Stephanie and Ben, both disillusioned after a series of toxic relationships, formed an instant bond when they met for the first time on their wedding day.
But after a blissful honeymoon during which they couldn't keep their hands off each other, the newlyweds began to quarrel over minor niggles like being late for appointment, or leaving the TV on during dinner.
In a last ditch attempt to salvage things, Harriet and Richard plan a string of dates, from a romantic night at the theatre to a fun trip to an ice rink.
Coker says: 'In all relationships it's very easy to give up when you hit an obstacle perhaps more so for these couples in one way because they don't know each other and they haven't got a history yet.'I think they are going to have to work hard to give each other that time and space, and learning from each other, learning to perhaps change the way they talk and how they interact.
He revealed the couple never consummated the relationship and said: ‘It’s a very personal question but I’ll be straight with you, nothing happened.’While it is not possible to get a divorce within a year of marriage, if the union is not consummated, it can be annulled at any point after the wedding.
Sam quit the show but eventually the pair met and fell for each other organically.
'[Mine] and Ben's sexual intimacy has stopped and it has affected me, 100 per cent.
It is making me feel less secure.' Married At First Sight receives 1,000s of applications which makes the match-making process a complicated one.
Events organiser Emma, 32, and 33-year-old James, a university administrator split after nine months of marriage in December 2015.
An eagle-eyed fan noticed the pair were not ringing the New Year in together and when asked if they had split, Caroline simply replied: 'Yes we did.'The flame-haired operations co-ordinator even put her Vera Wang wedding dress up for sale online for £850, including dry cleaning.
The couple were only able to withstand the lacklustre relationship for a grand total of six weeks.
Meanwhile financial advisor Harriet, 32, and police sergeant Richard, 28, have repeatedly turned to a sex therapist in a bid to find a spark in their relationship.
After seven weeks of living together, both couples will have to tell the show's relationship experts whether they will stay married - or seek a divorce.