Last night’s shock ending of Married At First Sight Australia was a doozy. The explosive finish left us all with one burning question that we thought we may never get the answer to: What the frickity frack was in Cam’s vows letter to Lyndall?!
Well, Cam has now shared what he was intending to say to his TV wife before she cut him off and walked away.
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In case you missed the whole debacle, Lyndall delivered a strong cup of brutal honesty to her on-screen hubby. After revealing she had felt like a “burden” and “inconvenience” for weeks, the 27-year-old bride left nothing unsaid.
“Stay in your lane, and I’ll stay in mine. I want to build a life I’m proud of and that life doesn’t include you.”
Lyndall stopped Cam from delivering his own pre-prepared vows, telling him: “I think I’m done”.
Cam stormed off leaving his note behind, and let me tell you that piece of paper nearly hit the ground as fast as my jaw.
Brace yourselves because Cam has since revealed to Kyle & Jackie O what he had written in the note.
“From the moment I laid eyes on you, there was an instant connection. You had the warmest of smiles on your face walking down the aisle, and I quickly learned that you love life just as much as I do. I felt that instant spark from day one.
I was intrigued to find out more – did the experts get it right?
Our wedding day was one for the books, filled with a lot of fun, laughs and surprised faces. I thought the wedding day was unreal. You made a stunning bride. Which brings us to the honeymoon, where we spent several days in Fraser Island really getting to know one another.
I love that we had common interests. You’re an incredible singer, and your enthusiasm for life and the way you love those closest to you is something I really admire.
The more I learn about you, the more I respect you. You are kind, empathetic and have a genuine heart. You always bring positive vibes to any room. I like that you give anything a go.
It’s been hard for both of us, away from friends and family, relying on one another for everything. It’s personally been a struggle for me being in the big city. Darwin, the outback and all things that come with that lifestyle is where I belong.
That being said, I really enjoyed living with you in Sydney for the past three months. You have made Sydney feel like the closest thing to home.
You’ve been understanding and taught me the importance of being vulnerable and loved, you made it comfortable for me to open up, which is something I’ve always struggled to do.
But throughout this experiment, among all the good times, I’ve had my fair share of concerns about the future.
The most obvious, we live in different states, with different lifestyles, and being together would mean one of us has to change our life completely. Another major concern is the way we handle conflict.
You can say I can’t sit down and talk through tough times, but you never asked the question because you didn’t want the answer.
Communication has been an issue for us, such as at the dinner party, commitment ceremony and homestays. I feel like you like to air our dirty laundry in public environments, which really pushes my buttons.
Throughout this experiment, you have needed more affection, reassurance, and emotion from me. I’ve taken the time to reflect on why I haven’t been able to give you these things.
I think these things flow naturally when you are falling in love, which I’m not.
I made a promise in my vows to be open and honest. I’d be lying to myself if I stood here today and told you I could see this relationship working beyond today.
Lyndall, I appreciate what you’ve taught me about myself, what I’ve learned throughout this experiment, and now what I know what I want in a life partner."
Eeeeek, I guess the reunion dinner party is gonna be one heck of an awkward time... I can't wait!