‘Married at First Sight’ Christie & Mark Reunite In Double Date
Couples of ‘Married at First Sight” had a fun night double dating. Christie and Mark went out on a double date with their fellow TV couple Erin and Bryce in Melbourne. The foursome had a really fun night and documented it through their social media account.Advertisement
They truly are the power couples — Christie and Mark, Erin and Bryce.
Christie and Mark might have found love in an unconventional method but they still have normal dates like normal couples do. Their recent one was with the only other successful couple from the reality show, Erin and Bryce, as reported by Mail Online UK.
Christie documented the fun night they had. She took to her Instagram to share a photo of them four in Melbourne hotspot Club 23.
‘Great night out !! Again in Melbourne! I’ll get mark to Sydney one day!!’ Christie captioned the photo. She used the telling hashtags “#9married #christieinthecity #club23.”
Mark followed suit by posting a video of Christie drinking a shot before they both dance to Whitney Houston’s hit “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.”
Christie and Mark made sure to constantly have fun despite living in different parts of Australia. Christie is baed in Sydney but she makes regular trips to Melbourne to spend time with partner Mark.
Mark has a farm only seven hours away in rural Victoria. They showed to the world that a long distance relationship doe not necessarily have to be hard and painful.
They were once asked by Today Extra earlier this month if they plan to change their long-distance circumstances but they revealed that they are fine with how things currently are.
Mark said it is an issue that they are negotiating and arguing about time to time.
“We’re still negotiating, because I have a business and he’s starting his business with the farm,’” Christie told the program. “It’s scary to just sell up everything, what if it doesn’t work, then one of us if left with nothing,” she added.
“I worked hard for where I am today, I can’t just let it go,” Christie further said.