MAFS UK first look: Whitney breaks down in tears over ‘fake’ Duka’s list of things he hates about her | The Sun

MARRIED At First Sight UK's Whitney Hughes is left in tears as Duka Cav lists things he hates about her in an exclusive first look.

Tonight's episode of the E4 programme is all about love and hate – with the newlyweds making a list of each for each other.

But Whitney is left in tears as she insists Duka isn't being genuine with his "cons" for her.

Holding up boards, Duka says two things that annoy him about Whitney is that she "never makes him coffee" in the morning and that she takes too long getting ready.

However in her VT Whitney says: "I don't think he's really put that much thought into it.

"I want it to be genuine, I want it to be real. He's maybe not learning enough and growing enough."

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Breaking down in tears, Whitney adds: "It's really exhausting trying to be strong and put on a brave face. I'm just like, 'obviously what you were doing in the past wasn't working so you have to change'."

It comes after Whitney furiously branded Duka "fake" during a bust-up on their honeymoon in South Africa.

As they argued she told him: "It's a one way thing [between us]. You've got a shiny façade, you're just not that person."

Duka agreed that he does have two sides and told her: "I’m clearly trying to make it work but you have your frustrations towards me.

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"Even as I'm speaking you're rolling your eyes back."

But Whitney fired back: "You're talking sh*t! Stop being fake, just be you!"

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