Married At First Sight UK’s Bob Voysey is reportedly in a new relationship, nearly a year after appearing as a contestant on E4’s most notorious dating show.
The business protection advisor, also known as ‘Big Bob’, is said to be dating model Naomi Jamieson after the couple were spotted hand-in-hand in the capital last week.
Reports of a budding romance have seemed to be confirmed as the pair were also seen together on a date in Leicester Square.
OK! magazine has approached Bob for comment.
Fans of the series are keen for Bob to find love again, after a tumultuous romance with ex-wife Megan Wolfe – who notoriously snogged another contestant behind his back.
Despite this, Bob has criticised the show and stated that scenes were cut to make audiences believe the pair hated each other.
"We get on like a house on fire…" He said in a recent interview, before adding: "On our honeymoon, we had a really nice romantic dinner, but they cut all that because obviously it probably didn't fit our story."
The former Married At First Sight contestant has also been speaking about their relationship on his podcast Recapped At First Sight, with co-star Kwame Badu alongside and radio DJ Kat Shoob.
Bob has said that Kwame "…shared some brilliant behinds the scenes knowledge from his journey on @e4mafsuk and we had an absolute laugh doing so…”.
However, Bob and Kwame are not the only ones reflecting on their time on the show.
Former MAFS contestant Matt Murray has also spoken about his time on the hit show and his decision to leave the reunion, despite being only halfway through filming.
He explained that: "The night before, at the dinner party there was a lot of alcohol and I got really upset, really upset.”
"I was very emotionally overwhelmed, I couldn't stop crying. It was a lot. And when I woke up in the morning I was like, 'this environment is toxic for me, I don't want to be in this environment," he said.
Unable to carry on after speaking to Whitney and concerned for his well-being, Matt made the difficult decision to leave.
“I spoke to welfare and production and I said, 'Look I would like to come and say my bit with Whitney and then I would like to, respectfully, leave. I don't want to be around this anymore; it’s not good for me, it's not good for my mind, I wanna go'. And they all agreed that was perfectly OK and then I left."
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