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Married At First Sight’s Nasser Sultan looks very Botoxed at Sydney event

Turning back the clock! Married At First Sight’s Nasser Sultan, 53, cuts a youthful figure as he attends a launch party in Sydney

He’s known for his love of the beauty industry, and has almost certainly dabbled in Botox over the years. 

And former Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan cut a noticeably youthful figure as he attended the launch of luxe eco-brand Nontre on Thursday. 

Nasser, 53, barely had a line on his face as he posed in front of the media wall alongside his pal Ivan Sarakula. 

Pictured: Nasser on MAFS in 2018

Glowing: Married At First Sight’s Nasser Sultan cut a noticeably youthful figure as he attended the launch of luxe eco-brand Nontre on Thursday (left). Right: Nasser on MAFS in 2018 

The Sydney-based star looked radiant and sprightly as he worked his best angles. 

Nasser also had perfect eyebrows and dewy skin. 

It comes after Nasser opened up about his infamous trolling of his MAFS co-stars.

Glowing: Married At First Sight's Nasser Sultan, 53, cut a VERY youthful figure as he attended a launch in Sydney on Thursday

Turning back the clock! Nasser barely had a line on his face as he posed in front of the media wall alongside his pal Ivan Sarakula (left) 

Lively: The Sydney-based star looked radiant and sprightly as he worked his best angles

Lively: The Sydney-based star looked radiant and sprightly as he worked his best angles 

Nasser said in February he’d been ‘playing the character’ of a ‘deluded reality star’ for three years, ever since his debut on MAFS in 2018.

However, in his defence he admitted it had been difficult to return to real life after becoming obsessed with fame.

‘It’s not easy, it’s not like switching a light off. I am obsessed with it – why am I caring about these people?’ he told Not Another Reality TV Podcast.

Regrets: It comes after Nasser opened up about his infamous trolling of his MAFS co-stars

Regrets: It comes after Nasser opened up about his infamous trolling of his MAFS co-stars 

The candid remarks followed his return to the Nine reality show for the reunion special that same month. 

During the TV special, he refused to apologise for making a string of hurtful comments online about his castmates.

While he did say sorry on the podcast for some of his more ‘personal’ insults, Nasser blamed his behaviour on a ‘split personality’.

Drama: Nasser said in February he'd been 'playing the character' of a 'deluded reality star' for three years, ever since his debut on MAFS in 2018

Drama: Nasser said in February he’d been ‘playing the character’ of a ‘deluded reality star’ for three years, ever since his debut on MAFS in 2018

‘I wanted to continue to be noticed and recognised,’ he said. ‘I never wanted it to end – I wanted my name to be known by everyone across Australia.  

‘It all went wrong because I started to embed myself in the lives of everybody else. I am obsessed.’

He went on to say he’d played the character of a villain ‘very well’, but he couldn’t continue to do it forever.

‘There has to be a limit where [I say], “Enough now, I have to change direction,”‘ he said.

Exes: Nasser 'married' Gabrielle Bartlett on MAFS in 2018, but they failed to make it work

Exes: Nasser ‘married’ Gabrielle Bartlett on MAFS in 2018, but they failed to make it work

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