Married at First Sight stars Deonna McNeill and Greg Okotie welcome baby boy

Congratulations, both!

Married at First Sight Australia is what it's all about at the moment, but amid all the drama from Down Under, one MAFS couple has just welcomed their first child together. Congratulations!

Deonna McNeill and Greg Okotie – who met on the ninth season of the US series – shared their happy news on Instagram, introducing "Baby O" to the world yesterday (March 3).

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Both Deonna and Greg shared an adorable photo of their baby boy on social media, telling followers: "Over the weekend our little bundle of joy entered the world after a long 36hrs of labor! Say hello to Declan Okotie aka Baby O. We love him so much already!

"Thank you for all of the well wishes and blessings. Everyone is doing great and getting adjusted to our new normal. Sandy ABSOLUTELY loves her brother."

In a separate statement to E! News, a spokesperson said on behalf of the couple: "We are so blessed and excited to welcome our baby boy, Declan, into the world. We're all healthy and doing well just happy to be home as a family of three!"

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Deonna and Greg have been married since 2019, and can be considered one of the franchise's success stories – although the same can't be said for some of Married at First Sight Australia's couples.

Opening up about her decision to have an affair behind her husband Mick's back while on the show, Jessika Power recently admitted she regretted her behaviour. "The situation could have been handled so differently," she said.

Married at First Sight Australia is airing on E4 in the UK, and is also available on All 4.


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