A man revealed he was at ‘breaking point’ with his new wife on Married at First Sight UK after she slammed his appearance for the third time.
Vet nurse Morag, 31, from Essex, married new husband Luke, 36, at the start of the E4 series, and the two traveled to Switzerland for their honeymoon.
However, the pair got off to a rocky start, with Morag openly telling him to “be more masculine” and the “sexual connection” just wasn’t there between them.
On tonight’s episode, the couple tried to make physical contact for the third time, but Morag “annoyed” Luke by talking about his “image problem.”
The groom confessed, “It’s maddening. I don’t know what to do. I have a breaking point. I’m close, if I’m honest.’
Luke Dawson, 36, has revealed he was ‘at a breaking point’ with his new wife Morag, 31, on Married at First Sight UK after she slammed his appearance for the third time
Morag appeared on the program tonight and said, “Last night Luke and I tried to have our first serious conversation.
“I tried to tell Luke what turned me on and he got mad. He turned in the bed and didn’t like what I had to say.
“We have to have these hard conversations and if he turns away and isn’t interested in what I have to say, we’re not going to get anywhere.”
Meanwhile Luke explained: ‘I took’ [the expert’s] their advice, tried to talk openly. It came right back to the image problem we had on the first day.’
In tonight’s episode, the couple tried to make physical contact for the third time, but Morag “annoyed” Luke by talking about his “image problem”
The topic was a roadblock for the couple for a long time after Morag confessed on the night of the wedding that Luke “wasn’t what she ordered.”
Speaking to the camera, she said, “He wouldn’t be my typical guy I’d go for, so I’m not really jumping for joy. When I first saw him, I was amazed.’
“I can’t say I want to take his clothes off tonight. I didn’t get exactly what I ordered.’
And during the honeymoon, Morag told Luke that he was “not manly enough” for her.
The topic has long been a roadblock for the couple after Morag confessed that Luke was ‘not what she ordered’ on the night of the wedding
Morag said, “Luke and I get along really well and I really like his personality. But he’s still very reserved and that’s the opposite of what I normally go for.
“And as superficial as it sounds, his wardrobe is really starting to scare me.”
As the vacation wore on, Morag still didn’t feel the relationship growing.
She said, ‘I’m a sensitive person, but we don’t touch. I need that. It’s going to be very difficult to talk to Luke about it. But I don’t feel it.’
Meanwhile, Luke was left in tears on honeymoon after Morag said he was ‘not manly enough’ for her
Raising the subject over breakfast, Morag told her new husband that he was “the boy from the valleys” and “brutal and funny,” but said she wanted a “sexual” connection.
She said to him, ‘How do you expect me to like you if you just act like my friends?
“I feel like you’re not treating me like your wife and I want you to be a little more masculine. I want to like you but I need more man than boy.’
Luke was shocked and explained: “Not being called a man is a small blow. To me, being a man is being loyal, supporting you with your back. Your kind of masculinity confuses me.
She was criticized by viewers who labeled her “cruel” after telling the groom that he was “not her normal type.”
“I wanted someone to like me for who I am.”
Morag continued, “You’re not my normal type. I spend a lot of time with people who care about how they look. I need more outside right now.’
“I literally always go for the same type of guy, I go to the gym every day and these gym heads are around me. You are the opposite of that.’
Many of those watching were stunned by Morag’s comments to Luke, saying she had been “deeply abusive.”
Many of those watching were stunned by the discussion, with one writing, “So cheeky Morag, “be more manly” for a guy with confidence issues about how he looks, we women aren’t all a******* Luke !’
Another commented: ‘Poor Luke, imagine being a gentleman and treating your wife nice and being told you’re not manly enough?! I’m sorry Morag, jog babes.’
A third wrote: ‘No, that’s just rude. Just say he’s not your type instead of saying he’s not manly enough. WTF.’