Love Island’s Molly and Callum claim they’ll have twins as they reveal being in the villa was harder than lockdown


LOVE Island couple Molly Smith and Callum Jones have revealed they could have twins in the future.

The former villa stars have gone from strength to strength since leaving the ITV2 show.

Love Island’s Molly and Callum claim they’ll have twins

In fact, they’ve even discussed starting a family, with Molly recently admitting it’s likely they’ll have twins.

Speaking to the Daily Star’s TV Life, the 25-year-old model said: “It’s funny, my mum went to a psychic and apparently I’m due twins! They do run in the family – my dad is a twin.

“Callum keeps making comments about our twins but the doll on Love Island was enough for me!”

The pair – who hit it off in the Casa Amor villa – are also planning to move in together once lockdown is over.

The reality stars took on the baby challenge in the villa

Molly and Callum are currently isolating together

The two hit it off in the Casa Amor villa

Molly has revealed their plans to move in together

Molly added: “I was looking at houses before so we’ll probably start looking again. We’re used to living together now – it would be weird if we didn’t.”

The love birds are cocooning together during the isolation period at their chic home in Manchester.

They recently celebrated Molly’s birthday in lockdown with a surprise party on her driveway with pals.

Keeping a safe distance of two metres away from each other, Molly was showered with gifts left on her doorstep.

Scaffolder Callum famously ditched Shaughna for model Molly during Casa Amor.

The two couldn’t ignore their feelings towards each other and locked lips, with Callum admitting to the boys that it made him realise he was not sexually attracted to Shaughna.