THIS is the first picture of Joanne Lees' secret lover in Australia.
He was named in Australian newspapers today as Nick Riley, 30, who worked at a coffee shop near the Sydney bookshop where she had a job.
The pair would meet for sex every Thursday, it was alleged.
His name was revealed as Miss Lees arrived in England after a week of grilling in Darwin by defence lawyers at a committal hearing for the man accused of murdering Peter Falconio, her Huddersfield boyfriend of six years.
Miss Lees, 30, of Almondbury, escaped the Outback attack.
Her stepfather, Vincent James, said at his home in Almondbury, today that he did not want to comment on the reports. "I haven't spoken to Joanne since she arrived back in England, but will today," he said.
Friends were today quoted as telling how Miss Lees and Mr Riley were together on a regular basis for about a month in Australia while she was living with Mr Falconio.
They were part of a small group of English people who would meet in bars and pubs in Sydney.
"Joanne would stay at one of her girlfriend's," a newspaper quoted an acquaintance. "Where she lived with Peter was about 20 minutes' drive away, so it kind of made sense to stay over after drinking." Witnesses said the affair was not serious.
Bradley John Murdoch, 45, is charged with murdering Mr Falconio and kidnapping and assaulting Miss Lees.