Love Island's Tommy and Molly-Mae have already been chatting about having kids
"I want kids by the time I'm 22, simple as that."
Love Island's Tommy and Molly-Mae have already been chatting about the prospect of having kids - on a YouTube Q&A, nonetheless.
The couple, who came second during this summer's instalment of the reality TV show, have said that they both want to have children - they just can't agree on when they're going to start trying.
Chatting on Molly-Mae's YouTube channel, the pair said that they wanted to have a family, "but obviously we're both only 20 years old."
That didn't seem to deter Tommy, however, who was adamant that he is going to be a dad by the time he's 22.
"We've been trying to make children most nights," he said, "I want kids by the time I'm 22, simple as that. She wants six kids, I want eight."
He later added: "I want four, I reckon you could squeeze four out."
Yeah grand, mate, no bother at all.
This comes after the couple moved into their first flat together, an apartment in Manchester that they bought earlier this year.
"We’re both doing marvellous things," Tommy told The Sun. "We’re both really happy. We’ve bought an apartment in Manchester and we’re going to move in together."
"We’re both extremely busy, but there to support each other too. It’s amazing."
Similarly, Molly-Mae told us a few weeks back that her relationship with Tommy was going very well, indeed.
"We just get on so great and our relationship is going from strength to strength," she said. "It's been a bit crazy since leaving the villa but it's going really well."
"Life has changed so much. I was an influencer before I went in, so I think I had a little bit of insight into what life would be like when I left the show."