Married at First Sight has hit our screens again, drawing in more than a million viewers every week.

The show – where ‘experts’ match couples who meet for the first time at the altar – started its eight UK series on September 18.

Since then, the couples have moved in together, living next to one another in a block of flats.

As part of the experiment, the couples have to take part in a series of dinner parties to discuss their budding romances – believed to be held in an event space in Greenwich.

Fans of the show know that many couples fail to make it to the end of the experiment before breaking up, but those who do spend most of their time in their allocated flats.

Where exactly do the couples live?


According to Heart, the couples live together in a block in Wembley.

Last month, Mail Online reported that after two weeks of filming Channel 4 threatened to axe three people from the show over “wild partying” at Wembley’s Box Park.

This year, there are three contestants from London. These are – 34-year-old tennis coach Arthur; 36-year-old executive assistant Porscha; and 36-year-old customer service manager Mark.  

Youth worker and DJ Terence, 40, is from Reading but says he often heads into London to perform.

There is still almost a whole month to go before the latest Married at First Sight series ends – with the grand finale expected to air on November 16.