Married At First Sight’s Michael Brunelli reveals the surprising way he spent his first 24 hours out of isolation after recovering from Covid-19
The personal trainer, 31, celebrated getting his medical clearance from Victoria’s health department on Monday by going out for a brisk stroll and visiting a nail salon.
He revealed how he spent his first day out of isolation during an Instagram Q&A, saying he couldn’t wait to escape the house for a pedicure.
Michael said that while he enjoyed the self-care session, it wasn’t his first choice. He’d actually wanted to spend time with his parents, but they were on holiday.
Michael’s freedom comes after he and fiancée Martha Kalifatidis tested positive to Covid-19 after a whirlwind trip to North America in December.
They visited New York City, Los Angeles and Mexico, and were diagnosed with Covid a few days after returning to Australia.
On Sunday, which was day seven of the couple’s isolation period, tempers began to flare and Michael secretly recorded one of their spats for Instagram.
Martha, 33, also revealed she’d lost her sense of taste and wasn’t able to enjoy a barbecue with Michael and her mother Mary Kalifatidis.
The double-vaccinated couple, who are unsure if they caught Covid in Australia or overseas, previously spoke about their symptoms.