Married at First Sight UK will return to our screens for a fourth series on Wednesday, March 20th.

The Channel 4 show sees couples who have never met before getting married, with the hopes that love, at first sight, does actually exist.

Here’s a look at which – if any – couples have made it from the previous series, and who is still coupled up now for the 2019 series.

S4: Verity & Jack

Which couples have made it from Married at First Sight?

Well, sadly, none of the couples made it following their stint on the show.

All ten couples who featured on the show did not end up happily ever after, with some relationships lasting longer than others and some having rather dramatic fallouts…

Ben and Stephanie – divorced

Ben Jardine and Stephanie were the most talked about pair to come out of Married at First Sight UK season 3.

Mainly because Ben announced he had cheated on Stephanie before going on their honeymoon whilst he was on the final season of Celebrity Big Brother.

He then had a baby daughter with a mystery woman, who is still not named, all whilst he was meant to be married to Stephanie.

Not cool.

The pair ended in a very sad and very public separation.

Emma and James – divorced

Audiences really thought it was going to work for season 1’s first couple, Emma and James.

They stuck together for 34 weeks, which is longer than any of the other contestants!

Although they didn’t have as turbulent a relationship as Ben and Stephanie, differences got in the way and the couple decided to separate.

So far, the experts have a 100% failure rate at matchmaking, but what does it mean for 2019’s couples?

Who is still together from Married at First Sight UK 2019?

Let’s take a look at what happened with the couples who chose to get married to their paired-up partner in 2019.

Steph and Jonathan

Steph and Jonathan

Past couples on the show have not had such a large age gap as the 10-year gap between Steph and Jonathan.

Both have said they’re keen to find someone to settle down with, but there could be differences with what they are really after.

The show’s relationship psychologist Jo Coker, in an exclusive interview with Reality Titbit, claims that:

The problems in the relationships tend to be quite similar, issues with communication, the division of labour, peoples wishes, hopes and dreams for the future.

As Jonathan approaches 40 and Steph, the age of 30, these two could be at a point in their lives where they are ready to get past the problems that have broken up the show’s previous couples.

Verity and Jack

Jack signed up to the show looking for a love as strong as his parents; they’ve been married 40+ years!

In the beginning, both he and Verity admitted they viewed their relationship as platonic.

But the couple did spend their wedding night together, so there definitely is some chemistry brewing!

As often on Married at First Sight, lots of the couples have ended up as good friends rather than soulmates. Take season 2’s Lucie and Steve as an example.

We can’t say for certain, but there is a strong likelihood that friendship will be the main outcome of this relationship.

 

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