MAFS groom reveals secret connection with fellow bride BEFORE show as he reveals they’re ‘almost together’

A British groom on Married at First Sight has revealed a secret connection with another bride from before the show.

In a MAFS UK twist, the groom revealed he “almost dated another of the contestants” who were the officiators of their respective TV weddings.

Georges revealed that he knew one of the other brides before the show


Georges revealed that he knew one of the other brides before the showPhoto credit: Instagram
He and Ella


He and Ella “slid into each other’s DMs” after meeting at a clubPhoto credit: Shutterstock

Georges Berthonneau has said that he already knew Ella Morgan Clark and that they “slid into each other’s DMs” after previously meeting.

Appears on “Divorced!” Beheaded! Thrived! Speaking on the podcast, Georges, who tied the knot with Peggy Rose for the experiment, said: “I actually knew Ella five years ago when I lived in Bristol.

“I think we originally met at a club, I’m not sure. Or we ended up in each other’s direct messages at some point.”

“We wanted to go out for a drink, we never did. And then Ella was obviously a dancer and I ran into her at the bar a few times.”

Confirming he didn’t get a dance from Ella, Georges added: “Seriously, I never get dances, but yeah, she was in there and we always had a good laugh.”

Ella threw MAFS UK into chaos after it was revealed she had cheated on her husband Nathanial Valentino.

It was revealed on Tuesday night’s show that she had started an affair with latecomer JJ Slater.

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