MAFS star Sarah Roza confirms split from Telv in emotional post

After weeks of speculation, it’s finally been confirmed that much-loved Married at First Sight couple Sarah Roza and Telv Williams have split.

Sarah broke the news to her 279,000 fans in a lengthy and emotional post on Instagram overnight.

“It is with great heartache, regret & sadness that Telv & I are no longer together,” the reality TV star wrote.


ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER THIS ADVERTISEMENT


“As you undoubtedly saw, my heart was completely committed to this before I even met my husband & it was absolutely set on fire once I did meet him.”

Sarah continued by saying that “like all relationships, no one but the couple involved know exactly what goes on behind the smiles & the tears, so respecting the dignity of both Telv & myself I am wanting to be completely transparent with you; the dedicated, much loved & appreciated viewer.”

She said that at the moment, she’s being supported through the heartache by her friends and family.

“Being surrounded by friends & family is providing a safe haven for me now. This is so I can heal & continue to carry on living a upstanding & happy life.

“An experiment like this forces you to reveal exactly who you are. For me; I’m so proud of my resilience, decency, compassion & my loyalty. I know that nobody is perfect yet I am at that stage in my life where the foundation of basic respect & support from my partner is crucial. As a woman I know what I truly deserve & I just can’t allow my innate standards to be compromised.

“There were so many heartfelt moments that we shared together which I honestly will treasure forever. I truly wish only the absolute best for Telv because I undoubtedly will always love & care very deeply for him, but ultimately I deserve someone who shares the same life goals & aspirations as I do.

Sarah said that although the relationship didn’t work out, she knows that “the right man is out there somewhere looking for [her] too”

“I still believe in my happily ever.”

Subscribe
Notify of
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments