Married At First Sight’s Martha Kalifatidis talks ‘high pressure’ relationship with Michael Brunelli

EXCLUSIVE: Martha Kalifatidis reveals the bizarre thing that puts ‘high pressure’ on relationship with Michael Brunelli after Married At First Sight

It’s been almost two years since Married At First Sight‘s Martha Kalifatidis met boyfriend Michel Brunelli at the end of the aisle when they filmed their reality TV wedding. 

And although the couple may now appear stronger than ever, Martha admits things aren’t always perfect behind closed doors.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday, the 31-year-old revealed the surprising issue that puts ‘high pressure’ on their relationship.

EXCLUSIVE: Martha Kalifatidis has revealed the bizarre thing that puts ‘high pressure’ on relationship with Michael Brunelli after the pair appeared on Married At First Sight last year

Martha said that living and working alongside each other from home as social media influencers can create tension. 

‘Look, sometimes it can be high pressure but for the most part we have it down to a fine science,’ she explained. 

Martha and Michael film, edit and produce each other’s content. 

They earn their full time income via sponsored fashion and makeup posts, fitness videos, cooking tutorials and other branded content, mostly all created from the comfort of their North Bondi home.   

Martha said tension between the two became more apparent than ever on Monday when she was filming her at home tie-dye tracksuit tutorial for the BWS Instagram page as part of a brand collaboration. 

'It can be high pressure': Martha said that living and working alongside each other from home as social media influencers can create tension

‘It can be high pressure’: Martha said that living and working alongside each other from home as social media influencers can create tension

Business and pleasure: The couple earn their full time income via sponsored fashion and makeup posts, fitness videos, cooking tutorials and other branded content, mostly all created from the comfort of their North Bondi home

Business and pleasure: The couple earn their full time income via sponsored fashion and makeup posts, fitness videos, cooking tutorials and other branded content, mostly all created from the comfort of their North Bondi home

‘I was trying to get Michael to help film, but we were having just one of those days where we just probably shouldn’t have been on camera together,’ said Martha.

‘I ended up just setting up the camera and doing most of it in the bathroom’.

When asked how the couple have maintained their popularity on social media after their season of the show aired, Martha believes it’s all down to one reason.   

'We were having one of those days': Martha said tension between the two became more apparent than ever on Monday when she was filming her at home tie-dye tracksuit tutorial for the BWS Instagram page as part of a brand collaboration

‘We were having one of those days’: Martha said tension between the two became more apparent than ever on Monday when she was filming her at home tie-dye tracksuit tutorial for the BWS Instagram page as part of a brand collaboration

'We're pretty vulnerable and not perfect': Martha believes that the pair have maintained their popularity on social media because their 'relatable' and 'raw' for their audience

‘We’re pretty vulnerable and not perfect’: Martha believes that the pair have maintained their popularity on social media because their ‘relatable’ and ‘raw’ for their audience 

‘I feel like we’re really real. We’re pretty vulnerable on Instagram and raw, and I think that’s why people can relate to us, because we’re not perfect,’ she said.

‘Nothing in our lives is perfect. Everything is a working progress, and I feel like the majority can relate to that. 

‘I guess you never really feel lonely either. If you’re having a bad day, someone will write something to you and you’ll feel good.’

Tie-Dye tracksuits are the celeb-approved quarantine trend. You can watch Martha share her very own tie-dying tutorial via the BWS Instagram now   

'Nothing in our lives is perfect. Everything is a working progress, and I feel like the majority can relate to that,' Martha told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday

‘Nothing in our lives is perfect. Everything is a working progress, and I feel like the majority can relate to that,’ Martha told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday 

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