Emily Atack says she wants to MARRY Love Island's Dr Alex as she reveals she has finally found happiness on her own
She's made no secret she's a Love Island mega-fan with her spot on impressions of the contestants.
And Emily Atack has admitted her pick of the Love Islanders would be the lovelorn Dr Alex George, who she thinks she will 'probably end up marrying'.
The Inbetweeners star, 28, who played Charlotte Hinchcliffe in the hit TV series, told this week's OK! Magazine: 'I’d probably end up marrying Alex [George] because he’s husband material!'
Playing favourites: Emily Atack has admitted that her pick of the Love Islanders would be the lovelorn Dr Alex George, who she will 'probably end up marrying'
Emily previously went viral on Twitter after posting her impersonations of the Love Island cast in a post which was retweeted 11,000 times.
But despite picking the doctor as her top choice, Emily divulged that she's currently spending time with a special someone, while knuckling down with work projects and finally finding happiness on her own.
‘I’ve really found a happiness on my own. There is someone I like who I’m spending time with, but I’m fully focusing on work.
'It’s the only time I’ve ever been able to do that because I’m not exclusive with anyone. I’m getting to know myself a lot and I quite like myself.'
Unlucky in love: Dr Alex has struggled to meet the girl for him while in the Love Island villa, but was dubbed 'marriage material' by Emily
Happy on her own: But despite picking the doctor as her top choice, Emily divulged that she's enjoying being single while it lasts
The star also explained that she had been forced to toughen up due to the pressure put on actors to look a certain way to win top roles, but says she enjoys eating with her friends too much to do that.
‘You really have to develop a thick skin. In this industry there’s a massive pressure to be a certain weight.
'I’ve been told I’d get so much more work if I was smaller, but going out for dinner and drinks with my friends is more important to me than size.
'I’m just a regular size and I’d love to see more women like that cast in lead roles.’
Social butterfly: The star also explained that she had been forced to toughen up due to the pressure put on actors to look a certain way to win top roles
Read the full interview with Emily Atack in this week's OK! magazine, on sale now
Despite saying she loved working with her Inbetweeners castmates, Emily said there were no plans that she was aware of to create a new film.
Now the actress is starring in new movie Lies We Tell, a British thriller which tells the story of a man compelled to destroy evidence of his employer's infidelities.
Prior to this latest big-screen role and since the Inbetweeners Emily has starred as Daphne in the remake film of Dad's Army.
She also courted attention in a raunchy nude scene in the Hollywood drama Lost In Florence, as well as playing an extra in Tracey Ullman's impressions programme.
Read the full interview with Emily Atack in this week's OK! magazine, on sale now.
No plans: Despite saying that she loved working with her Inbetweeners castmates, Emily said there were no plans that she was aware of to create a new film
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