Married At First Sight’s Lyndall blocks Cameron’s phone number and his Instagram account after brutal split at the final vows ceremony
After Married At First Sight’s Lyndall Grace brutally dumped her TV husband Cameron Woods during the show’s final vows this week, it didn’t seem like their relationship could get any more vicious.
But now it has, as Lyndall blocked the 27-year-old carpenter’s phone number during a live radio interview on Tuesday.
Appearing on LiSTNR’s Mike E and Emma, Lyndall agreed with the presenters that there was no reason to be in contact with her TV husband any longer.
Host Mike then encouraged her to block Cam on Instagram, saying: ‘Put us on speaker, we want to know that you have done it. Look him up on Insta and do it!’
She replied: ‘Oh god, okay, I can block his number as well.’
Married At First Sight’s Lyndall Grace (pictured) brutally blocked her TV husband Cam Woods’ phone number and Instagram account live on-air during a radio interview on Tuesday
Appearing on LiSTNR’s Mike E and Emma, Lyndall agreed with the presenters that there was no reason to be in contact with her TV husband any longer
The bride then put her phone on speaker and narrated exactly what she was doing.
‘We will go block this caller, and.. block contact,’ she said, before confirming that it was all done.
This came after Cam read his final vows to Lyndall on KIIS FM’s The Kyle And Jackie O Show on Tuesday.
During Monday night’s episode, Lyndall brutally denied Cam the opportunity to read his own vows after announcing she was ending their marriage, telling him: ‘No matter what you say today, it’s only going to disappoint me again.’
The carpenter gave her this wish and threw his vows on the ground before storming off.
However, he has now shared them, and he was pretty brutal too, admitting that the reason he found it hard to be affectionate with her during the series is because he wasn’t falling in love with her.
The bride has now cut off all contact with her ex, making it so he’s unable to contact her
In his vows, Cam praised Lyndall for teaching him the ‘importance of being vulnerable in love’, adding: ‘You made it comfortable to open up when that’s something I have always struggled to do.’
But his tone changed as he spoke about the dark side of their relationship.
He pointed out the logistical issues they would face as a couple, given that he is based in the Northern Territory and accountant Lyndall lives in Western Australia.
Then, he said communication and the way they handle conflict were major problems in their marriage, explaining: ‘You say I can’t sit down and talk through tough times, but you never asked the question because you were scared of the answer.’
Cam then took a stab at Lyndall for ‘airing their dirty laundry’, telling her it ‘pushed his buttons’ when she spoke about their issues at the dinner parties, commitment ceremonies and homestays.
In a particularly brutal line, he declared: ‘Throughout this experiment you have needed more affection, reassurance and emotion from me.
‘I’ve taken the time to reflect on why I haven’t been able to give you this. I think these things flow naturally when you are falling in love… which I am not.’
Cam took a stab at Lyndall during his final vows, claiming that she ‘aired their dirty laundry’ during the experiment