MANCHESTER United captain Harry Maguire’s sister has struck up a romance with Love Island’s Brad McClelland.
Daisy Maguire, who works as a talent assistant at Soccer Aid Productions, started dating the reality star over the summer.
Insiders said Daisy and Brad, who appeared on Love Island last summer, were smitten.
A pal said: “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.”
Daisy and Brad are currently on holiday in Milan.
Last night she shared a photograph of herself cuddling up to the former labourer on her Instagram stories.
Brad, who comes from Northumberland, signed up to the ITV2 show last summer and was coupled up with Lucinda Strafford.
He was dumped from the villa on day 16.
Earlier this year Brad was forced to apologise to his fellow islander Rachel Finni after he appeared to insult her on an Instagram live video with their co-stars Aaron Francis, Jake Cornish and Tyler Cruickshank.
In the live stream Brad seemed to poke fun at Rachel, who he dated for a short time at the start of the show.
He wrote: “I want to apologise to Rachel and others for any feelings that were hurt during our Instagram Live the other night. I’ve watched the video back and I can see how this was perceived.
“This upon reflection was not not the way to behave and 100% not my intention to hurt or upset her and those who know me, know I’m not that type of person.”
He ended the statement: “I have since reached out to Rachel personally and apologised for any hurt that I caused. From the bottom of my heart I am really, really sorry.”
Daisy was the victim of an alleged “date rape” attack in Mykonos, Greece, back in August 2020 when she was on a night out with Harry and a group of their friends.
Harry’s wife Fern Hawkins realised something was wrong and a family friend told The Sun at the time how they believed Daisy had been injected with a substance by two men.
The incident led to a brawl where Harry was later found guilty of assault, resisting arrest and bribery alongside brother Joe and pal Chris Sharman.
He appealed the conviction and said in a statement at the time: “Following the hearing, I have instructed my legal team with immediate effect to inform the courts we will be appealing.
“I remain strong and confident regarding our innocence in this matter – if anything myself, family and friends are the victims.”