Peggy Rose Lawrence disclosed that while filming Married At First Sight UK, she was admitted to the hospital for a period of time. Peggy Rose Lawrence, the UK bride from Married At First Sight, talked candidly about her “painful and frustrating” health battle during the E4 series’ filming. The celebrity’s update comes after Peggy ultimately revealed that, months after the 2023 show concluded, she and groom Georges Berthonneau are still going strong.
And during a recent question and answer session on her Instagram, Peggy was asked what the worst and best parts of filming MAFS UK were. Sharing a picture of herself suffering a reaction, she explained: “My most painful and frustrating part was definitely my allergy to dust and pollen (Wembley cut their grass several times a day and we were a stone’s throw from the grounds).. my whole face was swollen and painful to touch.
“I didn’t realize I had this until four weeks into the filming, right after we moved into the newly constructed flats! They didn’t know what was wrong, so I underwent multiple hospital visits for prescription drugs, steroids, and antibiotics.”
She continued, saying it was challenging to film and be her “happy self,” before continuing, “My heart goes out to those who are suffering and I know there are worse things in the world before anybody reminds me.” Just responding to the inquiry is insignificant.”
On her favourite memories, Peggy said: “My best part was obviously meeting Georges! There are loads of best bits! Our wedding day, final date, and vow renewal in particular!”
It comes after Peggy confirmed the pair were still together. Over the weekend, the star shared a series of loved-up snaps on social media and wrote: “CONFIRMED: We’re still together! We held back on sharing and smothering socials to give ourselves some much needed quality time post the show ending.
We are so strong because, while being in a relationship, we each maintain our uniqueness and sense of self. Even if it seems corny, we want to thank you all for your patience. Although it hasn’t always been easy, sharing our journey with you has meant the world to us, and we appreciate your unwavering love and support.