‘She wants to turn her hobby into a job’: Love Island star Molly Smith quits showbiz and retrains for a completely new career away from the public eye
Molly Smith has decided to retire from showbiz and is currently retraining as a Wednesday personal trainer.
The former Love Island beauty, 29, who rose to fame on the ITV2 show in 2020, is currently taking exams and hopes to get her qualification soon.
The influencer has decided to make her fitness hobby her job and “can’t get started” as soon as she can.
A source told The sun: ‘Molly has always loved fitness and she has decided that she wants to make her hobby her job.
“She’s a natural trainer and can’t wait to get started helping other people feel as good as she does.”
New venture: Molly Smith has decided to retire from showbiz and is currently retraining as a personal trainer on Wednesday
Exciting! The former Love Island beauty, 29, who rose to fame on the ITV2 show in 2020, is currently taking exams and hopes to get her qualification soon
Before appearing on the hit dating show, Molly worked as a model and had success as an influencer.
While staying at the villa, she dated boyfriend Callum Jones while at Casa Amor.
Molly and Callum are one of Love Island’s biggest success stories. They meet on the first ever winter edition of the ITV dating show in 2020 where they left for the final.
The couple moved into a lavish four-bedroom home in Manchester in November after meeting on the show.
Despite their rushed start, the lovebirds seem to be getting stronger, recently celebrating their second anniversary together.
However, things haven’t always been smooth sailing for the pair as their togetherness has caused a stir on the ITV2 show.
Callum entered the show as one of the original contestants and interacted with Shaughna Phillips in the beginning.
The couple’s relationship continued to blossom until the infamous Casa Amor came along – where Molly came to the show.
Molly and Callum hit it off when they met, and he decided to return to the villa with her – Shaughna was devastated when she had to fly alone.
The pair now keep their followers updated via social media and enjoy lavish sun-filled outings together.
A source told The Sun: ‘Molly has always loved fitness and decided to make her hobby her job. She’s a natural trainer and can’t wait to get started helping other people feel as good as she does’
Loved up: Molly, who was previously a model prior to the dating show, dated boyfriend Callum Jones while at Casa Amor in 2020 and the pair now live together in Manchester