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Married at First Sight UK fans excited as hunky Matt's Naked Attraction past 'exposed' - - Britain - Lisbon
Married at First Sight UK fans excited as hunky Matt's Naked Attraction past 'exposed'
Married at First Sight UK viewers have been left gobsmacked as they've spotted a contestant has previously appeared on Naked Attraction.Groom Matt and bride Gemma are one of the two intruder couples who've joined the E4 social experiment late.They've been paired up by experts and tied the knot after first meeting at the alter.READ MORE: MAFS messiest love triangles - hot tub kiss, 'a stab in the heart' and secret pactMonday's episode (September 19) saw the pair head to Lisbon for their honeymoon.However, viewers were left distracted as they recognised him from another dating show.One Twitter user posted: "Is it just me or is this the new guy on #MAFSUK on #NakedAttraction???"Alongside the message, the person shared a screenshot of a topless Matt appearing on E4 show.However, it appears that the hunky star didn't get his kit off on the X-rated series.Another social media user replied: "Which episode please…? I want to see the goods" alongside two aubergine emojis and a crying laughing face.The original user responded: "Haha sorry he wasn’t a contestant! Just a friend of the girl that applied!"A second person said: "Good spot!"While a third added: "It's not just you, it's definitely him."Matt was left stunned by his new wife on their wedding day as he branded her crude remarks "too much".Gemma, who wants with the same "sexual appetite" as her, made it clear she was very attracted to Matt but her innuendos and crude remarks soon left him uncomfortable.Talking during their wedding meal, the hairdresser gushed: "I can't believe I get to live with you".She then quipped: "Shut up, I'm good to live with!" to which barber Matt asked why her mother would be laughing.With the bride admitting: "She just thinks we're going to be
Cristiano Ronaldo - Gerry Maccann - Kate Maccannа - Georgina Rodriguez - Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez visits holy site of Fatima six months after baby boy’s death - - Portugal - Lisbon - city Sanctuary
Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez visits holy site of Fatima six months after baby boy’s death
Georgina Rodriguez has made a surprise visit to the holy site of Fatima in Portugal six months after the devastating loss of one of her twins.The 28-year-old joined pilgrims and other religious worshippers with her weekend visit to the spot where the Virgin Mary is said to have appeared to three children more than 100 years ago.Her poignant trip to the shrine came after unsettled Man United partner Cristiano Ronaldo missed his club’s pre-season tour because of a ‘family issue’.His absence was linked at the time to the couple’s continuing attempts to overcome the pain of losing their baby boy on April 18 after Georgina went into childbirth.His sister, named Bella Esmeralda by her doting parents, enjoyed her first family holiday this summer in Majorca.Georgina took time out at the Fatima Sanctuary to ask for spiritual guidance, writing in a post alongside a series of photos she uploaded to Instagram: ‘Carry on guiding and illuminating my path, little virgin’ followed by a heart and angel emoticon.She dressed in her customary glamorous style – turning heads among locals and visitors in a figure-hugging white dress, a Chanel headscarf and handbag and expensive Hermes sandals.And video footage taken at the scene showed she was not alone – arriving at the shrine with her trusted twin bodyguards Sergio and Jorge Ramalheiro and a TV crew.Unconfirmed local reports said the images were recorded for a follow-up series to her six-part Netflix show, I Am Georgina, which aired in January and charted her rags-to-riches life from £10-an-hour shop worker to Ronaldo’s rock.The holy site of Fatima, in Ourem a 90-minute drive north of Lisbon, was the place Kate and Gerry McCann visited in May 2007 to pray for the safe return of their
Cristiano Ronaldo - Marcus Rashford - Anthony Martial - Piers Morgan - Jadon Sancho - Crystal Palace - Bruno Fernandes - Bruno Fernandes fires thinly-veiled swipe at Cristiano Ronaldo with "press" claim - - Australia - Manchester - Thailand - Sancho - Portugal - Lisbon
Bruno Fernandes fires thinly-veiled swipe at Cristiano Ronaldo with "press" claim
Bruno Fernandes appears to have suggested that Manchester United are better off without Cristiano Ronaldo - who has missed the club's pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia due to 'personal reasons'.Speaking to reporters after the Red Devil's 3-1 win over Crystal Palace on Tuesday, Fernandes praised Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial for working tirelessly off the ball and hinted that he - as well as United's midfield in general - were far more effective compared to when Ronaldo plays."The three guys up front [Sancho, Rashford and Martial] are really aggressive in the press," the 27-year-old playmaker said.READ MORE: Cristiano Ronaldo "highly unlikely" to play for Man Utd after chats with Piers Morgan"When they press they make the last line squeeze, and makes the midfield come a little bit higher."Fernandes sparkled at United for a year-and-a-half after joining from Sporting Lisbon in January 2020 but his form nosedived at the start of last season, with many attributing it to the arrival of Ronaldo.The Portuguese duo have never really gelled well playing together for the national team either, with Ronaldo's reluctance to press keeping Fernandes out of the advanced pockets he's usually so effective in.Are Manchester United better off without Cristiano Ronaldo? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.Ronaldo's future remains unclear.
Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal, with an estimated population of 505,526 within its administrative limits in an area of 100.05 km2. Lisbon's urban area extends beyond the city's administrative limits with a population of around 2.8 million people, being the 10th-most populous urban area in the European Union. About 3 million people live in the Lisbon metropolitan area, which represents approximately 27% of the country's population. It is mainland Europe's westernmost capital city and the only one along the Atlantic coast. Lisbon lies in the western Iberian Peninsula on the Atlantic Ocean and the River Tagus. The westernmost portions of its metro area, the Portuguese Riviera, form the westernmost point of Continental Europe, culminating at Cabo da Roca.