Callum Talks Marriage And Kids As Relationship With Molly Goes From Strength To Strength
Callum Talks Marriage And Kids As Relationship With Molly Goes From Strength To Strength
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Callum Talks Marriage And Kids As Relationship With Molly Goes From Strength To Strength

Winter Love Island stars Callum Jones and Molly Smith certainly made a big impression in this year’s villa – and five months on their relationship is stronger than ever. The couple have been living together under lockdown and this week Callum has been talking marriage and children!

If we’re brutally honest, Callum Jones and Molly Smith, who met in Casa Amor of this year’s winter Love Island, weren’t one of the couples we expected to last very long outside of the villa. But the good-looking couple have proved their doubters wrong as their relationship seems to be stronger than ever nearly half a year on.

Callum and Molly made the bold decision to move in together at Molly’s parents’ place for the duration of the UK’s coronavirus lockdown. The intense pressure this could have put on their relationship – and which claimed the relationship of fellow Love Island alumna Wes and Arabella – doesn’t seem to have been a problem for these two lovebirds.

Callum was even fine with sharing a home with Molly’s parents, saying:

I get on with them both really well so there's no awkwardness or anything. It's just like I've known them for years. Molly and I can always get away, anyway. We can go upstairs and watch something or we can go in the backroom, it's not like her parents are always there. It's easy enough to be honest.

When The Sun asked whether Callum and Molly had any plans to wed, the scaffolder teased: ‘Never say never, that's all I'm saying! It's not on the cards yet but who knows.’ Loved-up Callum also revealed that he ‘would definitely like kids in the future’ but was quick to clarify that they weren’t planning to start a family anytime soon.

Which Winter Love Islanders are still together?

Winter Love Island 2020 winners Paige Turley and Finnley Tapp are still a happy couple after isolating together in Scotland for the last few months. Runners-up Siânnise Fudge and Luke Trotman are also going strong, recently moving into a flash London pad together. Mike Boateng and Priscilla Anyabu are also still very much loved up and living together. Finally, Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico are still in a relationship, although they’ve been spending lockdown apart.

By Kim Scott

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