A couple who got married minutes after meeting for the first time have announced their split after just three months.
Craig and Rebecca Cooper were picked by a panel of relationship experts from 250 singletons who had entered radio station BRMB's Two Strangers and a Wedding competition.
After a public vote, the couple got married during on February 6 at Birmingham's Hotel du Vin in a ceremony which was broadcast live over the airwaves.
Mrs Cooper - who once gushed that she had so much in common with her husband including a love of dogs and the fact they both drove Mini Coopers - said she felt glad to be out of the marriage.
The 28-year-old secretary claimed Mr Cooper was only interested in the prize of a sports car and, when he did not get it, their relationship changed.
"He wanted to get a lot out of this. He wanted the car from BRMB and he never got it," she said.
"I think he lost interest in me really and in the whole thing.
"It got to the stage where I was putting in a lot of effort. I'm relieved that it is over.
"I do not think he was unfaithful but I was doing all the wifey things such as having to cook and wash our clothes.
"I knew something wasn't quite right. I do not regret anything because I am glad I took part."
By winning the competition the couple received a luxury honeymoon to Bermuda, and a city-centre flat, rent-free for a year.
The competition was the second of its kind after initially being staged seven years ago.
The first couple, Greg Cordell and Carla Germaine, also lasted three months before the groom allegedly cheated on the bride.
The bride then fell in love with BRMB presenter Jeremy Kyle, to whom she is now married. They have two children. ..SUPL: