TV lovebirds Rhonda and Ketut to return in new AAMI vaccination campaign

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It’s been nearly a decade since their steamy Balinese romance captured our hearts and now cult TV couple Rhonda and Ketut are set to return to our screens.

The loved-up duo – whose romance over a series of AAMI ads ended happily in 2014 – will return this weekend as the insurance company mounts a vaccination push.

Rhonda and Ketut: Australia's greatest love story will be used in a new vaccination push.
Camera IconRhonda and Ketut: Australia's greatest love story will be used in a new vaccination push. Credit: Supplied

“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,” AAMI said.

“Their return to TV is in the national interest – to encourage their fellow Aussies to roll up their sleeves and ‘vax up’.”

The special TV commercial is due to air from Saturday.

Rhonda and Ketut – played by actors Mandy McElhinney and Kadek Mahardika – will join AAMI’s current stable of stars, including Keith and the Queens of Broken Heel and the always helpful AAMI representatives for the campaign.

Lisa Harrison, the chief executive of insurance at AAMI owner Suncorp, said the new ads aligned with the brand’s role in supporting communities to get back on their feet.

Rhonda and Ketut: Australia's greatest love story will be used in a new vaccination push.
Camera IconRhonda and Ketut: Australia's greatest love story will be used in a new vaccination push. Credit: Supplied

“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.”

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