Lindsey -- who starred on Married at First Sight's fourteenth season, which aired in Spring 2022 -- is dating a man named Ray, and she just took him to her hometown of Boston, MA, for the first time amid the holiday season.
Lindsey took Ray on a date night to a popular hotspot in downtown Boston called Yvonne's on Tuesday, December 27, and just one day prior, she uploaded two images of the couple smiling and posing in front of a Christmas tree.
"Ray saw his first frozen lake. I wish I had recorded his pure excitement. Happy holidays," Lindsey, who currently lives in California, wrote alongside the images.
On December 10, Lindsey posted a video of her "2022 recap," recalling how she had married a stranger -- Mark Maher on Married at First Sight, which filmed in Summer 2021 and aired this past spring -- and it didn't work out.
"Then I hopped on a plane to the Caribbean and spent time in a place I love surrounded by people I love... and then, after all the dust settled, I moved myself across the country, where I spent time meeting new friends and old friends and getting to know myself in a new surrounding," Lindsey says in the video of her year's highlights.
"After a while, I met this guy, and it has been a fairy tale. We love each other and have the most amazing time. We travel, we explore, we've gone to baseball games, and I finally found someone who is willing to teach me how to play golf... and I danced -- a lot, all the time."
Lindsey has been documenting her time with Ray on Instagram ever since the pair went Instagram official on November 19.
Lindsey posted a video montage of sweet moments with Ray at the time and captioned it, "I'm just saying."
Edited into the video was audio of a little girl's voice saying, "Not to flex or anything, and I'm not trying to brag or anything, but I'm pretty sure I'm in the best relationship with the most amazing person I've ever known. Look at them. Look at them!"
"MTS is officially Divorced," Mark captioned a video of himself clapping, along with multiple celebratory emojis, including bottles of champagne.
"MTS" stands for "Mark the Shark," which is Mark's nickname and how fans came to know him onMarried at First Sight.
In the video Mark posted, he also wrote over the footage, "It's official!!!!!!!!!"
On Married at First Sight's fourteenth season, Mark and Lindsey agreed to stay married on "Decision Day" after a tumultuous experiment, but the couple split about a month later and revealed the news on the show's reunion special.
Mark was clearly excited about his divorce finalizing because he had also posted a countdown on Instagram Stories, teasing, "Almost there."
Lindsey and Mark's marriage got off to a good start on Married at First Sight earlier this year, as they both found each other attractive and could immediately decipher commonalities and why the experts had probably matched them.
Lindsey gushed about how her husband was amazing during their honeymoon in Puerto Rico, and Mark could tell that Lindsey was a nurturing woman who would be able to care for him a lot.
However, as time progressed, Mark found Lindsey to be "a lot" and "too much" with her boisterous and outspoken personality. He also complained how she would get very mean and confrontational with their fellow cast members, especially when drinking alcohol was involved.
On Lindsey's side of things, she noticed that Mark had withdrawn himself from her.
Lindsey could feel Mark putting walls up, and she accused him of not caring enough or wooing her throughout the process. Lindsey wanted a man who would challenge her and dote on her, and she claimed Mark was failing as a husband.
Out of frustration, Lindsey sometimes lashed out and insulted Mark and his income. They would get into brutal fights, and she once called him "white bread" and said he wasn't giving her "sparks and butterflies." She also hated how much he used social media.
"I wish Lindsey was more empathetic towards me. Sometimes I feel like a punching bag in this marriage," Mark explained in a confessional. "I'd rather be alone than fight with someone every single day."
Trying to focus on the fun times they had together instead of the lows in their relationship, the pair agreed to keep working on their marriage come Decision Day.
Lindsey explained how Mark was not the husband she had envisioned or everything she had asked the experts for but he was "everything" she needs.
But during the reunion special, Lindsey revealed she and Mark had broken up right after they worked on renovating a house together to live in.
Lindsey called Mark "heartless" and said he bailed on her right when they were about to finish unpacking their last box.
But Mark claimed Lindsey had bullied him and that their relationship was completely toxic. He said Lindsey made "crazy threats," but Lindsey argued Mark had forgotten her birthday and she only made his life better while they were together.
"It was way out of control, some of the worst arguments I've ever had in my life," Mark claimed.
Lindsey proceeded to move to California, and she said she hoped to meet a man with more intellect.
Mark and Lindsey were shown signing their divorce papers on the Married at First Sight: Where Are They Now? special, during which Lindsey apologized for the terrible things she had said about Mark during filming.
The estranged spouses agreed they could maybe become friends in the future, but Lindsey continued to rant about Mark on social media in subsequent months.
Lindsey even threatening to divulge Mark's secrets. She alleged that Mark had used her for fame and taken advantage of her during their marriage.