Married At First Sight brides Hayley, Poppy, Vanessa and Mishel hit the town


Audiences are currently enjoying the weddings and honeymoons on Married At First Sight.

And it seems some of the brides are letting their hair down months after filming, with their on-screen ‘husbands’ nowhere to be seen. 

Hayley Vernon, Poppy Jennings, Vanessa Romito, and Mishel Karen enjoyed a night out at Chelsea Hotel in Sydney’s Chatswood last month.

Finance broker Hayley, 32, showed off her countless tattoos in a strapless bandage dress.

The figure-hugging dress left little to the imagination and showed off her golden tan.

The Melbourne native kept a close hold onto single mother Poppy and the pair were later seen enjoying a passionate smooch.

Poppy was enjoying a rare child-free night out without her twin boys.

The 38-year-old looked chic in a pink silk blouse which she coordinated with a black leather miniskirt and black heels which crossed over at the ankle.

Viewers have been rooting for the brunette beauty to find love after she revealed her ex-husband had cheated on her. 

Meanwhile, Vanessa looked stunning in a tight black singlet and floral miniskirt. 

It’s unclear if Vanessa is still with youth worker Chris Nicholls, who she was paired with on the show.   

The brunette beauty has spoken out how her lifelong battle with acne has hindered her love life.

‘I don’t think it’s a choice that I’m single,’ she admitted. ‘I’m ready for a relationship but modern dating is very superficial.’ 

‘People tend to pick out your imperfections, and I’ve got a lot of them.’ 

Joining the group was Mishel, whose on-screen wedding will be seen next week.

The 48-year-old dressed down for the occasion, looking comfortable in loose green maxi-dress.

Despite not hitting screens yet, Mishel has already slammed Chanel 9 for how she was portrayed in the show.

In January, Mishel took offence to being portrayed as a stereotypical ‘single mother’ after the network released short biographies of each participant.

She labelled it ‘single mum stereotyping’ and expressed her anger that they had chosen not to highlight her other achievements.

‘Wow. I wonder if I was not a single mum would I be a responsible adult?’ she began.  

‘I put my children before any man or person! I raised incredible humans and did a great job. I [also]self-funded my post graduate education,’ she added.

‘I am smart, intelligent and established my own financial security.’ 


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