Share this article Share And tonight's finale finds the couple on a make or break holiday in Cyprus, during which a distraught Stephanie is seen sobbing at the table in a romantic restaurant after a row. She also opens up about their dwindling sex life on the show, saying of her new husband: It is making me feel less secure.
In order to establish their varying personalities, likes and dislikes and morals candidates go through a series of hurdles so that they can be best placed.
Those applying to the show are subjected to workshops, interviews, background checks, various tests and personality questionnaires some of which can take over 12 hours to complete. Ben flew to Portugal to seal a property deal, but avoided his wife's texts while there and even refused to tell her where he was staying. Meanwhile fans of the show saw their fellow newlyweds, Harriet and Richard, turn to resident relationship expert Jo Coker as they struggled to establish a romantic spark.
But their prospects still appear bleak in Thursday night's finale, with Harriet admitting to finding it hard to view her new husband in a romantic light. Of the thousands of people who applied to take part in the TV experiment, Harriet and Richard presented the strongest match according to the data experts used to assess compatibility.
The other couple Harriet and Richard struggle to connect as she admits she doesn't feel any chemistry with him In a last ditch attempt to salvage things, Harriet and Richard plan a string of dates, from a romantic night at the theatre to a fun trip to an ice rink. Both couples' decisions will be revealed in tonight's episode at 9pm.
In the last episode Stephanie had said she could see herself falling in love with Ben Stephanie and Ben had hit it off instantly as they met for the first time at the altar to get married It was a slow burner for Harriet and Richard as she was shy and awkward during the ceremony The Married at First Sight finale airs tonight at 9pm on Channel 4 And the not so happily ever afters: Where are the Married at First Sight couples now?
Jason and Kate split after it was revealed that the groom had signed up to dating app Tinder He revealed the couple never consummated the relationship and said: Sam and Jack never made it down the aisle, they did enjoy a few months dating but also eventually parted Sam quit the show but eventually the pair met and fell for each other organically.
However, just a few months later the couple were reported to have split. Jack said at the time: Rather unexpected and a bit sad but there you go. Caroline and Adam were the longest lasting couple from series two but they too parted ways with the bride selling her dress online An eagle-eyed fan noticed the pair were not ringing the New Year in together and when asked if they had split, Caroline simply replied: Lucie and Steve had a very short lived marriage of just six weeks before splitting The couple were only able to withstand the lacklustre relationship for a grand total of six weeks.
Despite going their separate ways the pair are said to have remained friends, occasionally meeting for a coffee. Fan favourites Melissa and Clark gave their marriage a good go, but despite their efforts chose to go their separate ways The comitted groom even showed his commitment to his mystery bride by making the move from London to Milton Keynes.
However, despite fans' pleas for the couple to stay married the relationship deterioated and the pair split after five months of marriage. Sara and Adam's wedding went well but the honeymoon was less successful and the pair parted after three months Sara was left fuming after Adam got a little carried away with the wine and he received some stern words. While it may not have been the best start, eight weeks into the relationship Sara moved in to Adam's flat in the hope to give their marriage a go.
However, it wasn't to be and a month later the couple split though admitted that they hadn't regretted the process and remain friends. Stephanie and Ben had hit it off instantly as they met for the first time at the altar to get married They couldn't keep their hands off each other during their honeymoon, but things quickly turned sour when they struggled to live together. Ben got cold feet and his behaviour started to worry his new bride, as he left his wedding ring at home, stopped sleeping with her and even fled to Portugal without telling her where she was staying.
Despite a few niggles, the pair decided to stay married and spoke about having a family together in the future. Richard tried his best to make his new wife feel comfortable and tried to woo her with romantic dates, but Harriet never felt the spark.
Harriet and Richard never really hit it off as she didn't feel any chemistry for the police sergeant In the series finale they said they were filing for divorce after sleeping in separate bedrooms just a week into living together.
The couple decided to remain friends, but Richard expressed regret that they hadn't given the marriage another chance. Advertisement Share or comment on this article: Married at First Sight couple Ben and Stephanie stop having sex.