Married at First Sight UK finale spoilers follow.
Amy and Josh were left in the middle of their vow renewal last time we saw them. While their romance has not been smooth sailing throughout the six weeks of the programme, both addressed their concerns during the ceremony but ultimately decided to stick together and try and make their relationship work in the outside world.
Both couples were worried that spending time apart and going back to their lives before the show could mean the end of their relationships.
Back at home, Luke had a chat with his mum, who questioned Morag's commitment, expressing that she doesn't think she is a good fit for him and that she doesn't believe Morag is ready to make the relationship work long-distance.
Meanwhile, Tayah revealed to her mum that she wants to move from Hertfordshire to Doncaster to live with Adam, which made her mum concerned that they might be moving too fast. And although Tayah said she had no doubt in her mind, she was concerned that Adam might change his mind while away from her.
Luke and Morag were the first to meet again for their vows. Luke admitted to having done some soul-searching and asking himself some hard questions over their week apart. He recalled their highs and lows and admitted that he felt emotionally ahead in their relationship.
He was hurt in the past and did not want to be hurt again by Morag keeping him at arm's length, but he realised that putting her happiness before his own is what love is and decided he wanted to stay together.
Morag, on the other hand, remembered wondering why they had been matched since they are polar opposites and wanting to run away from him since she didn't believe he was the man for her.
She admitted she wished she could have given it her all and worried Luke was still not being his true self around her and agreeing with her on many things only for the sake of their relationship. Morag confessed to being concerned that if she committed to Luke now, they would find themselves hurting each other months down the line.
But that's not what she wanted and she decided to stick with Luke and make it work.
Tayah had only good things to say about her husband and soulmate Adam in her vow renewal as she revealed she wanted to spend the rest of her life with him.
Adam also praised their relationship and their incredible bond of love and trust. But he felt like something was missing and didn't know how to say it. "It's a bit back to front but all of this experiment is," he said as his voice broke under the nerves.
Shaking, Adam reached into his breast pocket to take out a ring before getting on one knee and proposing to Tayah.
We're a bit concerned that Adam forgot how this show started, but we're happy for him that Tayah of course agreed to (re)marry him.
Married at First Sight will air the reunion episode on Monday, October 4 at 9pm on E4.
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