As the current season of MAFS comes to its tail end, viewers are wondering who, out of this year’s controversial sets of couples, is actually still together.

While fans probably aren’t too surprised that all signs are pointing to Tahnee and Ollie still being together, they may be shocked to learn that Layton and Melinda appear to be very much together, too.

Although the couple has had a tumultuous time in recent episodes, Layton was recently spotted picking Melinda up from the airport with a huge bouquet of flowers.

Daily Mail Australia published photos of Melinda and Layton with their arms around each other at the terminal, as well as pics of them sharing a kiss while waiting for the MAFS bride’s bags.

Layton and Melinda have had quite a journey throughout the current season of MAFS. On their wedding day, Melinda shared her doubts about her new husband, however, as time went on the couple grew close and appeared to be one of the strongest on the show.

That changed in recent episodes when the experts introduced a ‘couple-swap’ task. John Aiken called the task “feedback week” and it saw the remaining participants switch partners for three days. During that time the reality stars were encouraged to critique their relationships and share advice with one another.

Layton and were asked to swap with their arch nemeses, Bronte and Harrison. While Melinda agreed to live with Harrison, Layton said that his morals didn’t align with the task, and refused to live with Bronte. The choice has seen Melinda and Layton fighting over their choices about how to handle the task and led to a very tense session on the couch at last night’s MAFS commitment ceremony.

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However, the new photos indicate that Layton and Melinda have since overcome their obstacles and are happily together.

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