Love Islands Amy Hart has sights set on marrying beau after heartbreak in villa

Love Island's Amy Hart has revealed that she has her sights set on getting wed to her boyfriend next year.

The 29 year old shot to fame in 2019 when she fell head-over-heels for Curtis Pritchard, before getting her heart broken on national TV.

But finding love since her heartbreaking stint in the villa, Amy now has high hopes of getting hitched to her entrepreneur boyfriend Sam Rason, 33.

With her heart set on getting married to her boyfriend in 2023, Amy's love life seems to be on the up.

Speaking to OK! Magazine, Amy lifted the lid on her whirlwind romance with Sam and admitted that she can't wait to be selfish when she does marry.

Explaining how she wants to put off having kids before getting wed, she said: "I'd love to get married first, just because I think then you can be truly selfish with your wedding if you get married first.

"Once you have children, all your priorities change. I'd love to get married next year."

Amy went on to reveal how many kids she reckons she and her beau will have.

"We'll need to make a decision at some point about what we're going do first, but we'd like at least two.

"That doesn't leave us a long time and it will have to be back to back."

She also added: "Yes, this is my happy ending."

Amy even told her closest pals that she knew she would marry Sam after her second date.

Sam "doesn't have a timeline" when it comes to their future, and has said that he wants the proposal to be a surprise when the time finally arrives.

Letting him move in and giving him a set of keys, Sam moved into Amy's home in West Sussex just two months into the couple's relationship.

The pair first hit it off when Sam slid into Amy's Instagram DMs during the Easter break in 2021.

Penning a cheeky message, Sam hit the jackpot when she replied.

His first message read: "Can you make an appearance back on Bumble please Amy? I've been waiting patiently for a week now and you're the only reason I haven't deleted the app yet / Many Thanks and happy Easter."

The couple have been going strong ever since and now we have a wedding on the cards to look forward to.

*Love Island kicks off tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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