Married at First Sight UK star Jenna Robinson looks unrecognisable in throwback shots.
On the series so far, the Blackpool-based business owner has been seen sporting long blonde styles ahead of her wedding day.
However, in Instagram snaps posted years before the hit series was filmed, she looks incredibly different with long red tresses.
In Monday night's episode, just before getting hitched, Jenna revealed she suffers from alopecia and usually wears wigs in her day-to-day life.
She loves changing up her hairstyle, which is evident in the throwback snap, in which Jenna can be seen with long wavy red hair.
In the snap she poses for a selfie with her tongue out, while wearing a stripy off-the-shoulder top, denim dungarees and aviator-style glasses.
Tonight's episode has seen Jenna, 32, marry fellow contestant Zoe Clifton, 30, making them MAFS UK's first ever lesbian couple.
In the series opener, Jenna was seen taking part in the hen do and sipping champagne with her fellow co-stars, with her now blonde hair in a wavy half-up, half-down style.
She told her fellow brides: "I don’t like dating apps and I don’t go out anywhere to meet anyone, so this is the only way I’m going to find love… hopefully.”
The show featured its first ever same sex couple in 2021, Daniel McKee and Matthew Jameson.
They proved to be a hit with fans, and have also become one of MAFS' best success stories, with their relationship still going strong a year on.
Expert Melanie Schilling, who appears alongside matchmakers Paul Brunson and Charlene Douglas, spoke to The Sun about the introduction of same-sex couples to the show.
"We take the matchmaking process extremely seriously," she said.
“It’s so important to us that we find matches that are authentic and reflect the diversity of the society we live in.”
The series' first episode saw Whitney Hughes marry Duka Cav, with fans threatening to call Ofcom due to what they deemed her "rude" behaviour.
The PA from St Albans made several flippant comments during their vows and even rolled her eyes at her new husband as they married.
She has since spoken out about her behaviour down the aisle.
“I mean, I wasn’t going into it with these super high expectations, expecting to find the love of my life because I can be quite pessimistic. But deep down yes I did want to find a really good connection with my husband,” she told The Sun.
She continued: “I went into denial for a second, and then I got to the end of the aisle, and I was like, 'OK I’ve got to marry this guy'. And it was like, ‘OK don't trip, don’t trip!’"
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She added: “The thing is, I actually hate drama and I hate being in confronting situations.
“My go to is being sort of dry and sarcastic and blunt, that is my way of diverting away from opening my heart.
“I don’t think the viewers get my humour yet, they might eventually see that most of the time I’m just joking. I don’t take myself too seriously so I don’t know why everyone else is. It’s just dry sarcastic humour a lot of the time."
Married at First Sight UK continues on E4 at 9pm, Mondays to Thursdays.
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