Married at First Sight UK's Jenna Robinson has revealed a romantic moment between her and her partner Zoe Clifton that wasn't aired in the E4 reality show.
Jenna and Zoe were both introduced to each other in the show's latest season and became the UK series' first-ever lesbian couple. To top it off, the two are the only pair to still be together after the show.
In an interview with OK Magazine, Jenna shared a sweet moment that happened just before exchanging vows, which unfortunately didn't make it into the final cut.
“On the morning of the wedding, I had a rose sent to Zoe with a note just being like, Can’t wait to finally see your face, hope you are excited, but a tad nervous like me'," she recalled.
"I thought it was quite a nice gesture that, someone who's femme-presenting, would buy flowers for the more masculine person in a lesbian relationship."
With the pair even mentioning that they've "said the L word", the happy couple have been discussing the idea of living together, with a couple of places already in their minds.
"It'll happen naturally at the right time," Jenna added. "We've spoken about two places: Brighton or Manchester. I think Brighton would be the idea place for us."
Despite the flower gesture not making it to the final cut, fans can't forget about one of the couple's most vital moments together, with Jenna opening up to Zoe about her alopecia diagnosis.
An emotional Jenna shared her diagnosis with Zoe after the wedding, saying: "It's been so long and so many years dealing with it, and I know my hair doesn’t define me and I'm happy in my own skin."
Jenna was greeted with reassurance and comfort from her partner, with Zoe asserting that she didn't "give a shit" about the diagnosis and that she had been "matched with the perfect stranger".
Married at First Sight UK airs on E4 in the UK. Married at First Sight Australia airs on Nine Network in Australia and E4 in the UK.
To find out more information about alopecia and for details of support that is available, visit the NHS website or the Alopecia UK website. Readers in the US can contact the National Alopecia Areata Foundation.
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