Love Island's Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey to do more reality TV
'Love Island' winners Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey are open to the idea of doing another reality TV show after walking away with the £50,000 prize money last week.
'Love Island' winners Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey are keen to do another reality TV show.
The romantic pair - who have spent the past six weeks cooped up in villa in Majorca, Spain - have admitted they're open to joining another series like 'The Only Way is Essex' after walking away with the £50,000 prize money last week.
While appearing on 'Lorraine' on Friday (15.07.16), Nathan said when asked whether they'd join another reality TV show in the near future: "Like I said we'll have to discuss it between each other, what road we want to go down. And make sure it's 50-50 on both sides because that's how we work. That's how we worked in the villa, always 50-50."
Cara - who agreed to split the money with Nathan despite being allowed to take it for herself - added: "We really enjoyed Love Island so why not give something else a bash."
And, although they've fallen head over heels for one another in just over a month, the brunette beauty has admitted she's looking forward to spending some quality time with Nathan away from the cameras.
She explained: "We didn't start in a normal way, we didn't do the dating, the not seeing each other for a couple of days. It's going to be nice now to be, not away from each other like that, but you know, to miss each other to think, 'oh I've not seen Nathan for like two days because he's been working, I can't wait to see him'.
"And do normal things, go to the cinema, pop round his mum's for a cup of tea. Come to me nan's for a roast."
Meanwhile, their relationship may be travelling at the speed of light, but Nathan is adamant marriage isn't on the cards just yet because they're taking little steps.
When asked if they're planning to tie the knot, Nathan shot back: "Pigeon steps, pigeon steps at the moment."
Cara, clearly shocked by his remark, said: "Why pigeon? That's well small. Not as small as that. Baby steps!"