No wedding bells just yet for Love Island champions Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde


They've only just been crowned the winners of Love Island after falling for each other over six weeks on the ITV2 reality show, but Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde are already being quizzed over a future together as husband and wife.

The loved-up pair appeared on ITV's Lorraine together on Friday morning to discuss their romance in their very first interview since leaving the Majorca-based villa.

Love Island's Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde on ITV's Lorraine on Friday
Love Island's Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde on ITV's Lorraine on Friday, to discuss their future plans (ITV)

And, although clearly in the fresh throes of a relationship, the couple certainly aren't ready to rush into things, and brushed off the idea of marriage talk when probed by TV stalwart Lorraine Kelly.

Insisting they'll be taking things slowly, Nathan said: "We're just going to see where it goes.

'Listen, we're going to be together no doubt about that, so whatever comes up we'll discuss it together, we're a team now, we're 'Nara' aren't we?" he added, referencing his and Cara's cute joined name.

And, when asked about tying the knot, a slightly panicked-looking Nathan replied: 'It's pigeon steps at the moment...'

Responding with surprise, Cara retorted: 'Why pigeon? That's well small. It's baby steps!'

Nathan quickly made sure to comfort his new love, replying that he hasn't got his eyes on anyone else.

Cara also discussed how they're trying to keep things simple and work on their relationship in a more normal way now they're away from the villa and the constant glare of the TV cameras.

Love Island's Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey fell in love on the ITV2 programme
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey fell in love on Love Island and went on to win £50,000 together (Joel Anderson/ITV / Press Association Images)

"We didn't start in a normal way, we didn't do the dating, the not seeing each other for a couple of days," the pretty brunette said.

"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."

Nathan and Cara were crowned the champions of Love Island after spending a heady six weeks in the villa, beating the likes of their co-stars Scott Thomas and Kady McDermott, and Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen.

Nathan and Cara insisted they won't be getting married yet
Nathan insisted he and Cara will be taking 'pigeon steps' in their romance after winning Love Island (ITV)

They were the only original couple left in the show after being put together in the very first episode, and eventually went on to win the £50,000 prize.

Cara and Nathan revealed during their Friday morning TV stint that they'll be giving their winnings to their parents.

"I never had money ever, I've always been a weekend millionaire. my mum and dad have always helped me out, so I'm going to treat them," Nathan revealed - with Cara adding that she's going to give hers to her parents for a "deposit for their house".