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Too Hot to Handle season 2: Emily Miller and Cam Holmes reveal they’re still a couple and now live together

Cam Holmes and Emily Miller were one of the favourite couples from season two of Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle, and they’ve now revealed they’re still together seven months after filming.

Cam and Emily were serial rule-breakers during the show, costing the contestants thousands. But at least it seems to have all been worth it.

During the reunion special the loved up pair said they are ‘obviously’ still an item and are thinking of their future together.

‘We have literally been inseparable since we came home,’ Cam shared.

‘She came to mine for a bit and then I basically packed everything up and moved in with Em. We live together, we haven’t spent many days apart since leaving the show.’

Emily explained that they only had their first date after the most recent lockdown in England.

She said the experience was ‘really weird’.

‘He just sees me every day in my dressing gown, I don’t dress up, I’m a complete slob so I don’t know why he’s with me,’ Emily explained.

This is a far cry from when they first came off the show, as Emily said they were having sex ‘seven times a day’.

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The reunion was hosted by former contestant Chloe Veitch (Picture: Too Hot to Handle)

Cam said his former housemate was even concerned with how much sex they were having.

‘We’re essentially like a little married couple now, we know everything about each other,’ Cam explained.

The pair have even talked about marriage and have agreed that if they have a baby girl they’re going to call her Lana, a nod to the show’s robot.

Emily added: ‘Wedding bells are definitely on the cards for me.’

You can stream season one and two of Too Hot to Handle on Netflix.


Credit: Original article published here.

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