The show, which is presented by Davina McCall, follows a group of middle-aged parents head to a romantic retreat as they look for love later in life but unbeknownst to them, they are being overseen by their adult children.
Fans of the show are now speculating that two of the children – Zach and Mazey – have become a couple after they were pictured together.
The cast remained silent for a beat before Willoughby erupted in shock at the possibility, and Mazey and Georgie began giggling while Paul vaguely said: "They all get on very well."
Willoughby joked that she "think[s] we all know" the answer to the question because of the cast's reluctance to speak on the matter.
There is also evidence on social media of the younger cast members growing close away from the cameras as several of them have posted photos of them all together.
There have also been pictures of Zach and Mazey cuddling on social media leading to fans of the show posting numerous comments.
One fan commented: “Is it just me or would mazey and zach make a good couple?!!!! We need a 'kids' version of this!!!”
My Mum, Your Dad has received mostly positive reviews since it began airing earlier this month. The Guardian praised the realism of the show and said: "The difference between My Mum, Your Dad and Love Island – indeed, between it and almost all other reality shows – is that it is fundamentally kind.
"The people are fundamentally decent – or at least they seem to be so far, which is more than you can say of most reality shows. It feels more like balm than a harrowing of the soul in pursuit of social media buzz and other low-denomination rewards."
The Independent also said: "That the contestants have been around the block, and have variously navigated heartbreak, single parenthood, divorce and bereavement, lends an emotional heft that a dating show featuring a cast of twentysomethings couldn’t hope to attain."
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