Last week's Married at First Sight saw Rozz Darlington and Thomas Kriaras call time on the marriage during the final commitment ceremony, however, viewers haven't seen the last of pair as they'll soon return to our screens in the show's reunion special.
Despite their romance not working out, the pair have remained friends in the six months since filming, although this didn't make the reunion, which was filmed recently, any less emotional.
Speaking to OK!, Rozz explained: "I saw him this week when we filmed the reunion show, which was difficult as we had to re-live the breakup, as it’s been on TV this week, so there were tears."
"But there were cuddles too and we absolutely do love and respect each other and have a beautiful, amazing friendship and we’ve both grown hugely as people through the experiment."
And discussing Tom's new body transformation, Rozz continued: "I love being around Tom as a friend and he’s grown enormously, including some new muscles. Do I still fancy him? He did look good, but it’s not about the exterior.
"It’s about what’s in the heart and I wish him all the happiness in the world and if I could find him the most perfect person in the world, I would as he deserves that."
Since filming finished on MAFS, Thomas has kept his followers updated with his life, and recently shared that he feels as though "everything's falling into place."
Alongside his body transformation, Thomas has also passed his masters degree in Finance and Investment, as he told his fans: "I can't tell you how happy I am to be getting my masters!
"I'd been working on it for such a long time, I never thought it'd ever come. The last week has been a difficult one, but I've gained so much. Everything is just falling into place and I'm so so happy.
"I know my value (pardon the pun) something I've only found because of my time in the experiment," he added referring to his time on the show.
"This degree was one of the most difficult challenges I've ever had to face (other than #mafsuk KIDDING! Loved it). It was in a tough subject which took so much studying to get a grasp of. But I wouldn't have had it any other way!!!
"But I didn't do it alone. Without my family and friends there for me, I wouldn't have been able to get my MSc in Finance and Investment.
"So thank you everyone for the support and maybe you'll get the chance see me in a graduation gown on here."
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