Im new MAFS UK intruder bride and I was convinced experts would do me dirty
Married at Fist Sight UK bride Adrienne Naylor has revealed she was surprised by man who the experts matched her with because she was convinced they'd do her dirty.
The Project Support Officer is the latest intrducer bride to join the cast of the social experiment and has put her love life in the hands of relationship experts Mel Schilling, Charlene Douglas and Paul Carrick Brunson.
Having recently lost a whopping eight stone, Adrienne felt it was time is right to meet her perfect partner after running out of dating options in her hometown of Cumbria.
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Viewers will watch Adrienne tie the knot with hunky window cleaner and athlete Matt Pilmoor during Monday's (October 9) episode as they get married after meeting each other for the first time at the alter.
"Speaking to Daily Star and other press, Adrienne said: "My wedding day was magical. When I met Matt I felt like we'd known each other for years and it felt natural. It was strange because you go in sneakily think the experts are going to do you a little bit dirty and give you the opposite of what you want because we've seen it happen before and I thought 'that's just my luck that will happen to me' but it didn't and I was so surprised.
"At one point we forgot the cameras were even there. We was sat at the top table and it was literally like I'd planned this wedding and it was everybody who we loved and adored around us, our friends and family bonded and it was just incredible."
However, the blonde bombshell has revealed that she was more anxious on the day she had to meet her fellow cast members than on her big day. Adrienne added: "I was probably more nervous to meet the group then I was on the wedding day because these people have already made this bond together.
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"You know that it's like when you've got your own little pack and somebody has come to intrude that. Some people do have their backs up and you might be able to see that. We have different classes of people so when you put people together who are so passionate about what they've been through it's sometimes hard for people to look past that. There is a big personality clash between some people."
Married at First Sight UK airs Monday to Thursday on E4 at 9pm
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