Love After Lockup Brittany and Marcelino: Are they still together?

Brittany and Marcelino have lunch with a friend from Brittany's prison days
Brittany and Marcelino seem to be getting along well these days. Pic credit: WEtv

Brittany and Marcelino have been a hot topic on Love After Lockup. Their relationship has been filled with ups and downs already, though the biggest obstacle appears to be his demanding attitude. Despite all of that, it looks like Brittany and Marcelino have the best shot at staying together.

Love After Lockup has shown a couple of the obstacles for the couple to overcome. The biggest one is going to be Brittany and her ex-girlfriend Amanda staying in touch.

The last episode showed the two of them seeing one another for the first time on the outside and when she revealed her relationship with Marcelino, Amanda was caught by surprise.

Are Brittany and Marcelino still together?

Despite the way the edits make it seem, Brittany and Marcelino are still together currently. Both post on Instagram almost daily and there have been several photos of both of them together.

They appear to be adjusting well and may even be married, though that has not officially been confirmed yet.

There was speculation that Brittany may have already been pregnant with Marcelino’s baby, though she has denied that is the case.

The two are focused on her young son and working him into their lives right now. Brittany’s son was mentioned earlier this season and he has been seen with the couple on social media.

How much time has passed?

It looks like the show was filmed in May or June of 2018. That puts their current situation at about seven months out, which is a good indicator Brittany and Marcelino may make it all the way.

In fact, they appear to be the only couple who hasn’t been back and forth with the law or who hasn’t been posting only solo pictures on social media.

Things between Brittany and Marcelino appear to be headed in the right direction.

Love After Lockup airs Friday nights at 9/8c on WEtv.

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