MAFS EXCLUSIVE: Photos reveals truth behind Harrison and Bronte's break-up

The controversial couple finally called it quits during Wednesday night's episode.

They had one of the most tumultuous relationships Married At First Sight fans have ever seen, and on Wednesday night Harrison Boon and Bronte Schofield finally broke up during the last dinner party of the season.

Bronte, whose sister Kirra called her ‘husband’ a “narcissistic, gaslighting d**khead” during their homestay in Perth, brutally dumped Harrison in front of the other brides and grooms after the controversial honesty box task went south.

MAFS’ Bronte Schofield and Harrison Boon arguing at the final dinner party.
MAFS’ Bronte Schofield and Harrison Boon finally called it quits during Wednesday night’s dramatic dinner party. Photos: Channel Nine

The pair continuously took digs at one another as they asked and answered each other’s questions handed to them by the experts, before tensions eventually erupted and Bronte stormed off from the table.

“I’m done with you!” she exclaimed. “I’m done with this man.

“Harrison, we’re done, we’re over and I honestly never want to see you again.”


Now, photos obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle taken hours before the dramatic scene took place have cast doubt on how genuine the breakup was.

Bronte appeared happier than ever as she arrived at the show's studio warehouse in November, struggling to hide the huge smile on her face.

Meanwhile, Harrison looked tense and apprehensive of what was about to happen once he stepped foot on set.

MAFS’ Bronte Schofield and Harrison Boon arriving at the final dinner party.
Harrison looked tense arriving at the dinner party while Bronte was smiling. Photos: Supplied/Matrix

An insider tells Yahoo Lifestyle that both Harrison and Bronte were "fully briefed and aware they would be breaking up at the dinner party” - hence their expressions.

"Bronte wanted to drag the relationship out as long as she could to really have a moment and agreed with producers the last dinner party would have the biggest impact,” the source claims.

“Harrison knew this was coming. He questioned why he even had to attend the dinner party as technically they broke up during homestays in Perth, but producers told him 'they have to film his out'. He knew exactly what he was walking into.”


Harrison and Bronte weren’t the only couple with relationship problems at the dinner table, with Cameron Woods telling Lyndall Grace he couldn’t see himself falling in love with her.

Meanwhile, Alyssa Barmonde and Duncan James butted heads over their future after the experiment and Layton Mills cast doubt on whether his ‘wife’ Melinda Willis was genuine when she told him she loved him.

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