As with all reality TV shows the people taking part are subject to viewers voicing their opinions and sometimes this means they've been subject to online abuse.

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Now E4, which screens the programme, has posted on Instagram thanking their viewers but also reminding them to keep on being kind.

Posting a selfie of all the brides and grooms E4 captioned the post: "We just want to say a big thank you to everyone who is remembering to #BeKind to all our lovely brides and grooms.

"It has been a wild ride so far, but remember, the people taking part in this experiment, their friends and family do see your messages x"

The post comes after some contestants have suffered hate such as Tayah who was criticised for her "baby bump", Megan was trolled for kissing Jordon, and Morag for her treatment of Welsh groom Luke.

Many of the brides and grooms commented on the post, echoing the message of be kind, including bride Amy.

She said: "And also remember you only see a snippet of days filming in one episode and some things are taken without any context relating to it to add drama!!"

She added: "We all went in there just wanting to be loved! Some of us got that some of us didn't but we don't deserve the abuse we are receiving."

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