MAFS UK's Megan addresses kissing Jordan behind Bob's back in now-deleted post

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Photo credit: E4
Photo credit: E4

Married at First Sight UK's Megan Wolfe has hit back at the negative response from viewers after it was revealed she had kissed fellow contestant Jordan Mundell.

Thursday night's episode [9 September] saw Megan's husband Bob Voysey crying after finding out that Megan had kissed Jordan, who is also married to Alexis Economou.

Viewers were quick to voice their thoughts on the situation, with one fan calling Megan and Jordan "awful people", and another saying the pair are "self-obsessed".

Following the comments, Megan took to her Instagram Stories to tell followers, "People entering a reality show isn't your cue to spew hate," before addressing the response from viewers in a now-deleted Insta post.

Reacting to the "negativity", Megan re-shared a post from E4 which reads, "To everyone, remember our brides and grooms are real people with friends and family who are all reading your comments. We know this show can sometimes spark debate, but let's all remember to #bekind."

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The wellness coach went on to add her own words, writing, "People entering a reality show isn't your cue to spew hate... channel your energy into yourself and start your healing. Only hurt people hurt people. And for that reason I won't be responding to any more negativity. My energy is more precious than that."

Megan then followed up with a now-deleted Instagram grid post featuring a collage of Love Island stars Caroline Flack, Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon, all of whom have tragically taken their own lives. The MAFS contestant added the caption "We all have very short memories don’t we," in what appears to be a post addressing the impact of hate comments shared online, before going on to delete the picture.

A second Instagram post, which is still live, shows the wellness coach sharing advice on "How to deal with making a mistake," adding "(Spoiler: we all do it)", which fans think could be a reference to the Jordan situation.

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After sharing tips for followers in the caption and video, Megan concluded her post by writing, "A mistake does not define who you are, if you know it is a mistake you are recognising it is not in your character to act that way. Learn and do better ❤️"

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