Love Island’s Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey reveal plans to have another baby following wedding – EXCLUSIVE

Love Island’s Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey have revealed their plans to have another child.

The newlyweds, who are already parents to 19-month-old son Freddie-George, have exclusively opened up on having more children in the near future.

Speaking to OK! magazine following their wedding last month, Cara, 29, confessed: “We’d like a big family.

“We want two close together and then we’ll wait until they’ve gone to school and then have a third.”

She added: “If we have another boy we would try for a third and then hopefully have a girl.”

Nathan added: “I’d be happy with a boy and a girl but if Cara wants a third, I will have a third!

“I like the name Mila for a girl. Mila Massey sounds like a Hollywood star!”

The couple, who met three years ago on the second series of the ITV2 show, said “I do” in front of 120 of their closest friends and family at Preston Court Barn in Canterbury after getting engaged last year.

Revealing they had a “two day hangover”, Nathan said of their nuptials: “It went perfectly. It was one of the best days of my life. I lost my voice! Everyone has said it’s the best wedding they’ve ever been to.

“The alcohol was flowing and everyone was buying us drinks! After the wedding we camped with our friends in tipis. We had drinks, talked about the day and then we boogied the night away. I didn’t go to bed until 5am and then we got up at 7am to have a barbecue and make bacon and sausage rolls for everyone.”

Nathan continued by opening up on the moment he saw Cara, who was wearing a princess-style dress designed by Say Yes To The Dress star Christine Dando.

“One of my highlights of the day was first seeing Cara, while Scarlett was singing one of my favourite songs. Cara looked unbelievable. I was the one more likely to cry but neither of us did! We’re not very romantic people,” he said.

Read the full interview in this week’s OK! magazine – Out nationwide on Tuesday.

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