'Married at First Sight' Exclusive Sneak Peek Finds Austin 'Growing in Love' With Jessica

Most people fall in love with their significant other before they actually tie the knot. But for the cast members of Married at First Sight, love is only ever achievable after vows are exchanged, and even then there is still a possibility the feeling may never arise.

Most of the couples on Season 10 of the Lifetime reality show have a greater chance of winning the lottery than falling in love, but there is one pair that seems to be on the right side of matrimonial bliss.

Is Austin 'Growing in Love' With Jessica on 'Married at First Sight'?
(L-R) Jessica Studer and Austin Hurd appear at their wedding on "Married at First Sight." Season 10 of the Lifetime reality series will continue on March 11, 2020. Courtesy of Lifetime

Jessica Studer and Austin Hurd seemed to be a match made in heaven from the moment they first met during their wedding on the first episode of the show, and as the season has progressed, the couple appears to be on track to creating a successful, healthy and happy life together. Jessica may even be falling in love with her new husband after only knowing him for a month.

After last week's intimacy-building exercise—assigned to the couple by the MAFS experts—Jessica and Austin's feelings for each other are stronger than they've ever been. On the upcoming episode, airing on Wednesday, the newlyweds share their surprise over how seamless their relationship has been so far.

"I wouldn't of [sic] expected it to be this easy and [for me to be] this comfortable with somebody after a month," Jessica said and an episode 11 sneak peek exclusive to Newsweek.

The only word Austin can think of to describe their idyllic situation is "unexpected."

Although love was a difficult topic for Austin to discuss on past episodes of MAFS, he surprisingly reveals that he feels like they are "growing in love" with one another a little bit more every day. Pastor Calvin Robertson has often preached the message that happy couples actually grow in love as opposed to the "idea that love is this mysterious thing that you may or may not find in your life."

"Growing in love gives you control. You're making a decision to love this person. You're making a decision to be kind to them, and to understand them, and to forgive them and to be forgiven. These are the tenants of real love," Pastor Cal said in an episode 11 testimonial.

Austin may be okay with admitting he's growing in love with his wife, but he's not ready to rush into vocalizing his love for her just yet despite Jessica's apparent desire for him to.

"I think I do really like Austin and maybe this is love. I feel like maybe I should be saying it. I definitely feel like Austin is moving in that direction but I think that he might be a little scared of saying it. He really thinks about his words before he says them," Jessica said in a confessional.

Married at First Sight airs on Lifetime on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET.