“Love Is Blind” couple Colleen Reed and Matt Bolton are giving fans the middle finger as they finally move in together two years after their wedding.
“Honey I’m Home,” Reed captioned a series of snaps of herself with Bolton, posing in their new kitchen.
Reed, 27, included a middle finger emoji in her caption, appearing to call out fans who questioned their marriage because of their decision to live separately for their first few years of marriage.
Bolton, 29, shared one of the same photos with the caption, “WE did it OUR way 🤫,” also seemingly calling out the haters and speculation around their marriage.
Fans immediately took to the comments to support their decision to move slowly.
“You took this at your guys’ own pace and we respect you for that. Congratulations ❤️,” one fan commented, while another added, “So glad that you guys did it YOUR way!! 💖”
“Congrats to y’all for not following society’s rule of how you should live your life or conduct your relationship. If only more people stuck to their guns and truly only did what they WANT, when they want, more relationships would last and more people would genuinely be happy,” someone else wrote.
The couple, who appeared in Season 3 of the Netflix reality series, has been taking it slow since tying the knot in July 2021.
Reed revealed that her and Bolton were planning on moving in together last month when she sat down with fellow “Love Is Blind” alums Deepti Vempati and Natalie Lee on their podcast, “Out of the Pods.”
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“We don’t have the finances to buy, by any means, but we’re going to rent in Dallas and then that gives us time to really find the perfect home for what works for us,” the reality star announced.
Reed also shared on the episode that her and Bolton wanted to really take the time to know each other outside of “Love Is Blind” before moving in together.
“To kind of adapt to now living with someone, it takes a while,” Reed continued. “It takes a second, and both of us didn’t want to rush changing that, all of a sudden expediting that for other people.”
Reed has been open about the ups and downs she and Bolton face in their marriage but still appears to be one of the strongest couples from their season.
“Marriage is very hard; you constantly have to work at it. I’m glad that ‘Love Is Blind’ kind of let us build that strong communication because now it’s better than ever and we’re blissfully happy and in love,” Reed exclusively told Page Six in November 2022.