Zara McDermott says she ‘would love’ to get married after moving into forever home with boyfriend Sam Thompson

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Zara McDermott has opened up about her hopes for her future with boyfriend Sam Thompson, revealing she wants to exchange vows and walk down the aisle with the Made in Chelsea favourite.

The Love Island star, 24, who was left "incredibly distressed" after fans told her to put on weight, is currently renovating her and 28-year-old Sam's "forever home" after moving in with the TV star this year.

Zara's comments came after one of her fans asked her on Instagram: "Do you want to get married?"

"Absolutely!" she replied, as part of the Q&A. "I know it's a very individual thing but I personally would love to," with a red love heart emoji on her Instagram story.

Another fan asked Zara how her and Sam are doing since getting back together late last year.

"The best," she gushed. "I love him more than this [world]."

The influencer went on to update her followers about working on their "forever home" together.

"We are about to start some major renovation work on the house and he's put me in charge of the design side of things, so I'm currently creating our forever home," she said.

"It's so much fun hehe."

Zara and Sam are clearly as happy as ever since rekindling their romance last December.

The stars gave their relationship another go after they previously went their separate ways when Zara admitted she cheated on Sam.

The former Love Islander previously opened up to new! magazine about owning up to her mistakes as she revealed she had to "hold her hands up" and confess to "messing up".

"The biggest thing I’ve learnt is that sometimes you have to be vulnerable and hold your hands up and own your mistakes," she said.

"You have to say, 'I messed up and I’m incredibly sorry.' So many people reached out to me and said, 'I’ve made a similar mistake, please don’t beat yourself up. Forgive yourself.'

"And that’s the key thing to being able to move on."

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