Married At First Sight’s Mark Hughes And His Partner Are Expecting Their Second Child Together

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‘Happy to announce we’re expecting’: Former Married At First Sight groom reveals he and his longtime partner are expecting their second child

Season two Married At First Sight star Mark Hughes has announced the happy news that he and his partner Marie Angeleski are expecting their second child together.

The former groom, who “married” Christie Jordee in 2016, posted a series of photos of himself pretending to be pregnant with pillows on his shirt.

Beside him was Marie and their three-year-old daughter Stevie, rocking his belly.

'Happy to announce we're expecting': Season Two Married At First Sight star Mark Hughes has announced the happy news that he and partner Marie Angeleski are expecting their second child together

‘Happy to announce we’re expecting’: Season Two Married At First Sight star Mark Hughes has announced the happy news that he and partner Marie Angeleski are expecting their second child together

He also shared a photo of their unborn child’s ultrasound, captioning it, “Happy to announce we’re pregnant!!”

Meanwhile, Marie posted a 3D ultrasound of their baby, revealing that their little one is a “rainbow baby” on the way – a term used for a child born after the loss of a child through miscarriage.

She wrote: ‘After the toughest journey of ups and downs and heartbreak over the years, baby Hughes number 2 is expected in early December.

“We feel so, so grateful and can’t wait to meet the little one later this year,” she added.

Former Flames: MAFS fans will remember Mark from season two of the social experiment, when he married Christie Jordee in 2016

Former Flames: MAFS fans will remember Mark from season two of the social experiment, when he married Christie Jordee in 2016

Former Flames: MAFS fans will remember Mark from season two of the social experiment, when he married Christie Jordee in 2016

There’s baby! Mark shared a photo of their unborn child’s ultrasound, captioning it, “Happy to announce we’re pregnant!!”

“Thank you to the friends who have supported me and been there for us. Stevie’s pumped too!’ Marie added, along with the hashtags “#babyhughes” and “#rainbowbaby.”

Mark found love with Marie after trying to make his relationship with his TV wife Christie Jordee work after their time on the social experiment.

At the time, he said in an Instagram post that their split was a “mutual decision.”

'We feel so, so grateful': Meanwhile, Marie posted a 3D ultrasound of their baby, revealing that their little one is a 'rainbow baby' on the way - a term used for a child born after the loss of a child by a miscarriage

'We feel so, so grateful': Meanwhile, Marie posted a 3D ultrasound of their baby, revealing that their little one is a 'rainbow baby' on the way - a term used for a child born after the loss of a child by a miscarriage

‘We feel so, so grateful’: Meanwhile, Marie posted a 3D ultrasound of their baby, revealing that their little one is a ‘rainbow baby’ on the way – a term used for a child born after the loss of a child by a miscarriage

Going Their separate ways: Mark found love with Marie after trying to make his relationship with his TV wife Christie Jordee work after their time on the Social Experiment. At the time, he said in an Instagram post that their split was a “mutual decision”

Meanwhile, Christee told vertelde women’s Day that the distance between them—her base in Sydney and his farm in rural Victoria—was too great to bridge.

“We started to fall in love, but our heads came before our hearts,” she said.

“It’s hard, it’s hard. My company is falling a bit short, so I told him to come here now,” she admitted

'It's hard, it's hard': Meanwhile, Christee (pictured here) told Women's Day that the distance between them - her base in Sydney and his farm in rural Victoria - was too great to bridge

'It's hard, it's hard': Meanwhile, Christee (pictured here) told Women's Day that the distance between them - her base in Sydney and his farm in rural Victoria - was too great to bridge

‘It’s hard, it’s hard’: Meanwhile, Christee (pictured here) told Women’s Day that the distance between them – her base in Sydney and his farm in rural Victoria – was too great to bridge

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