The last of the original Love Island boys left in the villa, Mike Boateng went on one of the biggest journeys this series. After initially coupling up with 22-year-old Leanne Amaning, he was blindsided when she ‘got the ick’ and ditched him. He then unsuccessfully grafted both Sophie Piper and Jess Gale before finally meeting Priscilla in Casa Amor.
After returning from Casa Amor happily coupled-up, Mike and Priscilla went from strength to strength as they proved themselves to be a solid couple. When the baby challenge came around, they were one of the only ones to pass – as both of their parenting instincts seemed to kick in quite naturally.
Now, it looks like they could soon be trading in plastic baby Charlotte for a real little one – as they’ve opened up about their plans for the future. Despite only being 24 and 25 respectively, both Mike and Priscilla have revealed that they’ve always wanted to be young parents – with children on the cards within the next five years.
Although they’ve only known each other for a few weeks, Mike admitted that they’d had a serious conversation about their five year plans shortly after they first met in Casa Amor. Priscilla said: ‘I thought I'd scared him off! For me, I always wanted kids in the next five years.’
The loved-up couple have even agreed on names for their future babies already – Charlotte for a girl (just like the fake baby they had for a day in the villa!) and Junior for a boy. Priscilla has already met Mike’s family, with his brother Andrew describing the couple as ‘so close, it’s unreal’. Aww, seems like these guys could be the real deal!