Mark and Lindsey’s relationship didn’t work out, however they take a second to clear the air after their divorce on this EXCLUSIVE preview of MAFS Boston: The place Are They Now. Whereas sitting down with Mark, Lindsey brings up the bowling alley scene she didn’t see till the reunion. “I simply felt so terrible that you just needed to see that or hear that as a result of I by no means supposed so that you can see or hear that,” Lindsey tells Mark.
Whereas mic’d up, Lindsey infamously went off on her then-husband on the bowling alley. “I hate my husband. He’s a pathetic f**king loser,” Lindsey mentioned on the time.
Lindsey tells Mark that her intense was simply to “rage vent” to the producer about her “frustrations.” She continues, “I felt unhealthy that you just needed to see it and listen to it… I felt embarrassed that I embarrassed you.”
Mark doesn’t maintain any unhealthy blood in direction of Lindsey. “Listening to Lindsey apologize proper now could be actually all I ever wished,” Mark admits. “I by no means was any person that held onto issues, however I feel simply listening to somebody apologize for doing one thing fallacious is a pleasant feeling.”
Mark goes on to say that he feels “blessed” to have met Lindsey as a result of he “received so many good issues in a method, had I been with another person, I won’t have change into the particular person I’m immediately.” He provides, “I’ve grown due to you.”
He additionally tells Lindsey that he’s “at all times going to have a lot love” for Lindsey. Lindsey is grateful that Mark has accepted her apology. “I really feel like this marriage didn’t carry out my finest self,” she confesses.
Mark reveals that he has “no in poor health needs towards Lindsey” and has hope for his or her future post-divorce. “I wouldn’t thoughts being her buddy sooner or later. I’m truly hoping that getting divorced from Lindsey will make our relationship higher. However with Lindsey you simply by no means know what might occur,” Mark says. The Married At First Sight particular will air June 1 at 8 p.m. on Lifetime.