Chloe Szepanoski and Mitch Orval: Couple spark heated debate as they share intimate photo of themselves going to the toilet together – so would you do it?

An Australian influencer couple raised eyebrows on Friday when they shared a photo of them going to the toilet together.

Gold Coast parents Chloe Szepanoski and Mitch Orval, who share two young children, were spotted sitting with their pants down on two toilets in a public toilet.

“Parent life,” they wrote in the caption.

The post sparked discussion on the Instagram watchdog account: @keepingupwithhaussieinfluencerswho reshared the image and asked their fans: ‘Do you and your partner go to the toilet in front of each other?’

Most followers responded “Yes” and said sharing a bathroom while someone uses the toilet is “no problem.”

Australian influencer couple Chloe Szepanoski and Mitch Orval raised eyebrows on Friday when they shared a photo of them going to the toilet together

Meanwhile, others responded to the poll: “No, I could never do that.”

Despite sharing a bathroom, the couple does not sleep in the same bed in their family home.

The pair have been dating for eight years and share two children: Arti, three, and Sunny, one.

The Gold Coast parents, who share two children, captioned the post “parent life”

The post sparked debate on Instagram watchdog account @keepingupwithaussieinfluencers, who reshared the image and asked their fans: “Do you and your partner go to the toilet in front of each other?”

In June, 25-year-old Chloe shared the reality of her and Mitch’s relationship with her Instagram followers, admitting that their lives aren’t as perfect as they seem.

“How has Mitch and your relationship been since expanding your family,” one follower asked, to which Chloe replied, “It’s never perfect!”

She then revealed that the couple does not share the same bed as her two sons often sleep with her.

She continued, “We argue, we disconnect, he sleeps on the couch most of the nights (because he sleeps better).

‘Sleeping with two children he says he sleeps like a Labrador HAHAHA.’

The Gold Coast influencer said she shared this information with her followers because it’s “just honest truths.”

She became even more candid when she opened up about their sex life.

The mum-of-two wrote: ‘We juggle the housework and the kids and if there is time in the evening we watch something or give each other a massage, take a bath and go frolicking.

Despite sharing a bathroom, the couple does not sleep in the same bed in their family home

“And other nights we want to watch our own shows or do our own things.

“It’s a wild ride, but in the end we’re in it together. It almost becomes a mutual understanding and we take what we get.”

Another follower then asked if Chloe still shares a bed with her two children.

The mother shared a photo of herself in bed and wrote: ‘Yes! Sunny starts in his crib in his room and comes to bed around midnight (I’m breastfeeding) and Arti is currently still sleeping in our bed.

“We ordered his bunk bed, but it hasn’t arrived yet, so we’ll be doing the conversion soon.”

The influencers have been praised in the past for being very outspoken online and opening up about both the good and bad parts of their lives.

In 2020, Mitch (pictured), who shot to online fame in his late teens after posting prank videos about his father’s football legend Mark Orval, bravely opened up about his cocaine addiction

In 2020, Mitch, who shot to fame online in his late teens after posting prank videos about his father, footy legend Mark Orval, bravely opened up about his cocaine addiction.

He made headlines after revealing he was almost five months sober after secretly battling an expensive cocaine addiction.

The prankster said he had “absurd” coke binges up to three times a week and had “no control” over himself when he was under the influence.

Mitch decided to get sober after realizing that his cocaine use was affecting his mental and physical health.

“I was terribly, terribly unhappy in my mental state,” he admitted in a YouTube video

“I always put myself in positions where I knew I might drink or do drugs, and I thought something had to change.”