Married at First Sight star Tayah shows off her incredible body in bikinis on exotic trips before doing the show

MARRIED at First Sight's Tayah has well and truly captured her husband Adam's heart with her fun nature and good looks.

And before she starred on the show she turned heads around the world while visiting exotic locations in a range of stylish bikinis.

The beauty was previously an air hostess and would jet around the globe to all manner of stunning locations.

The well-travelled bride has shared envy-inducing snaps from jaw-dropping locations including Thailand, Australia, and Rome.

Last August, Tayah beamed as she posed with a pal in a stunning high-rise restaurant, where she mused: "Slowly travelling the world with my bestie".

And she started the coronavirus pandemic in New South Wales, Australia, with a pic from March 2020 seeing her relax by a swimming pool in a leopard print bikini.

She quipped at the time: "Self isolation mode."

Prior to that, she'd showcased her summer style in Bali, teaming her black bikkini top with a flowing skirt that had a thigh-high split, and large sunhat.

When she isn't whizzing around the world, Tayah enjoys boozy nights out – looking chic as she sips on wine and cocktails at various bars around the UK.

In October, she longed for pre-Covid days, referencing the UK's lockdown rules at the time as she wrote: "Throwing it back to pre 10pm curfews…."

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The vivacious brunette joined the E4 dating show after being single for around 10 months, claiming that she goes for the "wrong guys".

She married 26-year-old Adam in the ceremony, and they appear to be getting on like a house on fire – with the blushing bride confessing they're "at it like rabbits".

And she has big plans if it all works out; Tayah said before walking down the aisle: "My happy ever after would be that I’ve always wanted to get married and wanted kids.

“I’ve always wanted to be a young mum. My end goal is to have that family and have that family unit, so that would be an ideal situation to come from this."

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