Updated on Apr 25, 2020. Posted on Apr 23, 2020

    The Most Controversial Couple From "Too Hot To Handle" Are Still Together And Want To Get Married

    They also have matching tattoos now!

    If you're clicking on this post, that probably means you've watched Too Hot To Handle, Netflix's new reality show where they put a bunch of conventionally hot people in a villa on the beach for a month and tell them they're not allowed to have sex with each other.

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    The contestants are also banned from kissing, heavy touching, and ~self-gratification~ — oh, and there's a potential $100,000 prize at the end of it all.

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    The catch is, if any of the contestants break any of the rules set for them at the retreat, that $100,000 decreases. If they kiss, it goes down by $3,000, oral sex is worth $6,000... You get it.

    Admittedly, the show is absolute nonsense — but it's also exactly the kind of nonsense we all need to binge-watch right now, so the likelihood is you've watched all eight episodes and are wondering what the cast are up to now.

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    Well, wonder no more! Because we finally have an update on perhaps the show's messiest contestants, Francesca, 26, and Harry, 22, who started the show as hook-ups, quickly became mortal enemies, and eventually ended up ~falling in love~.

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    I think we can assume from this post on Francesca's Instagram account that the two are still together, and are just as in love as they were in the final episode.

    It's safe to say the secret is out.

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    And in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Francesca and Harry opened up about their relationship, and explained exactly what's happened with them in the year since the show wrapped.

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    "I think we are going to be connected for life," Francesca said of her partner, before confirming that they still have plans to move in together, get married, and even have kids.

    It wasn't always like that, though. According to Harry, the couple actually broke up for a few months after the show ended.

    He said:

    After the show, everything was like a roller coaster, and we actually broke up for a few months. We took a break, and then a few months ago, I got drunk in L.A. and texted her that I wanted to FaceTime her dog. I was like, "Hey, I don't want to talk to you, can I just talk to your puppy?" So at that point we just started talking.

    "Long story short, I flew her down, fell in love again and now we want to get married," he went on.

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    And, Harry added, they're still living apart — him in LA and her in Canada — but their inability to see each other due to the coronavirus pandemic has just made their relationship even stronger.

    "After quarantine, it's probably going to be a few months [until I see her]," he told ET. "At that point, I'll probably be completely driven up the wall. So when I see her, I'll be wanting to put babies in her, and I'll be wanting to marry her."

    Oh, and in case you're not convinced by their love, Harry and Francesca also showed off their matching tattoos — lightning bolts, inspired by Francesca's painting of her "yoni" on the show.

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    "It was supposed to be my vagina, but it was like an interpretation of what I saw," Francesca said. "I put little lightning bolts all over it, so it just kind of represented our experience as a whole together."

    Meanwhile, Harry said of the tattoo: "It's just a nice little reminder to stay positive. And stay with Francesca!"

    Ellie Bate is a celebrity reporter and talent coordinator at BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.

    Contact Ellie Bate at eleanor.bate@buzzfeed.com.

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