Which everybody always laughs I feel like people think we're completely different but ended up being pretty alike in a lot of ways.""We connect in a really interesting way.
''.'After the couple married at Porthcawl Rugby Club in June 1984, the tabloids predicted their union would not go the distance and said they weren't suited to each other.
Marc (right) was nicknamed the 'Ram of Cardiff' by the show's creator because he'd had a lot of girlfriends before settling down with Karen Filming of the show, which was first screened in January 1986, actually began 18 months earlier after the pair, who met on a boozy night out in Porthcawl, answered a newspaper advertisement to take part in the documentary.
(premiering this spring)."I didn't know that I would be as successful as I was with finding someone," Aubrey tells E! And it ended up just like becoming like this chemistry happened within the house with a few of the cast-mates and Pauly and I were one of them.
The show is about all of us coming together, dating, learning through a dating coach how to go out there and approach people that are better suited for us and kind of get over the issues that we were having.
"Pauly makes me stay in the moment and get out of my head," she explained.
"I'm so analytical and I have to assess risk everywhere I go and Pauly's taught me how to lighten up and enjoy life."Despite their deep connection, the blond beauty isn't using the words "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" just yet.
"[Our] label is always ‘enjoying the moment.' That's the label I feel comfortable with," Aubrey laughed.
Marc and Karen Adams-Jones, from Cardiff, who starred in the groundbreaking reality TV show, The Marriage, are still together 30 years after the series first hit the small screen - despite critics saying they would never last.
The couple, who were followed by camera crews for the week leading up to their wedding and the first year of their marriage, were written off by the tabloids in the 1980s who claimed they weren't suited to each other.
Marc, 58, and Karen Adams-Jones, 50, from Danescourt, Cardiff starred in reality show The Marriage, back in the 1980s, and despite critics saying they would never last - they're still happily wed 30 years on 'Against all the tabloids' predictions we are still together,' Karen said.
'I still get recognised from the programme even now and one of the first things people say to me is, "Are you still together?