Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey want a daughter

Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey want a daughter

Cara Del La Hoyde and her fiance Nathan Massey want to have a daughter.
The former ‘Love Island’ winners – who won the reality show in 2016 – are set to tie the knot this year, and the 28-year-old beauty has admitted she would love to give their 14-month-old son Freddie-George a sibling.
Speaking to the latest issue of OK! Magazine, she said: "We definitely both want a little girl. It would be nice to have a summer baby."
The former ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ star also revealed that she wants to bring their parents and son on their "familymoon".
She said: "I’d like to do a big familymoon with our families.
"That way we can have time on our own as our parents can have him, but he’s still there."
The couple have already bought their wedding rings, but as for the dress, Cara says she has struggled to narrow it down to just one.
She said: "I had a vision of a princess, Disney-style dress and then I tried dresses like that and now I have a few I like, but they’re all so different. I’m in love with all of them!"
The brunette beauty revealed the wedding will be taking place "really soon" as they have clear schedules.
Asked how the wedding planning is going, she told Now magazine: "They’re going really well! 
"We haven’t got long, it’s happening really soon. "We’re finally at a stage now where we’ve got nothing else coming up so we’ve got no excuse not 
to do it. "We’ve got the house and we’re engaged. Tresor Paris have designed our wedding rings and they’re gorgeous!"
The couple got engaged in July 2017, when Nathan got down in one knee in the ‘Love Island’ villa where they met.
He said at the time: "I brought her back to where we met and took her on a little treasure hunt around the villa to different places which meant something to us. Finally, I blindfolded her, led her to the pool and got down on one knee."
And Cara admitted that the proposal was very romantic.
She added: "It was so romantic. It’s where we met – we’ve come full circle."