MAFS bride Ella Ding reveals shock twist about last supper… after walking out in tears after clash with husband Mitch Eynaud
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Tears and betrayal were on the menu for Sunday night’s eventful final dinner on Married At First Sight.
And Ella Ding has now revealed that there are plenty of dramatic viewers who couldn’t see.
“You don’t see everything. There were many more. I definitely cried a lot more,’ said the 27-year-old beautician yahoo Monday.
Only half the story: Married at first sight bride Ella Ding (pictured) revealed there was a lot of drama viewers didn’t get to see at Sunday night’s final dinner
At the final dinner, the remaining couples were all tasked with answering tough questions from an honesty box.
Ella revealed that she and her “husband” Mitch Eynaud were actually the first couple to answer questions from the box, despite the episode ending with her on the run after their argument.
“If you looked at my face, you could tell I had been crying all night. I looked silly. When I looked at him, I was like, ‘Wait what?'” she said.
She claimed the producers asked her to return to dinner so the other couples could answer their questions from the honesty box.
Emotional scenes: “You don’t see everything. There were many more. I definitely cried a lot more,’ the 27-year-old beautician told Yahoo on Monday.
Ella added: ‘Mitchell didn’t say a word to me after I cried…And then that night Mitchell actually asked us to go our separate ways. I had no say.
During Sunday’s episode, Mitch asked his “wife” Ella if she thought he had “what it takes to have a committed, long-term relationship” with her.
“Everything Mitchell said about relationships and marriage is not how I view relationships and marriage,” she confessed.
Edits: Ella revealed that she and her ‘husband’ Mitch Eynaud were actually the first couple to answer questions from the box, despite the episode ending with her storming off after their argument
‘I arrived at the last meeting, I asked you: “Are we leaving here as a couple or not?” You said, “I don’t really know.” That’s why I don’t feel safe.
Financial planner Mitch, also 27, admitted then that he was not affectionate by nature and did not always like to express his feelings.
“I’m not the type of person that’s going to be out there and say how I feel and be this guy who’s, like, all loving and caring and putting everything on the table,” he said.
Question: At last dinner on Sunday, Mitch (pictured) admitted he was not affectionate by nature and didn’t always like to express his feelings.
Brutal truth: ‘If you want a guy who’s going to tell you he loves you every day and likes kissing in public, then that’s just not who I am,’ he said declared.
“If you want a guy who’s gonna tell you he loves you every day and wants to kiss in public, then it’s just not who I am.
‘I don’t show love in those ways. I just don’t and I never will,” he added.
An emotional Ella then burst into tears as Mitch tried to explain.
“Nothing will ever be enough,” she said before leaving dinner while being comforted by her friend Domenica Calarco.
Married At First Sight continues Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. on Channel Nine and 9Now
Too much to deal with: ‘Nothing will ever be enough,’ Ella said before walking out of dinner while being comforted by her friend Domenica Calarco (left)