The two met and fell for each other while appearing on the 2017 series of Love Island and have remained together until this day.
However, Camilla has now admitted that the couple – who welcomed baby girl Nelly nine months ago – have faced some issues with their plans for their wedding.
When questioned about their wedding plans, Camilla told OK that plans for the wedding are “good” but that they have been busy.
She did add, however: “Sometimes I have… I’ve definitely fallen a little bit behind on the wedding admin, but I can catch up. It’s fine.”
The changing Covid-19 restrictions mean that weddings are currently only allowed with a maximum of 30 guests.
Camilla added: “We have a time we’re hopeful for. But we’re also just like everyone else, waiting to see what happens.
“There have been lots of changes in the last year, so we’re trying not to get ahead of ourselves.”
The discussion comes after Camilla explained the importance to not be too judgemental of parents.
She told Tyla last month: “We’re all trying to be the best we can be for our babies. What works for one family might not work for someone else.
“It’s so important that we’re able to speak to other parents without casting judgement, because these judgements can have a real effect.
“We want people to have a place where they can definitely share their experiences, but they can get advice that can help and empower parents.”
In February, Camilla previously spoke out about commenters on her Instagram account speculating on whether she was pregnant and why this should be avoided.
She penned: “I’ve been in two minds whether to mention this but I did notice some comments on a recent picture I posted of me and Nell suggesting I’m pregnant or pointing out they could see a bump.
“This is just a friendly reminder that if a woman wants you to know she is pregnant, she will tell you. And wouldn’t that lovely, joyous news be so much better coming from her than you inadvertently causing embarrassment or offence, or worse, pain and sadness? FYI I’m not offended, I’m 3.5 months postpartum.
“My body spent 9 months adapting not just to carrying and birthing a baby, but to becoming a mother. My shoulders are broader now and thank goodness they are as I’m carrying a baby around most of the time.”
She continued: “They have allowed me to rock my little girl to sleep even when my arms were aching, to let her feel warm and safe in my arms. My hips are wider and I’m so glad they are as they give me the support I need to scoop her up and chatter into her perfect little face.
“I know I have days ahead when I’ll need to perch her on that hip, while I multi-task with her by my side. And yes, I have more energy stores! I’ve never needed them so much in my life, and I’ve never been more grateful to my body for finding a way to constantly keep going.
“(My feet are also a size bigger but I haven’t quite worked out why that is yet [laughing emoji]!).”
She later added: “I’m the luckiest woman in the world and those comments did not bother me, but just a gentle reminder that they could be hurtful to someone, however well-meaning they might be.”
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ISawItFirst announce official fashion partnership with ITV’s Love Island
ISawItFirst is officially coupling up with ITV’s Love Island as their new fashion partners for 2021.
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The fashion retailer will also be the sponsors for the First Look aspect of the show, giving viewers sneak peaks of the day’s episode and exclusive imagery from inside the villa.
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