Love Island star quitting showbiz and retraining for surprise new career | The Sun

LOVE Island star Molly Smith is retraining to become a personal trainer.

The 29-year-old, who found fame on the dating show in 2020, is currently doing exams and hopes to be qualified soon.

A source said: “Molly has always loved fitness and she’s decided she wants to turn her hobby into a job.

“She is a natural trainer and can’t wait to get started helping other people feel as good as her.”

Before doing Love Island Molly was working as a model and has had huge success as an influencer.

During her time in the villa, Molly was coupled with Callum Jones but their union caused major controversy among the islanders, as he had been coupled with Shaughna Philips before meeting Molly at Casa Amor.

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But the pair proved everybody wrong and are stronger than ever three years on, living in Manchester with two dogs.

Speaking recently about their romance, Callum gushed:  "We are perfect. We've got two dogs so we've got a proper little family going, it's lovely.

"We're just enjoying things that we've got at the minute and then family and marriage will eventually come into it."

A year after leaving the villa, Molly underwent a boob job and admitted it made her feel “so much better”.

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She told Closer magazine:  “It’s something that I’d always wanted to do, but I could never find the right time.

“I feel so much more confident in clothes now and even in my work, as I used to model quite a lot of underwear and wasn’t filling it out, which I found embarrassing. It’s made me feel so much better and, looking back, I wish I’d had it done it sooner.

“But I’ve never had Botox or anything like that. I’m not against it and I think if people want to have it done, that’s fine – it’s just not for me. The thought of injections in my face scares me – I’ve just had a spot on my lip and that was painful enough!”

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