Influencers Elle Ferguson and Joel Patful sensationally quit The Block Tree Change while filming its next season earlier this year.

And now, it’s been revealed that Sydney-based couple Rachel Carr and her husband Ryan will take their place in the couple.

In a photo obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Australia, successful hair and makeup artist Rachel is seen ordering supplies from Melbourne’s Reece Plumbing store.

Rachel Carr and her husband Ryan will replace Elle Ferguson and Joel Patful who quit The Block in the show’s next season – The Block Tree Change

In a photo obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Australia, successful hair and makeup artist Rachel is seen ordering supplies from Reece Plumbing store in Melbourne.

In a photo obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Australia, successful hair and makeup artist Rachel is seen ordering supplies from Reece Plumbing store in Melbourne.

Dressed in a pink and navy hi-vis shirt, we hauled supplies and climbed into a car with The Block logo printed on it.

Rachel stars in the series alongside her plumber husband Ryan.

The couple owns a home design and renovation company called The RR Design Co, and has been renovating properties for over 15 years.

Dressed in a pink and navy hi-vis shirt, we hauled supplies and climbed into a car with The Block logo printed on it.

Dressed in a pink and navy hi-vis shirt, we hauled supplies and climbed into a car with The Block logo printed on it.

Rachel stars in the series alongside her plumber husband Ryan. The couple owns a home design and renovation company called The RR Design Co, and has been renovating properties for over 15 years.

Rachel stars in the series alongside her plumber husband Ryan. The couple owns a home design and renovation company called The RR Design Co, and has been renovating properties for over 15 years.

Rachel stars in the series alongside her plumber husband Ryan. The couple owns a home design and renovation company called The RR Design Co, and has been renovating properties for over 15 years.

Rachel showed up in good spirits as she was running errands between takes on the show.

Rachel showed up in good spirits as she was running errands between takes on the show.

Rachel and Ryan are a Sydney-based couple with three children.

Makeup artist Rachel has celebrity clients such as Amy Shark, Tones and Eyes, and Kate Cebrano.

The couple will replace fashion influencer Elle and her star fiancé Joel, who pulled out of the competition just 48 hours into shooting.

The couple made the difficult decision to leave after Joel’s mother Trish fell and broke her neck at her home in Adelaide.

Joel’s mother reportedly broke her tailbone and broke her wrist.

The couple owns a home design and renovation company called The RR Design Co.

They have been renovating properties for over 15 years

Rachael and her husband own a home design and renovation company called The RR Design Co and have been renovating properties for over 15 years.

Fashion influencer Elle Ferguson and her football star fiancée Joel Patful (pictured in Sydney, September 4, 2019) withdrew from the contest just 48 hours after filming began.

Fashion influencer Elle Ferguson and her football star fiancée Joel Patful (pictured in Sydney, September 4, 2019) withdrew from the contest just 48 hours after filming began.

After leaving, Elle, 36, shared a photo of the pair’s suitcases at Melbourne Airport to Instagram and captioned it.

A Channel Nine spokesperson confirmed the departure to Daily Mail Australia and said:

“We wish them the best of luck in their future and are thrilled to be casting two new Australians for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at The Block. will be broadcast on

The couple made the difficult decision to move on after Joel's mother Trish fell and broke her neck in her Adelaide home, according to The Daily Telegraph.

The couple made the difficult decision to move on after Joel’s mother Trish fell and broke her neck in her Adelaide home, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Host Scott Kam later accused the pair of fleeing The Block in the middle of the night and giving no explanation for their departure.

He told News.com.au that Joel’s mother was injured before filming began, but this was no excuse for the couple to throw in the towel.

In fact, he claims they made no excuses.

“They didn’t tell us why they were leaving. They didn’t tell us anything about visiting their sick mother.

“We flew them to Adelaide a week before The Block started and put them in the hotel so they could see them.” [Joel’s mother]and they came back and said all was well,” he added.

“They never spoke to us [about quitting]they just left in the middle of the night.

Scott went on to claim that the couple “never mentioned Joel’s ailing mother in the 48 hours before they left, or after they left.”

Speaking to TV Week on Monday, Scott claimed Bullock would have been ready to temporarily halt production to accommodate the couple’s visit to see Joel’s mother.

“Of course, at The Block, family is first. We stopped production earlier when people had family emergencies,” he said.

Joel's mother reportedly broke her tailbone and fractured her wrist

Joel’s mother reportedly broke her tailbone and fractured her wrist

“And of course I’m not talking about someone visiting their sick mother. The reason is they didn’t give us.”

Scott previously said at the Logie Awards that Elle and Joel were “not Australian” and “poor” for giving up on the competition so soon.

He told TV Tonight: This is unprecedented.

“Forty-five thousand people applied for The Block and won a life-changing prize.

“To me, this is a little less Australian! I’ll try! It’s bad.”

Scott reportedly told other contestants that Elle and Joel left because the renovation show wasn’t “branded” as an influencer for Bondi.

He also said they complained that the “toilet paper was too scratchy”.

A Channel Nine spokesperson confirmed the departure to Daily Mail Australia and said:

A Channel Nine spokesperson confirmed the departure to Daily Mail Australia and said:

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