Inside Love Island stars Callum Jones and Molly Smith’s cosy Manchester flat as their romance blossoms during the coronavirus lockdown
The couple have taken to Instagram to display their chic new abode which boasts crushed velvet sofas, neutral furnishings and a blue and white marble kitchen.
Since leaving the villa in February, Callum and Molly’s romance has gone from strength to strength, and have already set up home together due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Love nest: Love Island stars Callum Jones and Molly Smith have shared a glimpse of the cosy Manchester flat where they’re riding out the coronavirus lockdown
Callum and Molly have been holed up together during the coronavirus lockdown, but have shared glimpses of their stylish abode.
The living room boasts a neutral colour scheme, but features bronze sofas with a crushed velvet effect, while another is white with pretty grey cushions.
Along with being the perfect space for Molly to share snaps of her array of lockdown loungewear, Callum also seems to be boosting his gaming skills.
The couple also have a spacious kitchen with a dark blue and white colour scheme, and an island which is the perfect setting for an Instagram post.
Cute: The couple have shared a glimpse of their cosy abode, complete with plenty of crushed velvet and neutral furnishings
Relaxed: Callum and Molly seemed to be right at home in their new abode, which also boasted a relaxed bronze sofa
Romantic: The living room boasts a simple and neutral colour scheme with minimalist accessories
Low-key: The living room is decorated with silver carpets, funky mirrors and a metallic finish
Callum and Molly’s relationship has been stronger than ever since they departed the Love Island villa just days before the final.
Last month the couple were forced to defend their romance when it was claimed they were ‘on the rocks’ and Callum had slept with his ex-partner Shaughna Phillips in the villa.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Callum said: ‘Molly and I are very strong. It’s good between us, we have no arguments whatsoever. I am confident Molly and I can go the distance.’
Cooking up a storm: Molly and Callum’s kitchen also boasts a simple dark blue and white colour scheme, with appropriately sleek marble worktops
Yummy: Molly and Callum’s relationship has gone from strength to strength since they exited the Love Island villa in February
Defensive: It comes after Callum was forced to hit back at claims that his relationship with Molly was ‘on the rocks’
Adorable: It also seems that Molly and Callum are joined by their adorable pet pooch as they remain holed up in their flat during the lockdown
Still going strong: Callum also said that he and Molly have a better chance of staying in a long lasting relationship than other Love Island couples due to living so close together
He continued: ‘There was something reported about us having an argument, I don’t know where that come from. It’s not true. I’m at Molly’s place right now.
‘We see each other almost every day, there’s only been two days where we haven’t seen each other since we’ve been back. Everything has been good.’
Callum went onto say that he and Molly have a better chance of staying in a long lasting relationship than other Love Island couples due to living so close together.
He said: ‘Everyone’s different, but Molly and I are very chilled.
‘Distance isn’t an issue for us because we live close together, which definitely makes us strong. We live 10 minutes down the road from each other.
‘We’re pretty much in an official relationship now. I thought you only asked someone to be your girlfriend in primary school but maybe I will soon…’
Yummy: The couple have also been displaying their baking skills like much of the nation during the lockdown, as their relationship continues to blossom