MAFS UK star quits social media as they admit ‘I’ve not felt myself at all’

Ella Morgan has announced that she's taking a break from social media, following her stint on Married At First Sight UK.

Ella, was the show's first-ever transgender bride, and tied the knot with Nathanial Valentino, before controversially re-entering the experiment with JJ Slater.

Since appearing on the show, Ella has spoken out about some of the social media abuse she has faced, and previously took a break about a month ago while the show was still airing.

She has now told her followers that she will be taking another hiatus from social media, as she shared an emotional message to her Instagram Story.

She wrote: "Sorry I've been a bit quiet with messages, last few weeks have been a lot.. I try to stay positive and always put on a brave face but the last two days I've not felt myself at all.

"I literally haven't felt this low and down (about a lot of things) in a long time. So I'm just taking some time to myself on my own, and will get back to messages when i can.

"I'm sure I'll be my bad a** b***h self soon!"

During their time on the show, both Ella and JJ faced a barrage of social media abuse, with JJ receiving some homophobic and transphobic comments due to his relationship with Ella.

Speaking out on an Instagram livestream, JJ said: ""Am I bi now? No! I see Ella as a girl. I don't know how many times I have to say that.

"The thing is everyone in the experiment saw Ella as a woman and a girl because that's what she is."

His co-star Luke Worley, who was asked to leave the show, added: "Ella to me is a woman.

"I had never been around someone Trans so I had to personally be educated. I look at Trans people totally different now.

"I had to have this conversation with Ella because I needed to be educated as well. Speak to your friends about it in your group chat or privately not on a comment or a post. Speak about it privately if you want to have a rant."

Despite deciding to split up before the end of the show, Ella and JJ appear to have remained on good terms, as he told the Daily Mail: "Ella has been very open with her transition and shares the same genitalia as any other woman I have been with.

"Our relationship was important to both of us, and we are still really good friends."

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