Married At First Sight UK: Where are the 2021 contestants now and which couples are still together?

By Stephanie Colderick

After an explosive series of Married at First Sight, which saw two Welsh grooms enter the experiment, the programme has now come to an end.

During the popular Channel 4 series, which was screened on All4, Welsh groom Luke experienced a rocky marriage with his wife Morag, which ended with the couple splitting ahead of this week's reunion show.

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Second Welsh groom Jordon had a short stay in the programme as after the first dinner party he kissed another bride Megan, cheating on his wife Alexis.

The show was filmed earlier this year and now the last episode has aired, which couples are still together months down the line and what are the contestants up to now?

Luke and Morag - split
The couple did not stay together (Channel 4)

Welsh groom Luke, 36, from Cardiff was matched and paired Morag, 30, from Essex and although Luke stuck solidly by Morag's side during the process the couple are no longer together.

It was revealed at the reunion that Luke did not call Morag after the show and had changed his mind about the relationship, however, the couple did go on holiday together after the show.

While Luke is continuing with his job as a fireman, he has posted to his Instagram promising to "Do good things for so many people with a small platform" and he also has Cameo account where you can request personalised videos from him.

Jordon and Alexis - split
Welsh groom Jordon and wife Alexis's marriage did not last for long (Channel 4)

Another Cardiff groom was Jordon who is 27 and he was paired with 28-year-old Alexis from London.

Their marriage was very short after Jordon kissed another bride, Megan, at the first dinner party, and then he and Alexis left the show.

Alexis later re-entered the show with another groom, Ant, but that didn't last either.

Jordon is hoping for a career in TV.

Nikita and Ant - split
Nikita and Ant had a explosive and short marriage (E4)

One of the most dramatic marriages was between fiery Nikita, 26, from County Durham and Ant, 28 from Coventry.

Their marriage quickly went sour during the honeymoon as they argued and clashed. After an explosive first dinner party, they both decided to leave the show.

Ant currently models for Brother Models while Nikita is now signed to Unleased Talent Management and has appeared in glossy magazines Closer and Grazia.

Ant and Alexis - split
Despite both Ant and Alexis trying the show for the second time they could not make their relationship work (Channel 4)

After both Ant and Alexis left the show, they decided to try again by pairing with each other after believing there was chemistry between them at the first dinner party.

Sadly this relationship did not work for them either, as they then left the show again going their separate ways.

Alexis has done some modelling since the show and has her own TikTok account.

Megan and Bob - split
Megan and Bob are still friends (Channel 4)

Despite Megan, 25, from Stoke-on-Trent kissing Jordon, she and Bob, 26, from Dorset stayed together and tried to make the marriage work.

Ultimately it didn't work out but Megan and Bob parted as firm friends and have remained in touch since.

Bob has modelled for Array Clothing Co since the show while Megan is pursuing an acting career. She also has a successful TikTok account with over 25,000 followers and where she posts regularly.

Tayah and Adam - together
The couple are now engaged (Channel 4)

The most loved-up couple from the series, Tayah, 25, from Hertfordshire, and Adam, 26, from Doncaster have gone from strength to strength.

They are currently engaged, with the engagement covered by OK magazine and Tayah has moved in with Adam in Doncaster.

Adam has his own TikTok and YouTube channels and Tayah is signed to Rom Com Entertainment.

The couple have also done an exclusive interview with New magazine

Marilyse and Franky - together
Franky and Marilyse are still together with Franky moving back from Dubai (Channel 4)

The oldest couple in the show, Franky, 47, from Leeds, and Marilyse, 36, from Yorkshire have stayed together with Franky moving from Dubai to be closer to Marilyse.

Marilyse is still a personal trainer and Franky is a celebrity trainer and a boxing/MMA referee. He has posted to Instagram saying that he will now be focussing on his job as a trainer.

He said: "It's now time to get my head back into work mode and also back into the gym. I have many career achievements and need to get back at it!"

Daniel and Matt - together
Matt and Dan are still together (Channel 4)

The first same-sex couple on Married at First Sight had an age gap to contend with and Matt, 38, from Leeds, and Daniel, 27, from Northern Ireland are still together.

The pair had a pretty smooth ride during the show as they fell in love with each other and it was revealed during the reunion show that while they had not settled down together, they were still very happy and in love.

Talking on This Morning, they have revealed their plans for Matt to move to Northern Ireland next year.

Dan is the founder of Wildbay Retreats where he runs online meditation classes as well as organises retreats.

The couple have also done an exclusive interview with OK magazine.

Amy and Josh - split
Amy and Josh also split after the show (E4)

Another couple that had a rocky marriage was Amy, 34, from Cornwall, and Josh, 26, from London.

They did choose to recouple at the end of the programme however the relationship did not last and in an emotional post on Instagram Amy said she was now working on herself.

Amy is a columnist for Mirror Football and also works for Racing TV, reporting on horse racing. Josh is a DJ.

All episodes of Married at First Sight are available on All 4.

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