"Love Is Blind" couple Colleen Reed and Matt Bolton are doing just fine, despite fan concerns about their relationship following the Season 3 reunion.

Some viewers of the Netflix series believed Colleen was in an abusive relationship because of her body language while seated next to her husband during the special.

On Wednesday, Colleen appeared to dismiss abuse speculation on Instagram by sharing a photo of herself and Matt hugging at the reunion along with a lengthy caption.

"Thank you to this man for holding me up when I was not my best. Thank you for being my boulder as you promised to me in our vows. During the reunion, I was not okay given the negative commentary I had experienced," Colleen wrote.

"I'll be honest in saying I let the internet tear me down and take the light away from me. Matt did not let this happen. He has done everything possible to put a smile back on my face and bring me back. I held onto him for support. He reassured me that I was going to be okay."

Colleen wrapped up the statement by praising Matt and revealed their relationship has grown stronger since the reunion.

That same day, Us Weekly published an article in which Matt admitted it has been difficult dealing with the abuse speculation since the reunion was released on Netflix.

"The first day that it really started getting nasty online with some of these accusations and stuff, like, that was tough to see," he explained. "It's unfortunate that the world doesn't see it as that, but to some point, it is what it is. If that's how they're gonna feel, then that's on them."

Matt suggested that he and Colleen have built a solid relationship despite what others think.

"We know how we are. We know who we are, and we love each other to death, and we're just continuing to do our thing. That's a tricky topic to discuss, but yeah, it hurt being accused of some of the things that people are saying," Matt said.

Despite the negative comments, Colleen and Matt continue to push forward and plan to live in the same home. During the "Love Is Blind" Season 3 reunion, the couple revealed they have yet to move in together.

Aside from concerns about breaking their respective leases, Matt revealed they are still getting to know each other.

"It was more of us 'cause [the show] is such an expedited process, we knew that we loved each other, and that we wanted to be with each other, but we still kind of wanna do it on our terms," he said.

Matt and Colleen plan to buy a home together around May next year.