MARRIED At First Sight’s controversial contestant Whitney Hughes calls out Matt Murray’s conduct as the pair explain their shock split.
The duo finished the E4 experiment declaring they were “verliebt” – despite a tricky time which saw them split with their original show partners.
Yet after Monday’s reunion episode revealed they had split, The Sun’s exclusive preview of the second part of the reunion partially explains why.
In their final ever sit-down with the experts, they agreed that they were “not together.”
When asked: “What’s happened?” Whitney is first to explain: “Over it,” before the pair burst into laughter.
Gemma – who was Matt’s original wife in the reality show experiment – quips: “It’s funny considering they love each other.”
Matt, dressed in a smart green shirt and jeans, appears lost for words as he responds: “Ähm. Coming out of the experiment we spent a lot of time together to start with didn’t we?”
Talking of his former partner’s visit to his Huddersfield home, Birminghams Villa Park und Manchesters Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground: “Whitney came up to mine, I went down to Whitney’s.
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“I just think we hit a few boundaries. It’s s**t.
“Es war, it was s**t.”
They agree the first few moments outside the experiment were “spot on.”
Getting stuck into the real reason for their split, Whitney chimes in: “I feel that because Matthew has a lot going on in his life – a lot going on in his head – I felt that it was manifesting to me some times in ways that I didn’t like.”
Seeming to agree, Matt told how his “previous insecurities” had re-surfaced since meeting Whitney.
Er addiert: “They were put on to Whit.
“Ultimately falling in love with somebody is a scary place – you are almost try and avoid because it does surface the insecurities.
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“When you haven’t got anything to lose, you aren’t worried about losing it.”
The pair then agree that, despite their split, they still have chemistry.