These are the Married at First Sight Australia couples who are still together
Wow I wonder if Jess and Dan went the distance?
The time difference between the UK and Australia is pretty significant. While we’re wearing scarves and mittens, they’re on the beach having festive BBQs. While we’re just getting to the end of Married at First Sight Australia, the couples in the show have been out of the experiment and living their lives for the past two years. Of course, we want to know which couples from Married at First Sight Australia are still together.
In that time, some have strengthened their bonds and others have inevitably gone their separate ways. Sure, we saw an update at the drama-filled reunion, but what about now?
So, here are the Married at First Sight Australia season six couples who stayed together and those who split up.
Jules and Cam
After Cam adorably proposed to Jules during their final vows, things seemed to be going well for the show’s most steady couple.
And they still are – the pair got married in real life, and had a baby together in October. They’ve now moved into a place together and post adorable pictures with baby Oliver.
Martha and Michael
Despite a bit of tension over whether they’d live in Sydney or Melbourne, Michael and Martha are still together and living in Sydney – so Martha got her way.
While they’re not married, they do make adorable YouTube vidoes together.
Jessika and Dan
When Jess swapped Mick for Dan, it seemed certain they’d go the distance. Relationships which start like that always do.
Sadly (or not, depending on your perspective) the two didn’t last. A host of cheating rumours did for the two. Dan told Yahoo! Lifestyle: “Me and Jess have split, let’s get that straight. We have broken up.
“There’s allegations coming out that we’re still together. She’s saying we’re still together. We are not together.”
Jess is now dating rapper Filip Poznanovic, while Dan is seeing a model named Amira Marotous.
Heidi and Mike
Heidi and Mike seemed to have found a way to make things work after the final vows. But then, in Heidi’s words, “it all went to shit”.
Speaking at the grand reunion, she said: “We got to the end and we got to the final vows and we told each other that we loved each other, I moved everything to the Gold Coast and then it just went to shit. It was great for like two days and then it just went to shit. And then I haven’t spoken to him since.”
Ning and Mark
Now, of course Mark pretty brutally dumped Ning at the altar, so clearly they weren’t together as the show ended.
They didn’t get back together, either, but there’s reportedly been a detente – they’re back talking to each other, but strictly as friends. Both are now in relationships with new people.
Cyrell and Nic
Nic and Cyrell didn’t make it to the end of the experiment. But in good news, Cyrell has found happiness elsewhere, giving birth to a baby called Boston.
Susie and Billy
In case you needed reminding, Susie and Billy are absolutely not still together. The combustible pairing didn’t survive the experiment, and both have gone their separate ways.
Susie is now pregnant with her first child, and engaged to rugby player Todd Carney. Billy – while he’s not playing as the Aussie Eddie Hearn – is reportedly going out with snowboarder Rani Siregar.
Mel and Dino
Yeah, no. There really wasn’t any coming back from the phone call recording/bitching about your husband mutual breakdown in trust, and it’s safe to say these two haven’t secretly reunited after the show.
Ines and Bronson
Again, it all fell apart early into the show and never recovered. Poor Bronson – he’ll always have his onesie.
Elizabeth and Sam
The Ines/Sam cheating scandal fatally wounded Sam and Elizabeth’s already non-existent bond. But Elizabeth got a second bite at the apple – appearing on Married at First Sight Australia the following year.
Lauren and Matt
What a rollercoaster this was. After losing his virginity to Lauren, Matt put his foot in it by declaring – at a dinner party no less – that he just wasn’t attracted to her. That sunk their battleship, and both have now moved on.
We’ll always have the unbelievably awkward “what about threesomes?” conversation, though.