Inside Married At First Sight UK star Chanita’s luxury lifestyle with endless travel abroad | The Sun

MARRIED At First Sight's latest crop of singletons have been revealed ahead of the new series, and joining the show this year is 29-year-old Chanita.

Chanita is a social worker from Derby who has said she’s more than ready to meet her life partner on Married At First Sight, after two years of being single.

Before single life, Chanita was in a 10-year relationship but she’s now looking for love and says an essential quality in a partner is someone set on family life in a loving home.

When she’s not appearing on the hit reality show, which airs on Monday 29 August, Chanita lives a luxury lifestyle with a fondness for travel.

On social media she regularly posts in various locations abroad, with a recent trip seeing the beauty visiting Ephesus Ancient City in Turkey.

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Earlier this month she posed in a stylish outfit in a swanky outfit with stunning sea views, as she playfully wrote: “Are you sea-ing what I’m sea-ing?”

She also recent visited a beautiful holiday destination and posed on a boardwalk overlooking blue sea and sky.

Chanita joked “just call me Dora,” referencing Dora the Explorer in a nod to her desire of globetrotting.

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The social worker also stunned in a bikini while visiting Costa Brava and taking a trip to the pool.

When’s she not travelling the star enjoys a night out and gets glammed up to enjoy drinks with pals.

It's set to be a drama-filled series this year, and a huge new concept borrowed from the Australia version has been introduced that will see new “intruder” couples thrown in mid-way through the show which expert Mel says will “really throw a spanner in the works.”

She explained: “The new couples thrown in confronts the other couples and shakes up the social dynamic. We’ve really upped the ante this year.”

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