LOVE Island's Callum Jones has insisted he and girlfriend Molly Smith are stronger than ever after shooting to fame on series six of the show.
Callum, 26, and Molly, 28, stayed together after the show and now live in Manchester with two dogs.
Now Callum insists the couple have proved any doubters wrong – and they've even discussed starting a family.
He said: "We are perfect. We've got two dogs so we've got a proper little family going, it's lovely.
"We're just enjoying things that we've got at the minute and then family and marriage will eventually come into it."
While Callum was one of the original boys for his series Molly entered the villa as one of the Casa Amor bombshells.
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Callum confessed he wasn't sure he'd find love on the show, but then Molly came along.
He added to the MailOnline: "I didn't think I was going to get a girlfriend and we were gonna live together.
"I was really open minded and the thing I really wanted was to find someone."
Molly recently shared her own advice for the latest bunch of sexy singletons.
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She told Closer Magazine the Islanders should "do what you want to do."
She added: "Obviously, go about it in a nice and respectful way.
"But don't try to please people. Soak it all up, have fun and follow your heart."
She continued: "I don't think there's any way you can really go into that villa with a plan.
"There's no point trying to be someone you're not or hoping to control the situation, so just go with it.
"Trust the process."
Molly rounded off her tips by encouraging the new stars to "be themselves" and "own" their experience.
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