MAFS star Georges strips off for a get ready with me video after co-star dubs his romance with Peggy 'fake' | The Sun

MAFS star Georges Berthonneau stripped off for a get ready with me video after his co-star dubbed his romance with Peggy Rose 'fake'.

Erica Roberts, 25, and Jordan Gayle, 26, didn't hold back when sharing their opinion on their relationship.

Georges, 30, and Peggy, 32, tied the knot just seconds after meeting each other on this year's series of the E4 show – and they are still going strong now.

However Erica and Jordan don't think that it is genuine.

Despite their comments, Georges took to Instagram to share a fashion post of his outfit.

He captioned the post: "What outfits do you want to see me wear? Looking at doing my get ready with me videos for a thicker man."

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Although Georges and Peggy had a rough ride on the show, they are still with each other now.

In an exclusive chat with The Sun Erica and Jordan slammed the pair as fake.

Jordan told us: “I just don't believe Peggy and Georges as a couple.

“I didn't believe in them at the time, and I know I said earlier about the editing not always being what it seems but, in Peggy and Georges’ case, it did seem accurate.

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“Most people watching didn't really understand them. I don't understand how, as a couple, they always had a million problems, a million different problems, new problems every week, yet they were still happy enough to stay with each other. 

“Surely, if you have that many problems as a couple, you wouldn't be happy? 

“But the reason why I feel like they could get through it, and be happy, is because they didn't really care, so it's not really a problem.”

Erica claimed that their relationship is "manufactured" and Jordan agreed.

Jordan added: "I thought it was manufactured drama to get more airtime, and they probably had the most air time out of everyone. 

“But I just feel like if you really care about someone, and you're really into them, any small problem eats away at you. 

“I just don't believe in it whatsoever.

“We’ll see soon with couples; will they still be together in like a year's time? I'll be absolutely shocked if they are – unless they’re getting success together as a couple.”

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