Love Island’s Brad McClelland ‘dating footballer Harry Maguire’s sister’

Love Island’s Brad McClelland is reportedly dating footballer Harry Maguire's sister.

Daisy Maguire, who works as a talent assistant at Soccer Aid Productions, is said to have struck up a relationship with the former Love Island star, 26, over the summer and the pair are believed to be "smitten".

An insider close to the couple told The Sun: “Daisy and Brad haven’t been dating for long but they’re absolutely head-over-heels.

“They make a lovely couple and their respective family and friends think they make a good match.

“It is early days but Daisy makes Brad really happy. He can’t stop smiling."

The reported new couple are now said to be enjoying a loved-up holiday in Milan, Italy, and Daisy has taken to Instagram to post a sweet snap of her and Brad cuddling up together.

In her next story post, she wished her other brother Joe as they hugged during what looked to be a football match celebration – likely celebrating their brother Harry's massive success in last year's Euro 2020s.

Harry became a household name when he was part of the England squad in the huge football tournament.

Former labourer Brad found fame on last year's series of Love Island, where he coupled up with Lucinda Strafford, before being dumped from the villa on Day 16.

Back in June, Love Island season seven contestants Brad McClelland and Tyler Cruickshank publicly apologised to their former co-star Rachel Finni after "humiliating" her in a video where they laughed at a comment about her appearance.

Brad, 26, and Tyler, also 26, along with Jake Cornish, 25, and Aaron Francis, 24, took part in an Instagram Live video, and they were seen seemingly laughing at 29 year old Rachel’s expense, after a member of the public commented, saying: “Rachel, yet again, not a bombshell”.

Brad’s released a statement via Instagram which read: “I want to apologise to Rachel and any others for any feelings that were hurt during our Instagram Live the other night. I have rewatched the video back and I can see how this was perceived.

“This upon reflection was not the way to behave, and was 100% not my intention to hurt or upset her [Rachel] and those who know me, know I am not that type of person.

“I have since reached out to Rachel personally and apologised for any hurt that I have caused.”

Brad ended his statement, writing: “From the bottom of my heart, I really am sorry”.


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