MAFS’ Elizabeth Sobinoff looks unrecognisable in throwback photos

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Who is that girl? It’s Elizabeth Sobinoff, aka Lizzie, from not one, but two seasons of Married At First Sight.

WATCH: MAFS’ Elizabeth flaunt new body

The reality TV star fave posted two throwback photos to her Insta, making fans do a double take.

“Year 10 formal….. #oldschool,” she captioned one.

“Bubba liza #15yearsyoung,” she wrote under another.

Lizzie's throwbacks left and right. Middle: Lizzie on MAFS last year
Lizzie’s throwbacks left and right. Middle: Lizzie on MAFS last year
Married At First Sight star Elizabeth Sobinoff's weight transformation
Married At First Sight star Elizabeth Sobinoff’s weight transformation

The shots show how Lizzie has transformed for the second season of the Nine show. In recent pictures she has also being showing off her dramatic 10kg weight loss.

The 28-year-old recently opened up to a local publication about her health habits, saying that she loves her body “at any size”.

“I’ve thought that when I weighed 49kg and when I’ve weighed 90kg. I want women to realise that we’re all so much more than a number on a scale,” she added.

“So, yes, I’ve lost some weight since I was a ‘huge’ size 10 when I was on MAFS, but that doesn’t mean I’m any ‘better’ now, just because I’m slimmer.”


Lizzie infamously married Sam Ball, but it didn’t work out. For the next season of the nine show she will be revealed as an intruder bride as she marries Curzon Hall in Sydney. 

The next season of Married At First Sight Australia is proving to be one of the most controversial series of the reality show yet.

An on-set source has told the hosts of Hit106.9 that filming had to be stopped for two weeks because of the escalating drama, and that one cast member was even forced into rehab by producers over concerns for their mental wellbeing.

“Apparently, they’ve just started filming again after a two-week break because the producers were just like, ‘’this is going too far, we need to resettle ourselves, take a two-week filming break and then work out how we can tackle the rest of the season,’” host Nick said.

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