reckons and are proof that really can match soulmates together.
The host of the dating show, 28, signed on for the job last year, making her debut
So, Maya watched Molly-Mae and Tommy’s 2019 series from home as a viewer as – and she’s still a superfan of the adorable couple to this day.
Opening Love Island: Aftersun on Sunday (July 23), the presenter sent her congratulations to Molly-Mae and Tommy, both 24, just one hour earlier.
Tommy got down on one knee on a clifftop with a sea view, surrounded by countless white roses and with baby daughter Bambi at his side.
Of course, Molly-Mae said yes, instantly bursting into tears and embracing her husband-to-be.
Addressing the monumental Love Island moment, Maya said: ‘Before we get into the chat, I’ve got some breaking news, everyone!
‘If you haven’t been on Instagram, Molly-Mae and Tommy have just got engaged! Congratulations!’
‘See, Love Island works!’, she declared.
‘They’ve got a baby, engagement, just a happy ever after!’
Co-star Sam Thompson then chimed in: ‘Money!’
‘Loads of money! All of that stuff!’, Maya joked.
The presenter was one of the first people to send her well wishes to the happy couple after they shared their engagement news with their millions of followers.
She commented on Instagram: ‘WE LOVE TO SEE IT! 😍😍😍❤️ congratulations you cuteys’.
Other Love Island stars were also keen to shower them with love, as Gemma Owen wrote: ‘Congratulations 🤍🤍’
Tasha Ghouri commented: ‘congratulations!!!! 😍❤️❤️’
Amber Gill, who won Molly-Mae and Tommy’s series four years ago, wrote: ‘Congrats you two babes always the cutest videos’.
Molly-Mae and Tommy have been going strong for the past four years and welcomed their first child in January.
Tommy has faced relentless pressure to pop the question over the years, but he made the moment as romantic as possible.
Speaking previously about getting married, Tommy admitted he had wanted to propose sooner but, given his hectic schedule as an athlete, he had to switch things around.
However, he assured the Loose Men panel earlier this year that he is ‘100% ready for marriage!’
They also won’t be the first Love Island lovebirds to walk down the aisle.
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland (runners-up in 2016) tied the knot in 2018, Dom Lever and Jess Shears (appeared on the 2017 series) wed in 2018 also, and Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt (also series 3) wed in 2021 – to name just a few!
Love Island airs each night at 9pm on ITV2. Love Island: Aftersun airs Sundays at 10pm on ITV2 and ITVX.