Married at First Sight UK 2021: Are any of the couples still together now?

17 August 2022, 14:14 | Updated: 27 September 2022, 15:50

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Are any of the MAFS UK 2021 couples still together now? Here's what we know about the new series...

Married at First Sight UK is finally back on our screens, with eight new couples hoping to find The One.

This time around, dating experts Paul C Brunson, Mel Schilling and Charlene Douglas are in charge of matching the contestants.

But are any of the couples from last year's seres still together and what happened after the show? Find out everything about the sixth season of MAFS…

The MAFS 2021 UK line up
The MAFS 2021 UK line up. Picture: Channel 4

Are any of the MAFS UK 2021 couples still together now?

Yes, there are two MAFS Uk couples still together - Tayah and Adam and Matt and Dan.

Tayah and Adam

Tayah and Adam managed to find love in the experiment and are still together now.

Tayah and Adam are expecting a baby together
Tayah and Adam are expecting a baby together. Picture: Instagram

They said during the reunion episode: "It honestly feels like we’ve been together for years and years and years," with Tayah adding: "I’ve been the luckiest person ever."

The couple have now moved in together, are engaged and have their own puppy called River.

What's more, the MAFS pair are now expecting their first baby together, who they recently announced was a girl.

MAFS stars Adam and Taya reveal baby's gender

Matt and Dan

Matt and Dan from MAFS UK are still together
Matt and Dan from MAFS UK are still together. Picture: Instagram

It's good news for MAFS UK fans, as Dan and Matt are still together and still going strong.

The pair decided to settle in Northern Ireland, with Matt leaving his hometown in Leeds earlier this year.

Speaking in an interview with Belfast Live, Daniel recently said: "[The show] was a real whirlwind adventure. I went in with true intentions to find someone who I could spend the rest of my life with and lo and behold, it worked out just as I hoped, if not better.

"The whole process was really one of complete awe and it was inspiring to be part of it. I made friends from the journey and obviously I met my now husband Matthew who also lives in Portstewart with me.

"He moved over from Leeds to live here on the Causeway Coast and we run Wildbay Retreats together."