘If The One exists, then all four categories would be met: compatibility, sexual chemistry, spirituality/beliefs, morals/standards and behaviours,’ he wrote in 2017. 

Doubtful: On Sunday, Carlin Sterritt (pictured) reflected on why he hasn’t been able to find The One following his split from Angie Kent

The personal trainer-turned-reality star went on to compare relationships to a ‘dynamic puzzle’.

‘… You can find a good fit, but the puzzle is always changing,’ he said, before noting: ‘The relationships that last are the one’s that are learning to change.’

Underneath the lengthy post, Carlin answered his former self by asking: ‘OK 2017 Carlin… but I’m still single,’ alongside the shrugging emoji. 

Deep: 'If The One exists, then all four categories would be met: compatibility, sexual chemistry, spirituality/beliefs, morals/standards and behaviours,' he wrote in 2017

Deep: ‘If The One exists, then all four categories would be met: compatibility, sexual chemistry, spirituality/beliefs, morals/standards and behaviours,’ he wrote in 2017 

Hitting back! Last week, Carlin broke his silence on hurtful rumours that his relationship with Angie was a carefully orchestrated 'showmance. Pictured together on The Bachelor

Hitting back! Last week, Carlin broke his silence on hurtful rumours that his relationship with Angie was a carefully orchestrated ‘showmance. Pictured together on The Bachelor

It comes just days after the hunky star broke his silence on hurtful rumours that his relationship with Angie was a carefully orchestrated ‘showmance’.

Carlin, who has acted in the past, recently told podcast Beyond the White Room that his intentions were always genuine. 

‘People give those of us who have done acting and stuff in the past such backlash, but we’re genuinely putting ourselves out there,’ Carlin told host Sophie Budack. 

People give those of us who have done acting and stuff in the past such backlash': The 32-year-old, whose acting credits resurfaced while he was on the dating show last year, insisted that his intentions were always genuine

 People give those of us who have done acting and stuff in the past such backlash’: The 32-year-old, whose acting credits resurfaced while he was on the dating show last year, insisted that his intentions were always genuine

He said he ‘was constantly bombarded with people’s opinions’ about his character and intentions while The Bachelorette was airing on TV.

‘This show, it’s you, you’re putting yourself out there… I’m not portraying a character,’ Carlin said, responding to critics who accused him of being ‘fake’.

Carlin and Angie announced their break-up on July 1, after weeks of speculation they had quietly called it quits. 

'This show, it's you, you're putting yourself out there... I'm not portraying a character,' Carlin said, responding to critics who accused him of being 'fake'

‘This show, it’s you, you’re putting yourself out there… I’m not portraying a character,’ Carlin said, responding to critics who accused him of being ‘fake’

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