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Married At First Sight: Proof Booka Nile and Brett Helling have split

Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: Proof Booka Nile and Brett Helling have split after ‘poison letter’ scandal

Married At First Sight‘s Booka Nile and Brett Helling’s relationship fell apart during Wednesday night’s explosive dinner party.

And it seems the couple weren’t able to reconcile after their argument, as they kept their distance from one another while filming the show’s reunion last month.

Booka and Brett, both 31, each arrived in Sydney separately and were housed at different hotels – which all but confirms they’re not together.

Going solo: They kept their distance from one another while filming the show's reunion last month. Pictured: Brett Helling

Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: It seems Booka Nile (left) and Brett Helling (right) weren’t able to reconcile after their argument during Wednesday’s dinner party, as they kept their distance from one another while filming the show’s reunion last month

Daily Mail Australia understands they had no contact with each other after jetting into Sydney on February 6.

Booka and Brett didn’t speak until it was time to film the reunion, and even then they only exchanged a few words. 

Booka, a heavy metal musician and mental health worker from Perth, spent most of her time in Sydney on her own in Surry Hills. 

Meanwhile, Brett mostly kept to himself, arriving for the dinner party and reunion cocktail party solo.

Kept apart: Booka and Brett, both 31, each arrived in Sydney separately and were housed at different hotels - which all but confirms they're not together

Kept apart: Booka and Brett, both 31, each arrived in Sydney separately and were housed at different hotels – which all but confirms they’re not together

Where's Brett? Booka, a heavy metal musician and mental health worker from Perth, spent most of her time in Sydney on her own in Surry Hills

Where’s Brett? Booka, a heavy metal musician and mental health worker from Perth, spent most of her time in Sydney on her own in Surry Hills

Their relationship frayed on the show this week because of the ‘poison letter’ task. 

The challenge saw Booka storm out of their apartment after her husband accused her of being self-centred.

Speaking to Chrissie, Sam & Browny on Thursday, Brett said he’d felt like everything was going fine until she read the letter, which was written by fellow MAFS groom Patrick Dwyer based on his private conversations with Brett.

Not happy: Brett mostly kept to himself while in Sydney, arriving for the dinner party and reunion cocktail party solo

Brett is pictured here with a female producer

Not happy: Brett mostly kept to himself while in Sydney, arriving for the dinner party and reunion cocktail party solo. Pictured right with a female producer

‘I just didn’t see it coming,’ he told the radio hosts.

Brett said that after watching Wednesday’s episode, he now wishes he’d apologised.

‘There’s only one thing I wish I had said, looking back, I wish in that I moment I’d said sorry to Booka because I think that would have made all the difference,’ he said.

Done: Their relationship frayed on the show this week because of the 'poison letter' task, which saw Booka storm out of their apartment after Brett accused her of being self-centred

Done: Their relationship frayed on the show this week because of the ‘poison letter’ task, which saw Booka storm out of their apartment after Brett accused her of being self-centred

During the episode, Booka explained that she wanted Brett to take accountability for speaking negatively about her to Patrick behind her back.

Booka told the group at the dinner party: ‘This whole relationship I have been the bad person. He has been the good person.’

‘I’m over being the problem. I’m done, I’m just done,’ she said, to which Brett replied: ‘We’re both exhausted. Nothing works, we’ve both tried. It just goes nowhere.’

Brett later told producers he was tired and didn’t see a future with Booka. 

Will they last? Daily Mail Australia understands they had no contact with each other after jetting into Sydney on February 6. They didn't speak until it was time to film the reunion (pictured) and even then they only exchanged a few words

Will they last? Daily Mail Australia understands they had no contact with each other after jetting into Sydney on February 6. They didn’t speak until it was time to film the reunion (pictured) and even then they only exchanged a few words

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