Georgia Harrison has revealed she’s ready to meet someone and settle down after announcing split from boyfriend.
The Love Island star, 28, admitted she’s ready to get married and have at least three kids when she meets the right person.
Speaking to OK! Magazine about the split, she said: ‘I’m really happy with the time I spent with my ex but it wasn’t going to work between us. It ended amicably and I’m happy.
‘I’m happy. I’m single and waiting to see what happens. The best way to meet someone is when you’re not looking. So I’m decompressing at the moment and spending time with my mum and my dog.’
Explaining what she’s looking for, Georgia said: ‘I’d love to meet someone, settle down, get married. I’d love to have at least three kids.’
‘I’d love to have at least three kids’: Georgia Harrison has revealed she’s ready to meet someone and settle down after announcing split from boyfriend
When asked what she’s looking for from her future baby daddy, she said: ‘They have to be loyal, motivated. I get up every day, I work hard, I train hard and I want someone who does that too. He’s gotta be funny and playful. I need someone who can trust that I’m a good girl, I’m a loyal girl and they’ll love and respect me.
Georgia, who previously told MailOnline that her ex boyfriend could be ‘The One’ shared the news of her split on her social media.
Taking to Instagram to answer a Q&A, Georgia responded to a question asking if she was single.
Underneath, she wrote: ‘As of recently… Yes I am’.
One fan then asked what ‘sexy’ outfit she was planning on wearing for Valentines day, to which she replied ‘my pyjamas’ with a laughing emoji.
Georgia first revealed her boyfriend in November 2022, as she admitted he could be ‘the one’.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Georgia shared that she met her new beau at Glastonbury over the summer, but decided to keep his identity a secret as she didn’t want to ‘drag him’ into her public profile.
Asked whether she is currently dating, Georgia said at the time: ‘Yes, I’ve got a boyfriend, and he’s out of the limelight. Everyone is very shocked.’
Shedding light on her new romance, she added: ‘I think you do it for so long, eventually you want to meet someone who isn’t interested in that side of your life. You have your side of life, and they have theirs, and you keep it separate.’
Explaining how she met her new man, Georgia told MailOnline: ‘We met at Glastonbury. It’s a mad story and I think it was fate personally. We met, and as soon as I met him I just had a feeling that I’ve never felt with most people I’ve ever met.
Questioned on whether her new man could be The One, the star confessed: ‘I hope so. He’s around my age, but I won’t talk too much about him because I don’t want to drag him into it.’
Georgia’s split comes only a few months after the conviction of her ex-boyfriend Steven Bear for ‘revenge porn’ offences against her.
Speaking to OK! Magazine about the split, she said: ‘I’m really happy with the time I spent with my ex but it wasn’t going to work between us. It ended amicably and I’m happy.’
Horrific: It comes only months after her ex Stephen Bear was found guilty of posting a sex tape of her online (pictured with Bear in 2019)
At the end of last year, Stephen was found guilty of sharing a video taken in his garden in 2020, showing him and Georgia having sex.
Shamed reality star Stephen’s sentencing for sharing a sex tape of Georgia on OnlyFans was recently delayed by a month so a psychiatric report can be produced.
He was found to have captured CCTV footage of the act in his back garden on August 2, 2020, and uploaded it online.
Georgia said she did not know that they were being filmed and told Stephen not to broadcast the footage when he showed it to her, but she said that he went on to share it on WhatsApp and the online subscription site.
Stephen had denied all charges, but last month a jury found him guilty by unanimous verdicts of two counts of disclosing private sexual photographs and films with intent to cause distress.
He was found guilty by a majority verdict of 10 jurors to two of voyeurism.
Stephen, who faces up to two years in prison, was due to be sentenced last week, but an application to adjourn the hearing until the beginning of March was made at a mention hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court.
Defence barrister Gemma Rose told the court professionals who have assessed Stephen so far were ‘unable to formally diagnose’ and that it would be ‘beneficial’ for a full test to be done, Essex Live reports.
She said: ‘The sentence should be adjourned for the wait to prepare this report. I realise the delay will cause stress and anxiety to all those involved in the proceedings, but it’s in my submission the court have all the evidence available before it.
‘The crown have cited Mr Bear’s behaviour at trial and I believe a psychiatric report will provide some context.’
Prosecuting barrister Jacqueline Carey KC said the crown did not oppose delaying the sentence and that Georgia would attend the hearing and read her own victim impact statement to the court.
Judge Christopher Morgan listed the case to be heard on Friday, March 3 at the same court.
He added: ‘The defendant must be made aware of the new sentencing date and if he doesn’t attend without good reason a warrant could be issued for his arrest.’
Revelation: Explaining how she met her ex man, Georgia told MailOnline: ‘We met, and as soon as I met him I just had a feeling that I’ve never felt with most people I’ve ever met’
Speaking out: Prosecuting barrister Jacqueline Carey KC said the crown did not oppose delaying the sentence and that Georgia would attend the hearing and read her own victim impact statement to the court
During the trial, Stephen would regularly arrive to court in a white Rolls Royce, dressed in a variety of gaudy suits and coats, flourishing a gold or silver cane, posing outside puffing on a huge cigar.
Following the conviction, Georgia described the last two years as ‘absolute hell’.
She added: ‘I hope me taking a stand gives other men and women who have fallen victim to revenge porn the courage to seek justice and most importantly show them that they have absolutely nothing to be ashamed of.
‘I have felt ashamed, hurt, violated, even broken at times but today I stand here feeling empowered, grateful and a huge sense of unity with all of those who have reached out to support me throughout this ordeal.’