Love Island's Callum Jones responds to claims relationship with Molly Smith is 'on the rocks'

Dusty Baxter-Wright
Photo credit: Instagram/CallumJones

From Cosmopolitan

Winter Love Island might be over but we're still as obsessed with the Islanders' love lives. This time around, Callum Jones has been forced to deny break up rumours from Molly Smith, after the pair were hit with claims their relationship was on the rocks.

In case you need a recap, Callum was coupled up with Shaughna Phillips during their time in the original Winter Love Island villa, but his head was turned by Molly Smith in Casa Amor. After returning to the main villa with her, the pair were later voted out, and have since been making a go of it in the real world.

Recently, though, a report claimed things weren't going too smoothly, and that they had been seen having a public argument while on a night out in Manchester. Callum has since shut down these claims, insisting him and Molly are as strong as ever, and actually have a very chilled relationship.

"Molly and I are very strong," he told MailOnline. "It's good between us, we have no arguments whatsoever. I am confident Molly and I can go the distance. There was something reported about us having an argument, I don't know where that come from. It's not true. I'm at Molly's place right now."

Speaking of their future together, Callum continued, "We see each other almost every day, there's only been two days where we haven't seen each other since we've been back. Everything has been good. Molly and I are very strong. It's good between us, we have no arguments whatsoever. I am confident Molly and I can go the distance."

The Love Island original added, "Everyone's different, but Molly and I are very chilled. Distance isn't an issue for us because we live close together, which definitely makes us strong. We live 10 minutes down the road from each other."

Callum also shared a picture with Molly on Instagram with the caption, "No drama". That's the end of that one, then.

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