Married at First Sight

"We do not want the same things in love and life": MAFS' Patrick and Belinda confirm their relationship is over

It turns out some fans saw the split coming...

Patrick Dwyer and Belinda Vickers seemed like one of the golden couples of the last season of Married At First Sight, but the pair announced their shock split on Monday.
Fans had hoped the couple's romance would stand the test of time, especially as it seemed just as strong after the cameras stopped rolling.
But both of the former MAFS stars have confirmed their relationship is over in matching messages shared to their Instagram Stories earlier this week.
Belinda shared this photo of her with Patrick in May. Instagram
"We would like to address the current rumours of our split and can confirm we have gone our separate ways," the former MAFS bride and groom both shared.
"We have enjoyed a relationship together for over 9 months however we do not want the same things in love and life.
"We appreciate all the love and support we have received through our journey," the message continued.
Both Belinda and Patrick shared this message to their social media accounts. Instagram
Rumours of their break up first started after fans noticed both Belinda and Patrick were conspicuously absent from one another's social media pages.
It's been just over a month since the couple last appeared together on Patrick's Instagram, with a photo of the two walking through a park together and the caption: "I guess reality TV can work".
Meanwhile, Belinda hadn't featured Patrick on her social media since late May.
The most telling sign that the couple had split was in Patrick's follower count as it appears the reality star has unfollowed everyone from their season of the show, including Belinda.
The personal trainer recently revealed he and Belinda had been physically separated due to COVID.
"Bel is currently in quarantine, so I can't see her for a while. But here's a short cute video of our time on MAFS," he wrote, alongside a compilation clip.
This article originally appeared on our sister site, New Idea.