Love Island’s Paige opens up about issue with "future husband"

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Love Island star Paige Thorne shared an update on the current state of her love life, but confesses "it’s not looking good".

The reality TV personality left the villa last year alongside Adam Collard, just missing out on a place in the 2022 Love Island final, but their relationship came to an end two months later.

Paige has since met someone new who she believes may be her perfect match, but while chatting about her latest flame, she admitted there’s one problem.

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Chatting about her most recent experiences in the world of dating while attending the Child of Wales Awards, Paige teased details about her mystery man.

"It’s not looking good," she told OK!. "I know exactly what I want and I actually think I’ve already met my future husband. He’s just not ready to settle down yet.

"I’m not in the headspace to deal with anybody, really."

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While Paige kept the identity of her most recent partner under wraps, she has recently been rumoured to be dating Swansea FC footballer Liam Cullen.

"I can’t say anymore," the reality TV star remarked, when asked if the rumours were true. "But let’s just say I’m focusing on myself at the minute."

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The latest season of Love Island drew to a close earlier this month with Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan being crowned the winners and taking home the £50,000 prize money.

However, it won’t be long before the hit ITV2 reality dating show is back on our screens, with Maya Jama watching over a brand new set of singletons as they head into the villa looking for love.

Love Island is set to return later this year, with a summer season already confirmed by ITV, and the show recently put out a call for fans to apply.

Love Island is available via catch up on ITVX and BritBox.

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