In addition to the nine couples who starred on Married at First Sight: Couples Cam's first season, Season 2 also stars the three new couples who chose to stay married at the end of Married at First Sight's eleventh edition, which ended its broadcast run on Lifetime in October 2020.
The couples' domestic lives are documented in real time and shared via mounted cameras, "Diary Cams" and virtual group chats.
The initial premise of Couples Cam stemmed from the fact all of the Married at First Sight couples had to self-isolate and quarantine amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, so the stars welcomed viewers into their homes and daily lives.
Of the 12 successful marriages Married at First Sight has spawned, there have also been six babies welcomed in the world.
When Couples Cam's second season filmed, Deonna, Danielle and Ashley were all pregnant. Deonna and Greg are expecting their first child, while Ashley and Anthony had Baby No. 2 on the way. Danielle and Bobby were also expecting their second child.
(Since the show filmed, both Ashley and Danielle gave birth).
Below is an update on the couples, according to the latest episode of Couples Cam.
Miles and Karen
Since the couple decided to stay married on Married at First Sight's eleventh season, Karen said their relationship grew much stronger and they're in a really good place.
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"We're a completely different couple. After the experiment ended, we moved into [a] beautiful house together, but probably the coolest part of it is we're right down the street from Woody and Amani," Miles shared.
Miles and Karen were ready to embark on a second honeymoon to Mexico to celebrate the growth they had in the previous two months. Karen admitted their first honeymoon was "awkward" because they didn't really know each other at the time.
"Even though this is technically going to be our second honeymoon, this is going to be the real thing," Karen shared.
Karen said everything was going to be different about this relaxing trip, and Miles pointed out how he had a couple surprises up his sleeve. In turn, Karen revealed she had a couple of surprises too.
Miles got all excited about what was in Karen's suitcase, and then she flashed a sexy little pink teddy at the cameras when Miles wasn't looking. Karen clearly feels comfortable enough with Miles to wear lingerie for him now!
Miles and Karen missed their flight to Mexico and had to fly standby all day.
Karen, however, wasn't going to let anything get her down; she just hoped this wasn't a sign of more bad things to come.
The pair finally made it to Cabo San Lucas, and Karen gushed about being so happy.
Karen rated her marriage "a pretty 10" on a scale from 1-10, saying she could definitely see herself staying with Miles forever. She wanted to continue making memories with her husband and looked forward to traveling with him more.
Jessica and Austin
Jessica and Austin were shown going on a walk with their sweet dog Rex.
Austin said he and Jessica were still house-hunting and he was also job hunting. Austin was still considering joining The National Guard, but he admitted he was "on the fence" about the decision.
Jessica admittedly wasn't thrilled about the idea because it would mean many weekends away for Austin and an extended period of time gone in the beginning for training.
Jessica said being without Austin would be hard, especially since they were still looking for a house, but she would support him in whatever he chose to do.
Jessica admitted it was scary to think about Austin on "the front lines," but Austin acknowledged how Jessica had inspired him by serving on the front lines in a hospital COVID unit amid the spread of coronavirus.
"We have a lot going on, like trying to find a house and we're still training Rex and just trying to get adjusted. It's a little selfish but I want Austin to stay so that he can help me house hunt... and we can have more time together," Jessica lamented in a confessional.
Jessica and Austin later went for a hike with Rex in the woods.
Austin ultimately determined it wasn't the right time to join The National Guard. Austin predicted there would be a lot of house projects to do once they bought a home and he also had a new job prospect of working for the military in IT.
"It's kind of what I've wanted to do. I wouldn't be traveling for my current job anymore," Austin revealed to his wife, which made her feel really happy and relieved.
Jamie and Doug
Jamie, Doug, their two kids and dog were in the process of packing for their big move to Florida.
The couple planned to live in Florida for six months, with Doug pointing out it would be a temporary spot for them because he had been totally against the idea of a permanent move (although Jamie was apparently for it).
"But we did find a place in Florida that we are preparing to rent out for an AirBnB. If we're going to be quarantined, we wanted to quarantine somewhere where it's extremely nice," Doug explained.
Jamie had trouble packing up her entire life into a few suitcases, and Doug joked their luggage probably wouldn't even fit on the plane.
Jamie and Doug's house in furniture had no furniture, but it did boast a nice pool.
Jamie and Doug then set up a big-girl bed for Henley, which she immediately loved and jumped on. Jamie couldn't believe her daughter slept in her own bed that night.
Jamie was on the verge of tears because she would never be able to rock Henley to sleep and put her in her crib again.
"She's not a baby anymore. I'm heartbroken," Jamie said.
Doug also got a little emotional over his little girl growing up.
Ashley and Anthony
Ashley and Anthony were annoyed because they kept finding dead mice on their front door's welcome mat.
Ashley made Anthony clean up the dead mouse, and he was determined to get to the bottom of things. Anthony wondered if some strange creature was messing with his family in the middle of the night.
"You don't know who you're messing with," Anthony joked with the camera. "You'll see. You'll see."
The couple therefore attempted to set up a trap at their front door to see what was going on.
Anthony later camped outside his house for at least two hours to find out which creature was leaving mice at his house.
Ashley didn't want to ruin the fun for Anthony, but she had checked out the security footage and found out it was just the neighbor's cat leaving gifts for them.
"I will be remembered as Anthony Creature Slayer!" Anthony bragged.
Shawniece and Jephte
After quarantining for a while, Shawniece determined she'd like to go on a family vacation to the mountains. Shawniece and Jephte therefore headed to Mount Washington summit, which they planned to climb in a car.
Shawniece said she couldn't wait to see the trees and breathe the new air, and Jephte joked he had never heard of anyone struggling to breathe at the beach given the couple lives in Rhode Island.
Shawniece and Jephte had been through a lot of adversity and rough patches in their marriage, but they decided to wear their wedding rings again on the Season 1 finale of Married at First Sight: Couples Cam.
Shawniece and Jephte finally felt like they were a unit -- one in the same.
"Things with Jephte and I are going great. We have been taking the time for Jephte and Shawniece, and it's been really, really working. We are just making the time to do stuff together and do stuff with each other," Shawniece explained.
Shawniece and Jephte soon discovered the road up the mountain was very narrow and became even tighter when people drove by them going in the opposite direction.
"I'm never going to do this again," Shawniece confessed in tears. "I'm scared to get out!"
Jephte said he was used to Shawniece crying and so it wasn't a surprise.
"But what kind of got me is that she planned the trip and now she's crying about it. I feel like if anybody had the right to cry, it would be ," Jephte joked to the camera.
Shawniece said driving up the mountain was the scariest thing she had ever done and the couple wouldn't do it again.
"Did you like Mount Washington?" Jephte asked his daughter Laura.
"No," Laura replied.
Amani and Woody
The couple had been married for seven months, and they have Couples Cam viewers a glimpse into their home.
"I am still madly in love with Woody, and I think every day it grows a little bit more," Amani gushed.
Woody said it felt amazing to make it to the seven-month mark, and the pair seemed so happy together.
Woody and Amani decorated their place as a team, and Woody acknowledged that Amani didn't have an apartment to go back to and he wouldn't be willing to return living with his grandmother either.
Amani later revealed she and Woody were ready to begin thinking about having a family since they had settled into a home.
Woody told Amani on the subject of being ready to have kids, "Yes and no."
"I wouldn't mind you having my seed, you know, my baby. The only reason I say 'no' is just because I'd want a bigger house first. I think we've built a great foundation to want to think about a family and bringing a little person into the world," Woody told his wife.
"Me being a dad and you being a mom, I think we'd be great parents to a kid."
Amani said she could envision Woody being a provider and a protector for their child, and Woody assured his wife, "I've got you."
"If we happen to have a kid, I know we'll be okay," Amani said. "I don't want to plan to have a kid."
Amani said there's still a lot she and Woody would like to do before having kids, such as enjoying date nights and time as a newly-married couple.
"I just want to enjoy that before we bring a new dynamic into our relationship," Amani noted.
"We've got a plan. Hopefully we stick to it," Woody joked and laughed.
"Chill, we're going to stick to it!" Amani insisted.
Deonna and Greg
Deonna was so excited about being pregnant although she felt a little nauseous at times. She was around seven weeks pregnant and headed to the doctor for her first ultrasound.
Deonna got to hear her baby's heartbeat for the first time, which made things "really real" for the mom-to-be.
Greg wasn't able to join Deonna for the ultrasound due to COVID precautions, but he was overjoyed to see the sonogram images.
Deonna later purchased special T-shirts for her relatives to announce her pregnancy. The shirt she bought for her sister, for example, said "Auntie" on it.
Deonna and Greg's family had a mixture of responses, from screaming with joy to confusion. Greg's mother, for example, said, "I'm not a grandmother," because she didn't realize the gift meant Deonna is pregnant.