A CUMBRIAN woman will enter smash hit Channel 4 TV show Married at First Sight UK after feeling she has 'run out of dating options in rural Cumbria'.

Adrienne Naylor, 26, who works as a project support officer in Cumbria will be entering the show as an 'intruder bride' over the next couple of week.

Married at First Sight UK 2023 is already underway, with the series saying they have already seen 'some of the most dramatic scenes we’ve seen in the experiment.'

"But we’ve been hiding a secret under our veil..." they added. "Four brand new couples are about to enter the experiment to shake everything up."

Adrienne from west Cumbria, who is described as 'fiercely independent', will be one of the seven new faces on the line up.

A spokesman for Married at First Sight UK said: "Feeling she’s run out of dating options in rural Cumbria, Adrienne is on the hunt for a worthy man.

"Having left the family home at 15, she’s always been fiercely independent, but now is looking for someone equally self-driven she can share a future with.

"She now knows what she deserves and won’t settle for anything less.

"Having recently lost a life-changing eight stone, Adrienne is full of a new found confidence and ready to meet her perfect partner."

The hit show sees couples will make a lifelong commitment to one another at a glamorous ceremony, overseen by a wedding celebrant, that includes guests, bridal gowns, dancing, speeches and cake.

After the ceremony and celebrations are over, true love is well and truly put to the test, as they embark on a luxurious honeymoon. Then, they’ll join the rest of the group to take part in the recurring dinner parties and commitment ceremonies.