Newlywed Big Brother housemates Steven Goode and Kimberly Kisselovich could be set to split just a month after their nuptials.
But before their fellow ex-housemates get tempted to ask for those wedding gifts back, it's not through choice.
Despite the marriage, the UK Border Force as ordered American model Kimberly to leave the country by the end of the month after a visa application was rejected.
"We made an application for Kimberly to have permanent residency in the UK," Steven explained, revealing that there was "no apparent reason" why her claim to remain in the country was turned down by officials.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "Kim going back to America is a complete disaster. It basically splits us for up for what could be many months of court battling.
"We cannot allow this to happen and that's why we are fighting and appealing the decision."
Steven complained: "Let me ask this, do you think it's fair a white America woman, who has a full-time job, is married to a UK citizen and investing money in a property in this country, is denied the right to live and work here?
"Would you choose Kim or an asylum seeker who is coming to ponce a council flat and handouts?"
Meanwhile, despite Kimberly facing deportation, Steven added that they can't wait for the return for Big Brother this summer.
"We still think they should get us back in the house to show the new 2015 lovebirds how its done," he said.