MAFS' Lyndall and Cam no longer speaking: 'Broke down completely'
The Married At First Sight couple were once fan favourites.
After Wednesday's shock dinner party showed that MAFS' Lyndall Grace and Cameron Woods were seemingly not on the same page about their future together, it comes as little surprise that the pair are no longer on speaking terms.
The couple, who were once fan favourites, reportedly haven't spoken since they wrapped the show late last year, according to Daily Mail.
"The lines of communication broke down completely," an insider told the publication, who claims the pair "limped" to the final vows. "Lyndall lets Cam have it during the final vows, and he was not impressed with her one bit.
"Lyndall does not hold back and completely savages the poor guy. He was completely dumbfounded by it."
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At Wednesday's dinner party, Cam told Lyndall that there was no point in her moving to Darwin to be with him because he would be working away from home for "six months to a year" - despite telling the experts when he signed up for the show that he would move for love.
"The biggest concern after this experiment is where I'm going to be at. I've spent the last eight years focusing on my career to get to the position I'm at now," he said. "I told her, 'What's the point of moving from Perth when I'm not going to be in Darwin? I'm going to be remote.'"
Lyndall shared that she felt as though all the effort she'd put into the relationship was for nothing if they have no future plans.
It seems as though it wasn't just Cam's job that was the issue for the groom, with a cast member telling Daily Mail he didn't like the way Lyndall was "thriving off the other couples' drama".
They added that while the pair may have initially looked as though they were one of the strongest couples, they "kept clashing".
The cast member added that not many people were interested in Lyndall's meddling, as they felt she was only doing it to be on camera.
Fans slam producers' Lyndall and Cam decision
Fans were left furious after Wednesday night's dinner party, especially given Lyndall has been open about her health issues with cystic fibrosis, with viewers slamming the producers’ decision to pair her with Cam.
“It continues to amaze me why they would match people who live so far away from each other. It’s not so bad for young people starting out, but people in their 30s etc have established careers. They’re already set in their ways and this just adds more conflict,” one fan wrote on Facebook.
“Yep! And putting Lyndall who needs constant specialist medical care with someone who lives out bush for months on end was just plain stupidity,” another pointed out.
“Yes I agree, they should match people living in the same state at least,” a third chimed in.
“Surely they give them some sort of questionnaire about distance and how far are they prepared to travel? Every year we hear of couples who wanted to give it a go and tried, but distance was an issue. Especially if they need to catch a plane to see each other — ridiculous,” another remarked.
Others slammed the groom for his behaviour, asking why he signed up for the show if he wasn’t going to consider moving for Lyndall.
“WHY ARE YOU HERE THEN CAM? WHY ARE YOU HERE?” an irate viewer tweeted.
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“If Cam works remote and away that bloody much why did he come on this f**king show for? What a gronk, that’s not fair on Lyndall,” another wrote.
“Cam [is] just a walking ick. Why is he here? Why is he dragging Lyndall along? Swear they found all these trash guys at the local servo,” a third quipped.
“Cam knew beforehand that he did remote work — why’s it suddenly a concern now and why even apply for the show if he knew it would be a roadblock in a relationship?” another asked.
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