Scott Thomas has no plans to propose to Kady McDermott
- Bang Showbiz
- 27 July 2017
Scott Thomas has admitted he's not planning to pop the question to his girlfriend Kady McDermott just yet because she's only 21
Scott Thomas has no plans to propose to Kady McDermott just yet.
The 'Love Island' hunk has been dating the brunette beauty since they met in the famous villa last year and, although their relationship is going from strength-to-strength, he's not planning to pop the question just yet because his partner is only 21 years old.
Speaking to star magazine, he said: "Not just yet - Kady's only 21! Everyone cam move at their own pace and we're enjoying where we're out right now."
The couple recently moved in together in Manchester with their adorable Pomeranian and have admitted they really enjoy spending time together in their own place.
Scott added: "I was a bit of a sofa surfer before and now we've got our own little house and our own family with the dog."
And, although they're keen to take things slowly, they've already started thinking about children and have picked out the names they will give their offspring.
Kady said previously: "I love children so much. But not right now.
"We've already chosen our children's names. For a boy we like Noah and a girl we want Skye. We want a boy and a girl."
Scott - who is the brother of actors Adam and Ryan Thomas - added: "Two children would be ideal. My brothers are amazing dads and some day I'd love to follow in their footsteps. I'm always round Adam and Caroline's so I spend a lot of time with Teddy. I'm like the third wheel so I can't wait to take Kady out with them."
The pair think spending so much time in such close quarters while they were on the reality TV show last year has accelerated their romance.
Scott, 28, said shortly after they left the villa: "Yes, but because people don't understand our situation it feels cringe saying it to other people.
"Six weeks in there is like six months in reality. We didn't want to say it on camera because people wouldn't have believed it was genuine, but we know how we feel."