Love Island’sCallum Jones and Molly Smith may have only became an official couple of months ago, but the reality stars are already talking marriage.
Former scaffolder Callum, 24, admitted he could see himself marrying Instagram influencer Molly, 25, and potentially having kids with her.
Callum and Molly, who have mutual friends but didn’t meet before the show, have spent three months together in lockdown and stayed with Molly’s parents amid the coronavirus pandemic.
And reality star Callum has now opened up about the future with Molly.
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When asked if he sees potential wedding bells in the future, Callum said: “Never say never, that's all I'm saying! It's not on the cards yet but who knows.”
He also admitted he could see himself having children with Molly someday.
When asked by The Sun Online if he would like to have kids with his girlfriend someday, he admitted: “Yeah I would definitely like kids in the future but like I said, we've only been together like five months, so it's still a bit early for kids at the minute!”
Callum also opened up about staying with Molly’s parents and said he has found it easy.
He said: “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.”
It comes after Callum, who was spotted on a walk with his girlfriend recently, exclusively revealed to OK! online about how he asked Molly to be his girlfriend.
Callum told us: “We are boyfriend and girlfriend now.
“What it was is, I said to her, we’re courting. She said: ‘Courting? That means we’re together.‘ And I said: ‘Oh does it?’ And she said: ‘Yeah’.
Callum continued: “I was like: ‘Alright then’ and she was like: ‘Are you asking me to be your girlfriend,’ and I was like: ‘Yeah’. And that’s how it come about.”
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Love Island star Callum also revealed their time together in lockdown has “tested” their romance.
He confessed: “We were used to always being with each other in the villa but, being outside the villa is a lot different and we’ve spent pretty much every day together.
“It’s going great so far. It is a bit of a test, but yeah we’re all good.”
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