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Married at First Sight UK groom Arthur Poremba has spoken out after admitted to getting his wedding vows off the internet.
Fans watched the hunky tennis coach tie the knot with fiance manager Laura Vaughan during the first episode of the 2023 series which aired on Monday (September 18).
Before the ceremony, Arthur told his pals that he'd got his wedding vows off the internet.
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After reading them to his wife in front of their nearest and dearest during the ceremony, the speeeh left a lasting impression on guests who started to wonder if they were taken from a website online as they enjoyed the reception.
Speaking before his wedding aired on screen, Arthur told Daily Star: "I'm buzzing. It was such a long time ago, I can't actually remember what happened apart from obviously the famous vows."
When asked if he regretted not writing his own declaration speech, in which he told Laura "I love you", he said: "Maybe a little bit but then again how do you pick the words for somebody you've never met before?
"I was moving houses as well at the same time so I didn't have time to sit down and think of how I felt.
"There's nothing I can change now, I have no regrets."
Arthur went on to reveal what his friends and family thought of his decision to marry a completely strange.
He said: "My friends love the fact I'm going to be on TV..
"My mum is a bit more traditional but she said 'Arthur, go for it. If it works out, it works out.'
"I've been heartbroken before and I've been single for about two and a half years now and I think it was time for me to do something out of the ordinary and this experiment is definately out of the ordinary."
Married at First Sight UK airs on E4 Monday to Thursday at 9pm
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