Love Island’s Finn Tapp teases Paige Turley proposal and baby

That escalated quickly

Love Island's Paige Turley and Finn Tapp

by Daisy Hall |

Love Island’s Finley Tapp has revealed that a proposal to girlfriend Paige Turley is imminent.

Yep, already.

Despite having dated for less than a year, the former semi-professional footballer explained to OK! magazine: "I’m not going to wait - I want to propose soon. I don't to say a timescale as it's going to be a surprise.

"All I have to do is ask for Paige’s dad’s blessing."

Love Island's Paige Turley and Finn Tapp

And it sounds like he's given it a lot of though, as he admitted he's 'got a few ideas about how [he'd] propose.'

The couple have remained strong since winning the first winter version of Love Island earlier this year and have recently moved into a flat in Manchester together after Finn drove for six hours in order to isolate with Paige and her parents in West Lothian, Scotland.

Their new three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment with floor-to-ceiling windows has left us completely jealous. They’ve even made one of the spare bedrooms into a dressing room with a walk-in wardrobe.

As well as revealing his proposal plans, Finn also admitted that the couple have also discussed the possibility of having child together and would ideally like to 'have a long engagement and in that time have a baby.'

Keeping it casual, then?

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Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde
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Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde are the only Love Island winners to have remained together.Despite splitting for a number of months in 2017, the couple rekindled their romance when Cara discovered she was expecting the couple's first child.

Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde
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The couple later welcomed a baby boy called Freddie in December 2016. Sharing the happy news on social media, Nathan wrote, 'The day has finally come !!!! Myself and @cara_delahoyde have become parents to our beautiful baby boy !!! Massive hats off to Cara Who delivered our boy safely !!!!! #thenextchapter ud83dudc99ud83dudc76ud83cudffc[sic]In July 2018, Cara and Nathan announced they are now engaged with Nathan popping the question in the villa they first met.

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen
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It took her a while, but Olivia Buckland finally found her man during Love Island season two. After leaving the villa together when they finished in second place behind Cara and Nathan, the couple haven't looked back!

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen
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Just a few months after leaving the villa, Alex popped the question to Olivia during a romantic trip to New York. The couple married in a luxury ceremony in 2018, with parts of their wedding being shown on their very own TV show.

Dom Lever and Jess Shears
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Despite the public thinking their relationship was just a 'joke', Jess Shears and Dom Lever have defied the odds and are one of the two couples still together from their series. Despite all of the drama with Jess and 'Muggy Mike', Dom proposed to his girlfriend in September 2016.

Series Three: Dom Lever and Jess Shears
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The couple have cashed in on promotional shoots together, appearances, and even got 'married' on Good Morning Britain on Valentine's Day. Despite the 'fake wedding', Jess and Dom then tied the knot for real in 2018, when they married at a private ceremony on the Greek island of Mykonos. In October 2019, they welcomed a child together.

Series Three: Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow
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The nation fell in love with Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Camilla Thurlow in 2017. And, after she had her heart broken by a number of different men in the villa, model Jamie Jewitt arrived and swept Camilla off her feet.After enjoying time together outside of the show and meeting each other's families, the couple are living happily ever after.

Series Three: Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow
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The loved up couple have since traveled the world together on charity missions... can they get any better?

Series Four: Tommy Fury and Molly May Hague
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The king and queen of Love Island 2019 are still loved up. While Molly Mae is living it up as a brand ambassador for PrettyLittleThing, Tommy's days are filled with training as well as being a brand ambassador for Boohoo Man.

He went on to say :“I want a baby at my wedding and for them to be in the photos. We could put him in a suit.”

Maybe having a baby just for the photo opportunities isn’t the best idea; but who can deny how cute their offspring would be?

Lockdown definitely appears to be a decisive factor in the success of several Love Island relationships. Indeed, Paige stated that 'you’d have thought we’d be wanting to kill each other by now but we’ve still been glued to each other. We’re always together.'

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But whilst Paige and Finn, as well as Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman, have found that isolating together has strengthened their relationship, Wes Nelson and Arabella Chi found that such an intense living situation proved to be their undoing.

On the other hand, long distance in lockdown triggered break-ups between Ched Uzor and Jess Gale, as well as Demi Jones and Luke Mabbott, with Ched admitting that he had drifted apart from the stunning twin after not being able to see her.

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