She’s one contestant on My Kitchen Rules who’s ready to battle it out for $250,000 prize money.
But social influencer and blogger Betty showed a softer side on Monday’s season premiere.
The brunette Beauty – who hails from NSW – revealed her sweet tattoo tribute to her mother, who went blind when Betty was just three-years-old.
Softer side: Social influencer and blogger Betty (right) showed a softer side on Monday’s season premiere of My Kitchen Rules when she got emotional talking about her mother, who went blind when she was three-years-old
Prized possession: Betty told the cameras that the ink of her mother is her favourite
‘My most favourite tattoo would be of my mother,’ Betty said, showcasing the marking on her arm.
‘My mum lost her sight when I was three, so growing up for her, I was her hands and her eyes,’ she said to camera.
‘Everything I do, I do for her,’ she added.
She also revealed she has rose tattoos on her upper arm, because they are her mother’s ‘favourite flowers.’
Betty told her fellow contestants at the dinner table that her mother got ‘really excited’ when she heard Betty was going on the show.
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‘She started crying out of happiness’: Betty told her fellow contestants at the dinner table that her mother got ‘really excited’ when she heard Betty was going on the show
‘She started crying out of happiness,’ Betty said.
Betty is appearing on the show alongside her friend David, who describes her as being ‘really hot.’
The duo are dubbed the ‘#JustFriends’ pair, to explain that their relationship is purely platonic.
On Monday’s episode, ‘Tassie sweethearts’ Damo and Caz were the first of the teams to have an instant restaurant.
Close: Betty is appearing on the show alongside her friend David, who describes her as being ‘really hot’
The electrician and social worker – who are married and share children together – wanted to whip up a three-course meal that would show off Tasmania’s finest ingredients.
They served a truffle and cauliflower soup with rustic crusty bread for entree, a steak, duck fat potatoes, green beans and Bearnaise sauce for main, followed by a dessert of apple crumble cheesecake with stewed rhubarb.
The couple scored a total score of 62 points out of a possible 100 from the judges and teams.
Betty and David are set to get into the kitchen for their instant restaurant, on the next episode.