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Rhonda And Ketut Have Had A Baby Together In New AAMI Advert

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Rhonda And Ketut Have Had A Baby Together In New AAMI Advert

Rhonda and Ketut are back on Australian TV screens after a seven-year hiatus.

The two icons are starring in a new AAMI commercial and they have a beautiful baby this time round.

The two became national sensations when the insurance company ran a series of ads that chronicled their relationship.

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Rhonda Mandy (McElhinney) met Ketut (Kadek Mahardika) while she was on holiday and he eventually moved to Australia to be with her.

But we never got to see their lives blossom as the ad series ended in 2014, according to News Corp.

AAMI has decided to revive the couple for a new vaccination campaign that features the two legends.

"Rhonda and Ketut, the iconic couple known for their Balinese love story, sunglass tans, 'beautiful brake feet' and penchant for safe driving have taken a break from Australian TV screens for almost a decade to raise their three kids away from the prying eyes of the media," the company said in a statement.

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"Their return to TV is in the national interest - to encourage their fellow Aussies to roll up their sleeves and 'vax up'."

The new ad sees Ketut tell Aussies to 'keep your eyes on the future' before he rolls up his sleeve to show his recent Covid-19 vaccination.

The camera then pans to Rhonda sitting on a deck chair outside with their baby.

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She tells everyone to 'vax up...like a sunrise'.

Lisa Harrison, the chief executive of insurance at AAMI owner Suncorp, said they wanted to bring in the big gun for their Covid-19 message.

She said in a statement: "We understand the significant impact COVID-19 continues to have on our customers, our people and our communities, which is why we strongly support the need for a rapid, efficient, safe and effective vaccination strategy for Australia.

"It's also why we've launched our own call to arms campaign proactively encouraging Australians to take action, as getting vaccinated is our ticket to a more 'normal' existence and getting back to doing what we love."

Featured Image Credit: AAMI

Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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