Married At First Sight Questions Answered


Do Married At First Sight Couples Sign Prenups?

The show allows couples to financially protect themselves. According to Kinectic Content CEO Chris Coelen, a short and brief prenup has been put in place, so that couples know what they are walking into the marriage with. He explained that if the marriage does not work out, the couple has some financial protection.

Do Married At First Sight Couples Stay Together?

From the past seven seasons of Married at First Sight, five couples are still together. Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner from Season 1 are expecting their second child, Cortney Hendrix and Jason Carrion have a YouTub channel together.

Anthony D’Amico and Ashley Petta from Season 5 have a daughter, so do Jephte Pierre and Shawniece Jackson from season six. And in the last season of the show, Danielle Bergman and Bobby Dodd are now expecting their first baby.


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Do Married At First Sight Couples Get Married On The Same Day?

Yes, they do get married on the same day.

Do Married At First Sight Couples Really Get Married?

Technically, yes. The couples stay with each other for about six to eight weeks as married couples. And on Decision day, they decide if they actually want to get married or want a divorce.

Do Married At First Sight Couples Get Annulment?

It depends on the federal laws of the state the couples are staying in at the time of the annulment. But it is possible. Season 10 couple Meka Jones and Michael Watson were granted an annulment.