Arthur wasn't at MAFS UK 2023 reunion last night

We found out why Arthur wasn’t at the MAFS reunion and this is so him it hurts

Arthur is so funny I love him

Last night was the final reunion for the cast of MAFS UK 2023, but straight away they were quick to point out that Nathanial and Arthur weren’t attending. Whilst Nathanial has made a very salty comment about why he didn’t want to be there, it was completely unknown why Arthur had chosen not to go.

But now, we have some answers, and this is so on brand for Arthur it actually hurts. A lot of the cast went straight on an Instagram live after the show, to discuss in depth what went down, and the status of some of their relationships. On one live was Ella, Tasha, JJ and Laura.

In the comments of the live, one person asked why Arthur wasn’t there, and JJ joked: “He was very, very ill.” Tasha and Ella then visibly rolled their eyes, jokingly btw no shade, and then said: “He was hungover, it was a hangover.”

Arthur wasn't at MAFS UK 2023 reunion last night

via E4

When asked if he was “too hungover” to attend the final reunion with the rest of the cast and the experts, Arthur told The Tab: “Something like that yeah.”

Honestly, I love this guy. After showing up for the final dinner party where everyone was dressed like it was a ball at Buckingham Palace in a vest, I expected nothing less. Arthur does what Arthur wants, and I love it for him.

Nathanial said he “couldn’t think of anything worse” than attending the reunion, and Arthur was just rotting after a big night out. I hope that clears up any questions you might have had about the final episodes. You’re welcome!

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