House Rules pair creates stir at coffee drive through
THE visit of two celebrities to a Wyalla coffee shop got Toowoomba residents talking.
Luke and Cody Cook, the Darling Downs stars of House Rules went through the Pump 123 drive through for a coffee at the weekend.
Even the simple act of buying a pick-me-up didn't go unnoticed.
A photo of the visit was posted online and their fans were quick to show their support for the twins.
Allie May said: "Oh my god, I want to meet Luke and Cody so badly."
Katie Boydpratt lives close by and was annoyed she missed seeing the celebrities.
"Omg no way I just live around corner," she said.
The twins are in the final three on the show and Tina Folino Gallo offered her support.
"Stunning work and like how you both make time to help others in need, hope you are the winners good luck."
Margaret Wright is also a fan.
"Really pushing for the boys to win. True gentlemen and deserving of the title. Go boys."
Patricia Edwards said: "I'll make them coffee, anytime."
Vicki Doherty said: "Love them. Hope they win."
Loyal customers also praised their taste in coffee.
Leanne Elton said: "Not only cute as, but have great taste in coffee."
Stephanie Sloan agreed.
"They have great taste in coffee," she said.
Pump declined to comment on the visit.
Their relationship status has been the topic of much speculation after it was reported in May that both boys were single.
Luke, who works as an electrician, told New Idea at the time: "If we found the right girls, we wouldn't knock them back. We wouldn't say no!"
Cody said that the bond he and his fraternal twin share gives them a competitive advantage on the show.
"We work well as a team and we get jobs done. It's definitely an advantage for us. We have 23 years of experience with each other, so we know exactly what each other wants or is thinking."
But in a heartbreaking development for many Darling Downs women, Luke revealed on June 9 that he found a girlfriend.
He wouldn't give many details, including her name - but he did say she was "a keeper".
"She's worth it," he said.
"She's a good girl, lovely."