MAFS UK groom Terence breaks silence after quitting as he's supported by co-stars | The Sun

TERENCE Edwards has broken his silence after quitting Married At First Sight UK.

During Wednesday night's episode of MAFS UK fans saw Terence leave the experiment and walking away from his relationship with bride Porscha Pernnelle.

Now he's taken to social media to have his say and branded the process a "rollercoaster".

He said: "It's been a whirlwind of emotions, challenges, and growth which I'm truly thankful for the experience."

Terence also appeared to take a swipe at Porscha, adding: "The biggest compliment I’ll take away from this experience is I was REAL and TRUE regardless if I was on the TV.

"There was no game playing, no playing up for the cameras, I was ready to walk on week one after all the drama."

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His co-stars were quick to send messages of support, with Luke Worley branding Terence a "legend".

Georges Berthonneau wrote: "We miss you king! True gent, best dressed, heart of gold."

And Arthur Poremba added: "You are one of a kind mate and I’m privileged to have shared this journey with you."

It was an explosive game of Spin The Bottle – which saw Porscha kiss a slew of her co-stars while Terence was absent – which put the final nail in the coffin for their love.

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Luke yesterday accused Porscha of kissing three of their male co-stars during the game.

In a rant posted on Instagram he said: "You kissed me, Thomas [Kriaras], Nathanial [Valentino] and – maybe you didn't kiss Paul [Liba] – but you was also kissing the girls as well."

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