EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight’s Natalie Parham ‘no longer on speaking terms’ with Collins Christian as she abruptly quits the show for the second time

Married At First Sight bride Natalie Parham is set to sensationally call it quits for the second time during Monday’s episode.

Daily Mail Australia spotted the Melbourne physiotherapist, 32, storming out of the Skye Suites with her suitcase on August 17 before making her way to the airport.

Sources close to production let slip that Natalie was struggling immensely throughout filming and missing her family.

‘Natalie was homesick after losing her father and just wanted out,’ an insider revealed.

‘Collins was just doing her head in and Natalie wasn’t coping.

Married At First Sight bride Natalie Parham is set to sensationally call it quits during Monday’s episode. (Pictured with TV husband Collins Christian

Daily Mail Australia spotted the Melbourne physiotherapist, 32, storming out of the Skye Suites with her suitcase on August 17 before making her way to the airport

Daily Mail Australia spotted the Melbourne physiotherapist, 32, storming out of the Skye Suites with her suitcase on August 17 before making her way to the airport

‘Nat finally reached boiling point and production agreed to let her go home.’

According to the spy, the pair ended on ‘bad terms’ and things don’t get much better at the reunion when they have an argument on camera.

‘Collins is still spiteful and keeps blaming her for robbing him of his opportunity…’ they said. 

‘Things got really nasty quick and they both just went their separate ways.

‘Collins didn’t even want to be with friends with Natalie afterwards, it’s really sh*tty.’

Sources close to production let slip that Natalie was struggling immensely throughout filming and missing her family. (Natalie pictured the morning she quit the show)

Sources close to production let slip that Natalie was struggling immensely throughout filming and missing her family. (Natalie pictured the morning she quit the show)

According to friends, Natalie always felt like Collins was putting on a performance for cameras and was a complete different person when camera's weren't rolling

According to friends, Natalie always felt like Collins was putting on a performance for cameras and was a complete different person when camera’s weren’t rolling

According to friends, Natalie always felt like Collins was putting on a performance for cameras and was a complete different person when camera’s weren’t rolling.

It comes after fellow MAFS groom Jayden Eynaud took a swipe at the now Sydney-based executive assistant and labelled him ‘two-faced’ and unsupportive of his on-screen wife.

‘Nat (Parham) was in a very unfortunate situation with her dad passing away, unfortunately, six weeks before the show,’ the professional boxer told Daily Mail Australia last week.

Jayden Eynaud (pictured) did not hold back his criticisms about Collins Christian during an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Australia on Thursday

Jayden Eynaud (pictured) did not hold back his criticisms about Collins Christian during an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Australia on Thursday

Jayden went on to explain that Collins appeared devastated that his experience was ruined when Natalie opted to leave the show, rather than the fact she wasn’t coping. 

‘He seemed really annoyed, like, “Oh yeah I have to get back to work tomorrow”.

‘You should be worrying about your wife’s loss, and what she’s going through,’ Jayden argued. 

‘She should be your priority, and if she was really important to you, and if love was really important to you, then the experiment wouldn’t matter, because you can pursue the relationship on the outside.’

He went on to describe how Collins (pictured) presented himself differently when the cameras were rolling, in stark contrast to his off-screen persona

He went on to describe how Collins (pictured) presented himself differently when the cameras were rolling, in stark contrast to his off-screen persona

Jayden went on to describe how Collins presented himself differently when the cameras were rolling, in stark contrast to his off-screen persona.

‘On camera, he’s always trying to do and say the right thing… whereas, in person, he’s a bloke, and he says what he wants, he doesn’t give a sh*t,’ he added. 

‘He’s very outgoing… very social and… very bubbly and loud. 

He’s completely different to what he seems on TV,’ Jayden claimed.

'Nat (Parham) was in a very unfortunate situation with her dad passing away, unfortunately, six weeks before the show,' said the professional boxer

‘Nat (Parham) was in a very unfortunate situation with her dad passing away, unfortunately, six weeks before the show,’ said the professional boxer 

'You should be worrying about your wife's loss, and what she's going through,' Jayden argued

‘You should be worrying about your wife’s loss, and what she’s going through,’ Jayden argued 

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