MARRIED At First Sight star Sean Malkin left the show after tonight’s explosive dinner party which left his husband Mark Kiley in tears.
The 31-year-old store manager decided to finally end things with his on-screen husband after contemplating his decision for a few days.
Last night fans of the E4 show predicted a huge turnaround in the relationship after a clip of Mark in tears was shown at the end of the episode.
And unfortunately, this was confirmed on tonight’s episode of MAFS.
Mark first made it clear that Sean wasn’t his usual type when they tied the knot just seconds after meeting.
But as time went on, Sean actually began to question their relationship.
Tonight the couples read letters from others at the table – and whoever wrote them said they were worried “they just seem to be friends”.
They also said they don’t think they are compatible.
After Sean read it, Mark avoided what he had written and said, “Next. We don’t have to dismantle it.”
Speaking to camera, Sean said: “You know, it was really hard to read the letter because it was true.”
“It just gives us some clarity on how I was thinking.
“I’m pretty sure what I’m going to do after this letter.”
He then grabbed Mark to chat away from the dinner table.
Sean said: “In this case I have to stay true to myself. Even after this letter. I don’t think it will continue…”
“I will go.”
He added: “It sucks. I don’t want to do that. I do not want to hurt you.”
Mark replied, “You keep saying you don’t want to hurt me. When I took my vows to you, you said you would never hurt me.”
“What do you think you’re doing now?”
Sean asked, “What do I do?”
Mark said, “You’re hurting me a lot. I was convinced that it went well and he would stay. He’ll work on it.”
“I’m sorry,” Sean said to his husband.
Mark snapped back, “You’re not,” as he burst into tears.
While watching the chat, expert Paul Carrick Brunson said: “This is one of the most difficult conversations we’ve seen in the experiment so far.”
“I think we have to applaud Sean for finally being able to tell Mark exactly how he feels.”
Sean and Mark returned to the dinner table and announced the devastating news.
“You all know it’s been a very tough week for both of us,” Sean told the group.
“I think you all saw what happened at the engagement ceremony last week and I’m sorry, I’m sorry that you’re the collateral damage of it. I love you all, you are all damned. meet great people.
“But unfortunately I made the decision to leave. I love you all.”
As he tearfully hugged Ella Morgan, Mark said: “I tried. I tried.”
Speaking to camera, Mark added: “I’m devastated.
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“I wish he had given me a chance. I wish he had given us a few more days to try to work on things.”