MAFS UK love expert says Chanita and Jordan are ‘under pressure’ as strongest couple

They’ve been branded this year’s Adam Aveling and Tayah Victoria, last series’ Married At First Sight UK couple who instantly fell in love and are now engaged and expecting their first child together.

But MAFS UK expert Paul C Brunson says that no two couples are the same, and Chanita Stephenson and Jordan Emmett-Connelly’s biggest challenge will be coping with the pressure of being one of the series’ strongest pair.

“No one will be Tayah and Adam and no one will be Matt Jameson and Dan McKee,” Paul told us.

“Each couple has their own journey. There’s obviously a bit of a hierarchy with who is the strongest couple and who is the weakest, and they’re one of the strongest, but their challenge is how do they cope with being the strongest and the pressure that comes with that.”


After a blissful honeymoon the pair have been getting to grips with married life in the real world and have moved in together.

But already we’ve seen them clash during one of the show’s intense commitment ceremonies, which then led to Chanita storming off after an argument with Kwame Badu over Jordan.

When time came for Chanita and Jordan to reveal their decision during the commitment ceremony and whether or not they were carrying on in the process, Jordan expressed how hurt he'd felt when Chanita had suggested he might have ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

But Chanita insisted she'd apologised profusely for her comments and they both agreed they intended to stick with the marriage and took their seats back on the sofas with the other pairings.

But that wasn't the end of the drama as when they sat down, Kwame pointed to Chanita and said: "No more diagnosis. Don’t diagnose him again."

Chanita retaliated, started to become upset and said: "I've just been told by them. I’ve apologised to him so many times. Are you the fourth expert? Do you want to go take up a chair there? Just leave me alone. I don’t need that."

As the emotion of the situation ramped up, Jordan took her by the hand as they both walked out of the room with Jordan telling his wife that it was "too intense".

He added that he felt "broken" and hoped they could move forward.

Though upsetting, the incident had a strengthening effect on the marriage as Chanita said: "I needed Jordan to show me he had my back. It meant so much in that moment."

Married At First Sight UK airs Monday-Thursday at 9pm on E4

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