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My Mum, Your Dad stars Janey Smith and Roger Hawes may have wedding bells on the cards some time in the future.

The couple are still going strong after meeting on the ITV reality TV show aired last year and have teased they may in fact walk down the aisle soon.

Speaking with Josie Gibson and Dermot O’Leary from Barbados on This Morning today (February 21), the loved-up pair had a cheeky response as to whether they have gotten married already.

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“Not yet!” the stars replied when asked if they were husband and wife just yet, teasing that an engagement might be the next milestone to hit for them.

While holiday on the Caribbean island, Roger and Janey declined to divulge any more details on their future plans, but appeared as happy as ever with O’Leary commenting they were “living their best life”.

Roger and Janey met on the show hosted by Davina McCall and dubbed “Love Island for middle-aged people”.

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The series follows middle-aged single parents as they head to a romance retreat to get another chance at love. Meanwhile, their adult children watch their every move and act as matchmakers, getting to decide who goes on dates with who.

During the finale aired in September 2023, both Janey’s son William and Roger’s daughter Jess gave the pair their blessings and expressed their joy at seeing their respective parents in a new relationship.

After the finale aired, the couple finally revealed on social media that they were together.

“It’s been hard to keep it a secret but the wait is finally over,” Roger wrote on Instagram after the final episode to reveal he and Janey were an item. “Me and the beautiful @janeybombshell are still going strong and have never been better since leaving @mymumyourdaduk. We couldn’t be happier together and it wouldn’t be possible without @itv @davinamccall @mymumyourdaduk.”

My Mum, Your Dad is available on ITV and ITVX.

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Reporter, Digital Spy

Stefania is a freelance writer specialising in TV and movies. After graduating from City University, London, she covered LGBTQ+ news and pursued a career in entertainment journalism, with her work appearing in outlets including Little White Lies, The Skinny, Radio Times and Digital Spy

Her beats are horror films and period dramas, especially if fronted by queer women. She can argue why Scream is the best slasher in four languages (and a half). 

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