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Love Island star Amy Hart knew she wanted to marry Sam Ranson after two dates

OHMYGOSSIP — Amy Hart told friends she was “going to marry” Sam Ranson after their second date.
The former ‘Love Island’ star – who previously admitted she had never been in a serious relationship before falling for Curtis Pritchard in the villa back in 2019 – and her boyfriend Sam Ranson went public with their romance last year, and she was certain she’d found The One.
She told OK! magazine: “I told my friends just before our third date that I was going to marry Sam.
“They were like, ‘You’ve only met him twice,’ and I just told them to trust me on this one.”
Sam added: “I think the first conversation you had with my mum was, ‘I’m going to marry your son!’ You’re not wrong.”
The 29-year-old reality star admitted her family are “very impulsive people”, with her parents getting engaged after just eight weeks before tying the knot the next year, and having a baby the year after that.
However, Sam admitted: “I’m just a little bit slower. I don’t have a timeline in mind… I said to Amy that I want it to be a surprise, I want it to feel like quite a special moment for us…
“Life doesn’t always work to plan and with your fertility, we don’t quite know yet whether we’re gonna have to switch things up… Whether we focus on having kids first.”
Meanwhile, Amy insisted she wants to tie the knot first so she can be “truly selfish” about her big day without having anyone else to worry about, and she’d love to get married in 2023.
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 froze her eggs aged 27 because early menopause runs in her family, but she recently admitted she’ll give them away if they aren’t needed.
She said: “For me, it was something I’ve known I wanted to be a mum ever since I was a child and I was in a position to do it.
“So I was like, ‘If it’s going to help me … and if I can’t use them, then I’ll donate them.’ ”

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