Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli found love with each other on Married At First Sight in 2019.
And on Friday, it was evident the couple have become very comfortable with each other.
The 32-year-old Influencer shared a video on her Instagram Stories showing herself naked in a bathtub as her boyfriend scrubbed her back with an exfoliating glove on.
‘We actually don’t know what alone time is’: Married At First Sight’s Martha Kalifatidis revealed she bathes with boyfriend Michael Brunelli in an Instagram Story on Tuesday
‘We’re so sick? Please tell me we’re not alone,’ she wrote on the post.
In the clip, Martha wore a face mask, a head band and made sure to cover up her ample assets as Michael, 29, rubbed her back.
She complimented her beau’s work and told him, ‘You’re quite cute in lilac’, referring to the glove he was wearing.
Very comfortable: She followed that with another video, this time showing her naked beau’s backside as he showered. ‘We actually don’t know what alone time is,’ she said as she showed off a only a hint of her body in the bathtub and Michael’s nude figure behind her
He seemed embarrassed and replied: ‘The things I do for you.’
The blonde beauty followed that with another video, this time showing her naked beau’s backside as he showered.
‘We actually don’t know what alone time is,’ she told her fans as she showed off Michael’s nude bottom behind her.
Ready for the reunion: Martha’s videos comes after she and her boyfriend Michael Brunelli were seen arriving at the filming of the MAFS reunion special in Sydney, earlier this month
Martha and Michael are currently in Melbourne, spending time with their respective families.
Earlier this month, the couple filmed the MAFS reunion special in Sydney.
The pair are one of the few successful couples to have met on the Channel Nine social experiment.
Still going strong: They met as strangers in September 2018, when they filmed their non-legally binding wedding on Married At First Sight. The pair are one of the few successful couples to have met on the Channel Nine social experiment