Love Island winners discuss their future together
Millie Court and Liam Reardon were crowned the winners of Love Island 2021 on Monday night.
The couple beat Toby Aromolaran and Chloe Burrows after a public vote to claim the £50,000 prize money to be split between them.
During the final, Liam, 22, asked Millie, 24, to be his girlfriend live on the show in front of an audience to which Millie accepted.
Millie is a fashion buyer from Essex while Liam is a brick later from Wales. The couple have addressed the long distance aspect to their relationship now that they have left the villa and it seems they are ready for the next step.
Liam said: “I love where I’m from but I would like to venture off and move to somewhere new and Essex seems like the perfect place really.
“I know some of the boys who were in the villa we got on so well and they mentioned moving in together and they’d like to move to Essex so that’s something I would definitely be considering and that’s my plan really, moving to Essex.”
Liam said he and Millie would “eventually” move in together but after living together in the villa on Love Island they didn’t want to jump into living with each other permanently straight away because it would add “too much pressure”.
Millie said: “We haven’t been away from each other yet to miss each other and do those things that you do in normal relationships. But us girls (from the villa) will rent a house in Essex, boys will rent a house in Essex, see how that goes for six months and then get a crack on with it.”
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The 2021 winners also commented on family plans, with Liam saying, “To have children one day is a dream, it’s something I really want and with someone I love.
“I said I wanted three children, I think Millie feels the same. I’ve had an amazing upbringing myself, my family being so loving, I just want to give that to my children.”
Millie added: “We’re both very family orientated, we both want kids. We both want to get married.”