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Where are they now? The Twins from Married at First Sight.

In 2017, the producers of Married at First Sight stepped things up a notch.

They introduced… twins.

Sharon and Michelle Marsh, from Perth, were fake married to Nick Furphy and Jesse Konstantinoff during the “experiment”.

While Michelle and Jesse’s relationship never really started, Sharon and Nick seemed to make a genuine connection during the series.

However, the pair broke up within months of the show wrapping up.

“I love Nick, but after moving to Melbourne eight weeks ago to be with him, I soon realised that I’m not in love with him,” Sharon told New Idea at the time.

“I’ve shed many tears over this, because I really wanted it to work. I wanted the butterflies and roses — but I also needed a deeper love.”

After making the move to Melbourne, Sharon said she had a “constant ache” in her chest because she didn’t feel like she’d made the right decision. She also missed her twin sister Michelle, her parents and her dog.

 

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Sharon soon returned to Perth and her commercial cleaning business.

For a few months, the twins appeared regularly on the pages of gossip magazines. During the next season of MAFS, the twins starred in an advertisement for HotelsCombined during the commercial breaks.

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Since then, they’ve kept a relatively low profile.

Sharon is still running her commercial cleaning business, Marsh Contractors Pty Ltd.

The twins have also started their own wine range, which is appropriately named Twiins. Their range includes a sauvignon blanc semillon, a cabernet sauvignon, and a sparkling.

In 2017, Sharon began dating Perth business owner, Julian Rosevear.

“He is everything I could ever want in a partner,” she told the West Australian in February 2018. “Not to be a pessimist but I was waiting for the ‘but’ or baggage. But there wasn’t any. He’s perfect for me.”

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The couple met on the dating app Happn, which matches people who frequently and geographically cross paths. Sharon and Julian were matched because they lived “creepily close to each other”.

“We messaged via the app for about 2 weeks before we met up for a beach walk,” Sharon explained. “Then we did the formal dinner date, which lead into just hanging out all the time.”

In 2017, Michelle began dating Adam Medwick, a firefighter and a dad-of-one.

 

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She doesn’t appear to be currently dating anyone.

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