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Little fashionista in the making! Married At First Sight alum Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli take their son Lucius to Australian Fashion Week

Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli were every inch the proud parents as they took their son Lucius to Australian Fashion Week on Tuesday.

The Married At First Sight stars posed with their one-year-old after arriving to the fashion event in Sydney.

Martha put on a stylish display in navy trousers, a brown T-shirt and matching coloured long vest.

The brunette bombshell completed her look with a pair of brown stilettos and wore large dark sunglasses.

She tied her long locks back and held a large black bag as she posed alongside her fiancé Michael.

Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli were every inch the proud parents as they took their son Lucius to Australian Fashion Week on Tuesday

Michael dressed casually in light blue pants, a white T-shirt and wool vest with a large apple printed on the front.

He held the couple’s adorable son, who was dressed in shorts, a black T-shirt and a pink beanie.

Martha and Michael met and fell in love during the sixth season of MAFS in 2019 and they welcomed their first child Lucius in February last year.

They announced his arrival on Instagram at the time.

‘Lucius Brunelli. He’s here, he’s perfect,’ Martha wrote alongside an image of the newborn wrapped in a baby blanket.

In the comments below the post, Michael, 32, clarified how to pronounce the child’s name, writing, ”LOO-SHUS’, if you’re wondering’.

The Married At First Sight stars posed with their one-year-old son after arriving to the fashion event in Sydney

The Married At First Sight stars posed with their one-year-old son after arriving to the fashion event in Sydney

Following his birth, Martha admitted  she refrains from sharing tips about raising her son with her fans, as she’s scared about receiving backlash from critics.

‘The online parenting and mum community is intense. It’s filled with love, relatable experiences and helpful advice, but it also has a darker side,’ Martha told The Sunday Telegraph.

‘Should you dare to do something a tad different from the next person, you could find yourself at the mercy of thousands of judgmental comments within hours,’ she continued.

‘This kind of pressure can be overwhelming, particularly for a new mum.’

Martha put on a stylish display in navy pants, a brown T-shirt and matching coloured long vest as she posed alongside Michael

Martha put on a stylish display in navy pants, a brown T-shirt and matching coloured long vest as she posed alongside Michael