The Bachelor star Emma Roche looks back on becoming an Australian citizen

'A decade in the difference!' The Bachelor's Emma Roche looks back on becoming an Australian citizen and her time on a 'silly TV show'

By Tom Place For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 07:52 GMT, 1 January 2020 | Updated: 07:52 GMT, 1 January 2020

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Emma Roche has had a mixed year in 2019 after she was turned down by Matt Agnew on The Bachelor.

But the 32-year-old took a more positive perspective on Tuesday as she looked back on what was an eventful decade.

The reality star uploaded two pictures that showed her 10 years apart. 

'A decade in the difference': The Bachelor's Emma Roche (pictured) has looked back on becoming an Australian citizen and her time on a 'silly TV show'

'A decade in the difference': The Bachelor's Emma Roche (pictured) has looked back on becoming an Australian citizen and her time on a 'silly TV show'

She began the post: 'A decade in the difference!'

'I moved over 17,000 kilometres to the other side of the world from Ireland to Australia and became an Australian citizen after seven long years,' she said.

Then Emma appeared to take a swipe at The Bachelor, as she listed her many achievements.

Happier times: Emma starred on the seventh season of The Bachelor and appeared to take a swipe at the program by noting that she appeared on 'a silly TV show'. Pictured with Matt Agnew

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