Former Love Islander Amy Hart has admitted that she is still waiting for her boyfriend Sam Rason to propose on Wednesday.
The reality star, 30, who went public with her relationship in 2021, revealed her hopes to marry and explained that she has not shied away from dropping hints.
Speaking to MailOnline at the press night for Sister Act! The Musical in London, Amy stunned a chic white mini-dress as she discussed her future relationship goals.
Hopes: Amy Hart has admitted that she is still waiting for her boyfriend Sam Rason to propose as she joined MailOnline at the press night for Sister Act! The Musical in London on Wednesday
Detailing her hopes to marry her boyfriend, she said: ‘It’s up to Sam. I’ve got to wait for him to propose. My hints haven’t even been subtle. We’ve been together like 15 months.
‘It will happen in good time, he’s a very nice man, I’m very very lucky.’
Amy previously admitted she had never had a serious romance before entering ITV2’s Love Island where she found romance with Curtis Pritchard, 26.
Cute couple: The reality star, 30, who went public with her relationship in 2021, revealed her hopes to marry and explained that she has not shied away from dropping hints
After recently celebrating her 30th birthday she admitted that she hopes this ‘new chapter’ of her life will be good.
During the event, she looked incredible in the flowy short-sleeve shift dress which she styled with an ornate headband and theatrical heart-shaped earrings for a retro vibe.
She donned some white slip on kitten heels to finish the look off and held onto a creamy satin clutch.
Stunner: Detailing her hopes to marry her boyfriend, she said: ‘It’s up to Sam. I’ve got to wait for him to propose. My hints haven’t even been subtle. We’ve been together like 15 months’
The blonde beauty wore her platinum tresses in styled curls, adding a pop of colour with a bright blue nail polish.
Amy later huddled up to a pal – dressed in a glam black-and-white ensemble – as the pair posed for photos.
Earlier this month Amy revealed plans to marry and start a family with Sam, and said they’ll be making important decisions about their lives this year.
Friends: During the event, she looked incredible in the flowy short-sleeve shift dress as she huddled up to a pal – dressed in a glam black-and-white ensemble
She told MailOnline that entrepreneur Sam is the ‘love of her life’ and the couple are busy weighing up whether to get married first or have a baby.
Former air stewardess Amy admitted watching Love Island, in particular the Casa Amor recoupling, used to make her feel ‘physically sick’ after she left the villa in 2019 following her devastating split from Curtis Pritchard.
Amy said: ‘I’m now in a relationship with the love of my life, I’m with my lovely Sam so I feel all right now when I watch Love Island.’
She continued: ‘But last year, when I was waiting for Millie [Court] and Liam [Reardon] to be reunited after Casa Amor, I felt physically sick.
‘When I first came out the villa, I didn’t want to watch it. I used to go to a lot of events that would be a meet and greet and then a screening of the show and I would say “I need to leave before 9pm because I’m not watching it anymore.”
Amy, who celebrated turning 30 this month by throwing a Mamma Mia themed party complete with drag queens and an ABBA tribute band, explained that herself and Sam are constantly looking towards the future.
‘Settling down is on the cards’: Amy told MailOnline that Sam is the ‘love of her life’ and the couple are busy weighing up whether to get married first or have a baby
She said: ‘Settling down is on the cards for us. We just need to decide at the end of this year whether we’re going to have children first or get married first.
‘Ideally, I would like to get married before having kids, but I have all my fertility issues, so potentially baby first just so we know it’s done – there is a biological clock.
‘In my 20s, I did everything for me, I did Love Island and life went mad, I bought a house and met Sam when I was 28, so now I am excited for my 30s and to see what Sam and I are going to achieve together.
‘My 30s are for me, Sam, and any children we may have.’
‘Biological clock’: Amy decided to freeze her eggs when she was 28 after learning from a fertility MOT that her egg reserves were low for her age
Amy decided to freeze her eggs when she was 28 after learning from a fertility MOT that her egg reserves were low for her age, and she could be at risk of early menopause.
The reality star has publicly called for there to be more support, particularly financially, for women who have fertility issues and for IVF to be made more widely accessible.
This year’s Love Island has faced scrutiny for recruiting multiple contestants that have famous parents, such as footballer Michael Owen’s daughter Gemma, 19, and Boyzone singer Ronan Keating’s son Jack, 23.
Amy believes as someone who went on the show with no prior experience of fame, that Islanders who go in blind may be the most genuine and up for finding true love in the villa.
She said: ‘Having famous offspring on the show is good for Love Island because it creates news, and we all want to see Michael Owen go into the villa.
‘But it’s hard because anyone that knows the industry already has an advantage over normal people.
‘When I went in the villa, I had no idea what was going on. It is good to have a mix and give us a bit of star quality, but Paige is a paramedic, Luca sells fish, and it’s good to see that in the villa too, those people are looking for genuine connections.’
Throwback: Amy believes Love Island needs a mix of contestants that have famous parents and those who have no prior experience of the industry (pictured in 2019)