Carol Vorderman says Married At Fight Sight has ‘put her off’ remarrying

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Carol Vorderman has vowed to stay single after watching E4’s reality show Married At First Sight.

The ex Countdown star has made no secret about dating “special friends” and now it seems like a committed relationship is off the cards more than ever.

When asked if she is happy being single in her latest interview, the 62-year-old told OK! Magazine: “I am very happy.

“As I’ve had Covid recently, I’ve had time to watch the telly. I started watching MAFS Australia.

“I don’t usually watch shows like that. I watched about 20 hours of it. My conclusion is, I’m glad I’m single!”

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The much loved social experiment Married At First Sight UK returned last month where single people, matched by experts, marry a total stranger they’ve just met on their wedding day.

Carol has been married two times so far, firstly to Christopher Mather, but their marriage came to an end after a year in 1986.

The mother-of-two went on to tie the knot with husband of 10 years Patrick King, who is also the father of her two children Katie, 32, and Cameron, 26.

Earlier this year, the presenter ruled out marrying again as she explained her love life arrangement with “special friends”.

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Speaking on This Morning, she said: “I live my life in chapters, and I have been in this chapter since I was about 50.

“So for the last decade or so, I’ve lived a life which is much freer. I’ve never felt freer.

“So I have ignored the looking for one person and I have a number of what I’ve called ‘special friends’.

“They don’t know each other, but they know about it. It’s a very honest relationship.”

Carol has also spilled that part of the arrangement includes not allowing her lovers into her home.

She told The Times Magazine: “They never come to my house. I’m not dumb!”

When quizzed further about the situation, Carol said it “all sorts itself out”, adding: “A lot of men ask me if they can be my special friend and I have to say, it doesn’t work like that.”

She has refused to say how many men she is dating at once, but previously said there were “enough”.

Read the full interview in OK! Magazine out now.

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