She debuted her relationship with Rob Mason in October 2021.
But Melissa Leong’s relationship with the cosmetics entrepreneur appears to be on rocky ground, with the MasterChef judge recently unfollowing Mason on Instagram.
She also appears to have deleted all photos of her former beau from her page.
Mason however still follows Leong on social media.
Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Leong and her representatives for comment.
Melissa Leong’s relationship with cosmetics entrepreneur Rob Mason appears to be on rocky ground, with the MasterChef judge recently unfollowing Mason on Instagram. Both pictured in 2022
The cookbook author debuted her romance with Mason just 10 months after her split with ex-husband Joe Jones.
She first appeared on Rob’s Instagram page in August 2021, before finally making things official two months later.
The apparent split comes just days after Leong was seen getting emotional at a private funeral for her late MasterChef co-star Jock Zonfrillo.
Family and friends of the late Jock Zonfrillo made an emotional exit from a Sydney chapel on Saturday morning as they farewelled the celebrity chef.
The Masterchef judge, who died on April 30 aged 46, was laid to rest in a private funeral surrounded by a small group of family and friends.
Leong recently unfollowing Mason on Instagram. She also appears to have deleted all photos of her former beau from her page
Zonfrillo’s widow Lauren Fried, who shares children, Alfie, six, and Isla, two, with her late husband, was among the pallbearers who led a close-knit of mourners into the small chapel to celebrate his life.
She embraced Zonfrillo’s fellow Masterchef judge Andy Allen before the pair carried in his coffin with four other men.
Zonfrillo’s coffin was covered with the Royal Banner of Scotland and adorned with white orchids. The Royal Banner was a nod to the chef’s Scottish heritage. He was born and raised in Glasgow.
The service inlucded eulogies from Fried and Ava Zonfrillo, one of Jock’s adult daughters from an earlier marriage.
Fried remembered her late husband as a sensitive man with a big heart.
Family and friends of the late Jock Zonfrillo made an emotional exit from a Sydney chapel on Saturday morning as they farewelled the celebrity chef. Zonfrillo’s widow Lauren Fried (pictured), led a close-knit of mourners out of the chapel while carrying her husband’s coffin
‘We were two halves that found each other in the exaxt right moment in life when we were ready,’ she said.
‘We were ready for that big love, to live a life of adventure, to become parents together, to imagine thngs and to actually make them happen.’
A Scottish marcher played the bagpipes as the pallbearers exited the chapel.
Guests exited the venue in silence, while Allen looked visibly emotional – breaking down in tears while carrying Zonfrillo’s coffin.
As guests arrived for the morning service, a black and white photograph of Zonfrillo was also placed inside the Sydney chapel.
Jock Zonfrillo was laid to rest on Saturday morning in a private funeral surrounded by a small group of family and friends.
Fellow MasterChef judge Andy Allen is pictured carrying Zonfrillo’s coffin, which was covered with the Royal Banner of Scotland and adorned with white orchids
Guests were dressed head-to-toe in black as friends, family, and notable stars solemnly led the arrivals.
Among those who attended were Leong – who was visibly emotional and comforted by her friends as she went inside – her fellow MasterChef judge Andy Allen and his pregnant wife Alex Davey, former Masterchef judge George Calombaris, and celebrity chef Shannon Bennett.
Other TV chefs who turned out to pay their respects included My Kitchen Rules stars Manu Feidel and Colin Fassnidge, as well as Miguel Maestre and Matt Moran.
Jock Zonfrillo is pictured with his wife Lauren Fried
Fried, who shares children, Alfie, six, and Isla, two, with her late husband, 46, led a close-knit of mourners into a small Sydney chapel on Saturday morning to celebrate his life. All pictured
Irish-born Fassnidge was distraught following the sombre farewell and was seen holding his hand to his face and he fought back tears.
Feidel wrapped his arm around Moran as they comforted each other while leaving the emotional service.
Jimmy Barnes had arrived alone to the memorial, but was later joined by daughter Mahalia as they sang Amazing Grace together, while former Australian of the Year Grace Tame attended with her fiancé Max Heerey.
Wheelchair tennis champion and 2022 Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott also paid his respects.
Following the memorial, Fassnidge shared a photo of his hand grasping a glass of whiskey on the rocks as he and a group of others attended a ‘random pub’.
The grief-stricken celebrity chef sat at a tartan-patterned tablecloth – the pattern is often associated with Scotland, where Zonfrillo was born, as Scottish kilts most often have tartan patterns.
‘Very fitting the random pub we drop in for a farewell whiskey,’ he wrote alongside the photo.
The service has been kept firmly under wraps by Fried, who sent out invitations for the Sydney interment earlier this week.
They were accompanied with strict instructions for family and celebrity friends to not reveal any details about the funeral.
Fried also revealed to guests there would be no wake held after the burial, an attendee told the publication on Saturday.
‘The family just wants it to happen without any of the attention his death has attracted, which has understandably been overwhelming,’ they said.
The funeral patron added: ‘They’re trying to keep it as personal as they can. It’s critical they be given the space to do that.’
Zonfrillo’s coffin has been covered with the Royal Banner of Scotland and ‘adorned with white orchids’, according to The Saturday Telegraph. The coffin was carried into the chapel by five men and Fried as a Scottish marcher played the bagpipes
Zonfrillo was found dead by police at a hotel in Melbourne ‘s inner-north at about 2am on Monday, the same day Channel 10 was meant to premiere the fifteenth season of MasterChef Australia