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True love is elusive, magical and beyond that impossible to define. And, while none of those couples married for the Danish original stayed together, as of March this year two partnerships from the American version are still going strong, while one couple matched by the show in Bulgaria, another in Germany, and two in Finland reportedly remain a couple.

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Channel 4's Married at First Sight wraps up its third series – but did the couples stay together?

The experts included therapist Jo Coker, who quizzed them on past relationships and attitudes to sex, Dr Andrew Irving, an anthropologist at Manchester University, Dr Anna Machin, an evolutionary anthropologist, who took DNA samples and measurements to work out their genetic traits.

Jason, 33, left and Jerome, 30, are both looking for love Could these two strangers end up man and wife?: What is true love? She says she wants to find a relationship 'where where we both support each other through thick and thin'.

Emma took part in the show after years of being single and says that despite thinking it was a a little crazy, family and friends were generally supportive of her marrying a tranger Emma, who described feeling 'more than a few butterflies' as she walked up the aisle decided to take part in the show after years of being single and says despite thinking it was a crazy move, family and friends were generally supportive.

The jury's still out. They parted ways soon after and the bride went on to marry Kyle.

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The programme sees strangers ushered down the aisle on first meeting Speaking about the first moment she laid eyes on her new husband, Emma told Fabulous: Married at first sight? She is active and has run marathons and triathlons.

Chosen from an initial selection of over applicants, the contestants' credentials were analysed by a panel of psychologists, social and evolutionary anthropologists and theologists.