Ruby Rose and Jess Origliasso put on united front

It's believed tension is still mounting between The Veronicas twin sisters Jessica and Lisa Origliasso, after Lisa was accused of opposing to her twin sister's same-sex relationship to actress Ruby Rose.

And the couple put on a united front as they touched down in Australia on Tuesday amid the ongoing feud.

Ruby, 31, and Jessica, 32, flaunted their affection at Melbourne's international terminal, smiling and cuddling up as they walked with their luggage.

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Stronger than ever! Ruby Rose and girlfriend Jess Origliasso put on a united front as they touch down in Australia amid tension with The Veronicas singer's twin sister Lisa

Stronger than ever! Ruby Rose and girlfriend Jess Origliasso put on a united front as they touch down in Australia amid tension with The Veronicas singer's twin sister Lisa

Despite the tough few days behind them, the pair paraded a high-spirited demeanor to passersby and fellow travelers.

The loved-up duo gave each other a hug and wrapped their arms around each in a show of their strong connection.

Ruby appeared to offer to push the heavy trolley, with Jessica happily strolling alongside her lover.

Loved-up! The duo gave each other a hug and wrapped their arms around each in a show of their strong connection

Loved-up! The duo gave each other a hug and wrapped their arms around each in a show of their strong connection

Keeping her close: On Wednesday, Ruby slammed her girlfriend's twin sister online, suggesting her joyous reaction to Australia's same-sex marriage vote outcome was contradictory

Keeping her close: On Wednesday, Ruby slammed her girlfriend's twin sister online, suggesting her joyous reaction to Australia's same-sex marriage vote outcome was contradictory

On Wednesday, Ruby slammed her girlfriend's twin sister online, suggesting her joyous reaction to Australia's same-sex marriage vote outcome was contradictory. 

In a Tweet, she claimed Lisa had commented that the pair should 'feel lucky they don't get stoned to death like they do in other countries', before deleting the post.

'So glad to see Lisa Origliasso screaming in excitement about the yes vote after telling us she thinks we should feel 'lucky' we don't get stoned to death

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