They once looked like one of the strongest couples on Married At First Sight, but the distance proves too much for Sean and Susan.
On Sunday night's commitment ceremony, the fan-favourites decided to end their relationship, despite the pair both admitting they did love each other earlier in the episode.
"You committed yourself to be my husband and for that I completely love you," Susan said in her vows.
"When I'm with you I feel alive, I feel happy, I feel very respected, and I can't even begin to picture my life without you," she continues.
"And it's made me question whether love is more important than the hurdles that we have to overcome."
However, the hurdles have proved too hard.
"I've decided I can't be in a relationship with you. I hope we can be the best of friends."
The pair ended their failed commitment ceremony by declaring their love for each other.
"I had a really good man in my life," Susan tells Sean. "Keep being a good man."
As his former MAFS wife walks away, Sean admits it was hard saying goodbye to her.
"I understand why we can't be together, but I've loved every moment I've been with Susan in this experiment," he said.
"I love Susan. Now and forever."
This article was first published by Who.