it’s all over. marriage at first sight season 14 stars Steve Moy And noi fomasaki Confirming their split in separate statements have officially left it.
“Divorce feels good,” Fomasak, 33, captioned a bikini pic via Instagram on Saturday, July 9.
She kept sharing glimpses of their beach vacations via Instagram story, which had several set to breakup songs. “Take back your story (even when your voice trembles),” she wrote while posing herself on the paddle board Kanye WestPlayed “Hurricane”.
Another clip features the sad country ballad “Love Song”. Maren MorrisBut, he MAFS The alum ended on an optimistic note Camelaca belowof “Bum Bum” (featuring .) Ed Sheeran) “Love came around and it knocked me down / But I’m back on my feet,” sings Cabello.
Moy, 39, wrote a very long statement on Saturday via Instagram. “I wasn’t expecting this announcement to happen today, but I’m ready to handle it,” he explained. “When I said yes on judgment day, I knew our relationship wasn’t perfect, but I believed that with enough time, effort, and understanding, we could overcome those challenges, and build a healthy, working relationship.” can.”
The software developer continued, “Over time I have lost hope that this could happen, and believe that we are inconsistent in ways that compromise attempts cannot be fixed or overcome. That our relationship is not sustainable in its current form, and after several attempts, I do not believe we can get to the point where it is operating at a healthy enough level, while both of our needs are met. Is.”
She added an important message to her estranged partner, whom she married after meeting at the altar for the first time.
“No, I will always love you. I wish we were a better fit,” he wrote. “I wish we could meet each other’s needs without feeling like we had to compromise ourselves to a point which we consider acceptable. I wish our desire to be flexible towards each other matches the chemistry we were lucky to have, I hope Sushi stays healthy for as long as possible so you can enjoy your time with her, and she May it be there for you through this next chapter. I hope you get the support you need from the people around you and the resources available to you, I hope we can remain cordial, and at some point we can keep in touch, because when things go well I enjoy you in my life. ,
Moy admitted that he has been known to “struggle with being apart from relationships”, but he knows divorce is the right option. “There are so many things that I unfortunately can’t ignore, and move forward with this relationship with confidence,” he explained.
The Boston native is trying to keep his head up and keep his issues private. “Of course I do have some negative feelings about it, but I’m trying to process them on my own time, and with people I can trust, while not letting it bleed in public.” Trying to,” he wrote. “I’ve given myself so much to this marriage, the process, and this whole experience. I’m not sorry for what I’ve given, but it’s time to start doing what’s best for us. “
However, his estranged wife took issue with his statement. In a deleted comment captured by Monsters & Critics, Fomasak said she asked her husband to be with her, but he was already dating other people.
The Laos native reportedly commented via Instagram on Saturday, “You asked for a divorce… I asked you to stay and you said – you don’t owe me anything.” She revealed that her dog is dying after the cancer treatment took effect. “During this time you knew I was weak and my heart was breaking outside of it and this is when you said we should get divorced. Your heart is not going to break so stop acting like that for everyone else You made this choice before including me in the final judgment and you said I was not allowed to talk about it, even though you said you were already seeing other people. Just about your truth Let me be honest and we can both move forward in peace.”
The breakup comes three weeks after the Massachusetts native got real about the tough and sweet parts of their relationship via Instagram in June.
“It should come as no surprise at this point that as we try to navigate the challenges we face in our personal relationships, while recently going public on social media, many people are invested and want details, He wrote alongside photos of the “best of the Times” he shared with the University of Minnesota alum, such as sharing road trips and vacations together. Choosing not to share things, while at the same time assuming that it is for some people to want to know more.”
Moy touched on the specific work he’s doing on himself. “How we appear to others as people, and as a person, is very important to me,” he explained. “My biggest challenge lately has been to figure out how I can show that while remaining authentic and true to myself and my feelings.”
They also clarified about the timeline of their romance, explaining that the show depicts “just a fraction” of their time together. “It’s safe to say that a lot has happened since then,” he said, “at best, our relationship has been truly special and full of love. Although we face our challenges, one thing is certain. Yes, our chemistry is undeniable. I want to share some good times.”
Before their split, the reality stars were one of the rare couples on the Lifetime series to be together after their season ended. During the Season 14 reunion in May, the former couple revealed they were still together after the finale — but Fomasak explained that she was still on the fence about taking her husband’s last name.
“I haven’t decided whether I’m going to take Steve’s last name,” she said at the time. “I’m still a representative of Team Moy, it’s not official yet.”
Viewers watched the former couple’s rocky relationship in front of cameras during the 2022 season, which saw Moy and Fomasak deal with a variety of issues—including his hesitation to move in with him—and his unemployment.