Luke Jay MAFS UK

Jay from MAFS UK admits she ‘still has a lot of feelings’ for ex-husband Luke

But says they won’t be getting back together

Luke and Jay left MAFS UK together after being removed from the experiment after Luke started a fight with Jordan, and it initially looked like they were going to stay together for the long haul after going on holiday together. But after Jay arrived alone at the MAFS UK reunion she explained that she had feelings for Luke but they were not reciprocated.

However, when Luke was asked via the honesty box how he really felt about Jay, he broke down saying he had been made to feel “inadequate,” adding he tried harder with his wife than in any other relationship.

And now Jay has said that she “still has a lot of feelings” for Luke and she’ll “never speak badly about him.” In an interview, Jay explained: “I’m not gonna lie, I still do have a lot of feelings for the boy, you know, he’s been a massive part of my life now. And I’m so grateful that I met him and shared that experience with him.

“It is sad that it didn’t work out but it is what it is. There’s nothing that we can do to change it now. I mean, we do still speak and, you know, we are very supportive of each other.

“I’ll never speak badly about him, because he was my rock throughout the whole entire thing. He’s built my confidence up. And, yeah, he’s been a massive part of my journey.”

Since leaving the show Jay has been absolutely thriving and living her best single life, captioning one of her Instagram posts with “Divorce looks good on me.” Meanwhile Luke isn’t letting go of his feud with Jordan, with the two scheduled to have a boxing match to put aside their differences once and for all.

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