Find Out Why 'MAFS' Alum Sam Role Kept Her Marriage to Chris Wise a Secret

The reality TV star, who married Neil Bowlus in the third season of the Lifetime show, announces that she and Chris Wise tied the knot on April 20, 2018, before giving birth to their first child.

AceShowbiz - "Married at First Sight" alum Sam Role has actually been married to Chris Wise all along. The reality TV star, who participated in the third season of the Lifetime, revealed to PEOPLE that she secretly wed her then-fiance before giving birth to their first child together.

"Chris and I are thrilled to finally share that we are married! We got married before we had Isabelle -- on April 20, 2018 to be exact -- and wanted to keep that to ourselves for as long as possible," Sam told the news outlet. "My first marriage was so public -- we wanted to keep this one private and sacred for as long as possible. Probably my best-kept secret yet."

For those who don't keep up with "Marriage at First Sight", Sam married Neil Bowlus in season three of the reality show. Their relationship ended shortly after Neil decided to get a divorce during the 2016 "Decision Day" episode.

Further elaborating her decision to keep her marriage a secret, Sam shared to Us Weekly, "After a public marriage and even more public and heartbreaking divorce, I didn't want to carry out another relationship in the public eye. Chris and I met privately and quickly fell in love. It only felt right to get married and keep it to ourselves. I signed up to marry a stranger and have it documented -- Chris, however, did not."

Sam and Chris got engaged during his birthday weekend in January 2018. Two months later, the happy couple revealed they were expecting their first child, a daughter named Isabella Myra Wise. She gave birth to the little bundle of joy last September. "It's been a long few days, but we are finally home with our sweet girl," she said at the time. "She is healthy and very happy! And we are the luckiest to have her as ours."

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