Love might be in the air for Mario Falcone and Becky Miesner, but it appears that there is no love lost between the former TOWIE man and his former co-stars.
The loved-up couple have had the shelve their wedding plans yet again because of Covid-19 and now won’t tie the knot until 2022.
And when they do, there won’t be any TOWIE stars there to witness the event.
Mario, 33, revealed to OK! Magazine that none of the reality TV programme’s cast had made the cut for his big day.
He admitted that there’ll only be one celebrity present.
He said: “It’s very close friends and family. The only celebrity coming isVicky Pattison.
“I’ve always remained really good friends with her – myself, Becky and Parker all love her and Ercan. They’re like family to me.”
Of course, other famous faces will be in attendance with one of Mario’s two sisters being I’m A Celeb… winner Giovanna Fletcher.
McFly’s Tom Fletcher is also set to be one of the former TOWIE man’s best men.
“Of course, Giovanna and Tom will also be there but they’re not celebs to me,” Mario confessed. “Although Gi is queen of the castle now!
While the ceremony will be without TOWIE stars, Mario insists he’s not fell out with his former co-stars.
He revealed that he plans on having a big English party when they return from getting married and will invite those he has kept in contact with since his departure from the show.
He said he still speaks to Pete Wickes, Lockie, Ferne McCann, Danni Armstrong and Tommy Mallet.
The dad-of-one went on to say he knows a lot of couples are in the same boat as the couple when it comes to rearranging their big day.
“It is sad as I’ve been wanting to give Becky her dream day for the last three years,” Mario said.
“The first time it got cancelled it was because of Parker, so something far better came along, and now twice because of Covid. So it will be fourth time lucky next summer.
“But we know we’re lucky – we have our health, Parker and each other. It’s not like the day is never going to happen.”
The couple originally booked to get married abroad and decided to wait for the green light.
But as no one in their party had flights booked they decided to postpone the event.
Mario admitted the wedding abroad idea was “too stressful” and also the added expense of PCR tests was something he couldn’t ask his friends and family to pay for.
And with the wedding not happening until next year, Mario admits they might have another guest attending if they have it their way.
“We’re definitely open to giving Parker a little brother or sister now we know the wedding is next year,” he said.
He admitted though that he’s “not a performing monkey” and the couple won’t be putting too much pressure on making sure they conceive.