MAFS UK couple reveal they're getting married for REAL after meeting on the show | The Sun

ONE of Married At First Sight's biggest success stories are set to get hitched for the second time.

While the nuptials on E4's hit reality TV series look utterly convincing there are not legally binding.

Instead, Married at First Sight couples have the option to have a 'real' wedding at the end of the series – if the have managed to survive the numerous commitment ceremonies and dinner parties.

A spokesperson for the show previously told “Following the Australian format, rather than legal marriages, the couples will make a lifelong commitment to one another at a glamorous ceremony.

"This is overseen by a wedding celebrant, that includes guests, bridal gowns, dancing, speeches and cake.” 

Now one of the programme's biggest success stories has revealed plans for a white winter wedding.

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Tayah Victoria had been single for around 10 months before appearing on Married At First Sight in 2021 – and she's only spenta handful of days away from her groom Adam Aveling since.

The pair share a daughter and have now decided to make their nuptials official with a December ceremony.

Talking of the ceremony to OK! Magazine, Adam said: "I'm really excited about it, it's going to be a magical day, a Christmas wedding and everyone will dressed up in black tie."

Tayah added: "I wanted a really romantic theme, really cosy, so lots of candles, white flowers.

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"This wedding will be a lot more special, we could only have six people at our MAFS wedding so I'm looking forward to having all of our friends and family in the same room celebrating such a magical day and actually making it legal.

"We did want to get married at the same venue as before but we thought when it's in the UK you can never predict the weather."

The pair have stayed super close since saying I Do first time around.

Adam added of the couple, who live in Doncaster: "Since the day at the alter we've barely had a day apart, the only time we do is maybe one or two days."

Welwyn Garden City-born Tayah added: “It feels like you're losing your right arm or something you need every day when we're apart.”

Tayah previously worked as an estate agent before finding fame on MAFS. 

Meanwhile, Adam juggled work as an electrician with being a fitness model.

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