Relationship expert reveals which Married At First Sight couples will stay together

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One of Australia's most renowned relationship experts has predicted which Married At First Sight couples will stay together, and which ones are doomed.
Holly Bartter, 28, runs the successful dating service Matchsmith, which helps clients optimise their online dating profiles.

She closely studied the first MAFS dinner party this week and analysed the couples' body language to determine which marriages are a 'strong match'.

Expert analysis: Relationship expert Holly Bartter has predicted which Married At First Sight couples will last, and which ones are 'doomed'. Pictured: Hayley Vernon and David Cannon

Love guru: Holly Bartter, 28, runs the successful dating service Matchsmith, which helps clients optimise their online dating profiles

Amanda and Tash

It seems their relationship is unbalanced and it was clear to everyone attending the dinner party that they aren't off to a good start.

The two negotiated before they arrived about holding hands as they entered, but that was essentially the only time they spent with any physical closeness.

Tash spent a decent portion of the night having in-depth conversations with the other wives, while Amanda felt very combative with arms crossed and a serious expression as she watched Tash from across the room.

Unless these two really take the time to show more respect to one another, it's unlikely this couple will last.

'It's unlikely this couple will last,' Holly said of Married At First Sight's lesbian brides Tash Herz and Amanda Micallef

Hayley and David

These two spent the evening apart, entering separately, and we know they had been living in separate quarters beforehand.

They are both very stubborn and there didn't seem to be any genuine effort to reconcile. These two seem to already need space from each other after such a short amount of time.

Although the evening felt very much about them, they didn't make any relationship-mending progress.

'They are both very stubborn and there…
By Holly Bartter For Daily Mail Australia
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