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Love Island's Tom introduces Molly to family member after confirming relationship

Love Island's Tom Clare has introduced girlfriend Molly Smith to his sister, shortly after confirming their relationship.

Tom and Molly won Love Island's first-ever All Stars series last month and have recently confirmed that they are boyfriend and girlfriend. Now Tom has introduced her to his sister Laura.

"So happy these two have finally met," he posted on Instagram, alongside a photo of the three of them at a restaurant table.

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The couple revealed that they had made things official "some time last week" when appearing on a livestream with fellow Islander Anton Danyluk, stating that: "It was just me and Mol, like intimate, just, away from everyone."

Days before, Molly had denied that Tom had made a grand gesture when asking her to go official, after a rose-petal proposal video had gone viral and fans had linked it to the duo.

"I wish I bloody got that, have you seen it?" she said on a TikTok clip.

"That weren't for me. Whoever did that, he's never done that!"

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Meanwhile, fellow Islanders Molly Marsh and Zachariah Noble have confirmed that they have gone their separate ways after seven months of dating.

"Love Island’s Molly Marsh and Zachariah Noble have made the decision to end their relationship in the last week. They both are still extremely close friends and will be supporting each other in their next ventures," their joint statement read.

"The relationship has ended on good terms for both of them, and they wish nothing but the best for one another. They have both said, 'Relationships don't need to always end sour, and sometimes parting as friends with the best memories is the best thing for everybody'."

Multiple seasons of Love Island and Love Island: All Stars are available to stream on ITVX now.

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