MAFS UKs Morag opens up on her and Lukes one night of passion after strip
Married at First Sight UK’s Morag Crichton has slammed her husband Luke Dawson for only “one night of passion” during the experiment and claims he is faking his “nice guy image”.
Morag, 31, revealed how she hoped a spark had ignited in their relationship when he dressed as a fireman during 'Yes Week' and performed a lap dance for her during the couple's “one night of passion” but, she says it wasn’t to be.
She said: “I loved it and I thought it was the best night ever; it was so much fun, and I loved it. Luke came out of his shell when he had been quite timid around me, and it was just seeing him relax and be confident. I wasn't getting that before.
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“It felt like a breakthrough but that was just for that one night. I got to a point where I thought this marriage could work. However, it was always me putting in the effort emotionally and physically and I wasn't getting that back," she told The Daily Mail.
Morag went on to blast Luke, 36, for “lying” on the show’s reunion episode.
The Essex girl said: “I was so shocked by the man that was at the reunion, I didn't know who that person was. He switched and he even said he lied about saying he loved me, and nobody picked up on that.
“Everyone still thought he was this nice guy, and I was like he must be joking? I was shocked.”
The veterinary nurse admitted it was “inevitable” the pair would break up but says she was “genuinely gutted”.
She said: “It was inevitable that Luke and I were going to breakup but that's not what I wanted. I wanted it to work, and I was serious when I was doing my final vows. That was our best week ever, we were stronger than ever, and I was genuinely gutted.”
In the dramatic reunion showdown between the pair, Luke accused Morag of faking her final vows and said she only agreed to try the marriage in the outside world for the sake of the “TV show”.
Morag responded to these claims saying: “My vows were real. He was referring to a telephone conversation that happened when I was ending the relationship.
“He said that apparently I said 'it was only a TV show', which was utter lies. He sat there and lied through his teeth on that sofa, which is why I was shocked and I couldn't get my words out. I was flabbergasted and I didn't know who that person was.”
Morag went on: “When I was ending the relationship, I knew it wasn't going to be easy so I tried to diffuse the situation and said 'look, we aren't actually married, we're not officially a couple really so we're going to be two people that tried in an experiment and unfortunately it's not worked' and that's what I said and he was hurt and took it completely and utterly the wrong way.”
OK! has contacted Luke’s representative for comment.
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