Millie Court responds after Liam Reardon hints at reunion and calls her ‘wife material’

Love Island 2021 winner Millie Court has reacted to her ex Liam Reardon's hints at them reuniting in the future, as the blonde bombshell admitted "never say never".

Welsh star Liam, 22, recently told new that he doesn't think it's the end for him and Millie, 25, who split up earlier this year.

The former bricklayer also said he thinks Millie is "wifey material" and could even imagine them getting married one day.

Chatting to OK! on the red carpet at The Sun's Who Cares Wins awards ceremony in London on Tuesday evening, Millie giggled at the prospect.

Asked if she could see a reunion on the cards, the former fashion buyer said: "Well obviously things happen for a reason.

"I don't know, like, at the moment I'm happy being me, but never say never," the star laughed.

Millie also admitted there was a chance she'd watch her former beau on Celebs Go Dating later this month, as Liam is set to take part on the new series.

"Maybe, I'm not sure!" the star teased.

The star went on to say that she's finding single life "very fun", especially now she and close friend and fellow Love Island star Chloe Burrows have moved in together.

Millie insisted that the pair are living it up in Essex as she doesn't "ever want to leave" due to loving it so much, and they've now "got a house together".

Joking that there's "lots of drinking", and the duo like a glass of wine together in the evening, Millie also told publications on the red carpet that they've already had a couple of parties to celebrate their move.

"But it just feels nice to have each other because we're both, you know, single now," she said.

"And we've got each other to support each other and help each other through it," the star added.

It comes as Liam explained he has joined the Celebs Go Dating agency to “take his mind off the break-up”.

But despite the difficulty of their split, the Welsh reality star hasn't shut the door completely.

On whether they could get back together in the future, Liam said: “Never say never. Maybe one day in the future, we’ll rekindle.”

"I definitely haven’t ruled it out because I know her morals and what she has, and that is something I would want in someone, in a wife," he continued, but is more focused on concentrating on himself at the moment.

"If it’s meant to be, we’ll find our way back to each other," Liam added in the interview.


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