They may have only met in the Love Island villa over the summer, but Molly-Mae Hague has hinted Tommy Fury will propose to her next month.
The 20 year olds have gone from strength to strength in their relationship since finishing in second place on the ITV2 show, moving in with each other shortly after leaving the villa.
But Molly-Mae has now revealed that she is expecting them to take their relationship to the next level, predicting he will propose on New Year's Eve.
Speaking to Mail Online, the social media influencer said: "Tommy and I are perfect. He's such a caring and kind person.
"Anything I like, he likes and everything that makes me happy, makes him happy. I love him and I want to share my life with him.
"The thing is I wouldn't be surprised if he did pop the question when we're in the Maldives over New Year.
"I don't waste my time, I wouldn't want to be in a relationship with someone thinking 'this is only short term'.
"I wasn't thinking 'when's the sell-by date on this one?' We're going to be together forever. I'm looking forward to having a rock on my finger!"
Molly-Mae also admitted that she and Tommy should have won the Caroline Flack-fronted show over victors Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea — who split five weeks after the final.
Inside Love Island Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury's exclusive photoshoot with OK! Magazine
She continued: "We were seen as the people that should have won, should we have won? Technically yes but it doesn't make a difference to us.
"Tommy and I didn't win that show for a reason. There was no pressure on us when we came out the villa and that was a good thing.
"Amber and Greg aren't even together anymore and Amber would have told you herself that she didn't think her and Greg would win. They were never mentioned as potential winners in the villa.
"But looking back now, it was the best thing that could have happened for Tommy and me because we're so happy, we didn't need to win."
Molly-Mae's comments come after she admitted she sometimes wants to "give up" fame because of the intense trolling she has received since being thrust into the spotlight.
She told the publication: "There are some days when you feel like you can't do anything right.
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury
"I have experienced things over the past few months that have been extremely hard.
"The trolling and hate has been intense, even over the last few days. I thought I prepared myself mentally but you can't.
"I have the most Instagram followers so I have the most hate and people slandering me, you can't win really."
Giving advice to hopefuls that will enter the all new Love Island villa in South Africa in January, Molly-Mae continued: "They need to really, really understand what they're entering into.
"I could say 'be yourself' but my biggest advice is to really think about it. You need to understand what you're about to get yourself in for.
"Your life will never be the same again and your family's lives will never be the same again. It's scary!"
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