Love Island's Molly Mae Hague has admitted her relationship with Tommy Fury isn't quite as harmonious as appearances would believe.
Speaking in her first column for Closer magazine, Molly Mae shared her insight on the subject of women dumbing themselves down to try and impress their partners.
The social media influencer said she would never stoop so low as she finds intelligence sexy, but revealed sometimes Tommy could use a little help.
"My boyfriend Tommy – bless him – hasn't hugely impressed me with his intelligence, " said Molly.
Though said the boxer does sometimes have the odd 'flash of genuis.'
"The other day he came out with the word 'discombobulated!"" cried Molly, "I was shell-shocked. Whenever I learning something new, Tommy is the first person I tell.
"I'm teaching him more vocabulary and cooking and he teaches me about stuff like sports."
Yesterday, Tommy revealed that he and Molly Mae Hague are trying for a baby.
The 20-year-old boxer said he can't wait to have a family with Molly and wants to have twins with her by the time he is 22.
The pair look set to have their hands full as Tommy also said he wants to have eight children in total with his influencer girlfriend.
He made the revelation during an candid Q&A with fans Molly Mae's YouTube Channel.
The pair were sitting side by side on their sofa when they were asked if they had plans to start a family.
Molly began: "We both definitely want children. But obviously we're both only 20 years old."
Tommy then piped up to say that they have been trying to start a family 'most nights.'
While Molly looked embarrassed, Tommy continued: "Yes we have, we've been snoodling in the bedroom, I want twins by the time I'm 22, simple as that.
"Molly wants six kids, I want eight."
A giggling Molly tried to protest but Tommy asked her 'why are you lying for?'
"I ideally would love two children," she explained. "But you want a big family, don't you?" she said, turning to her beau.
"I want four. I reckon you can squeeze out four," Tommy told her.
The pair have gone from strength to strength since leaving the villa in August, and recently picked up the keys to their first home.
Their comments came just hours after their Love Island pals Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard confirmed that they are finally in an official relationship.
After months of playing it coy, over the weekend dancer Curtis finally asked Maura to be his girlfriend over a romantic dinner.
Maura told OK: "He asked and I said yes obviously.
"He took me away for a weekend break, and he asked me out over dinner in London the next day."
Curtis explained why it took him so long, saying: "I want something that's going to last forever. There's no point in rushing things. We've only known each other a short amount of time."
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