From different backgrounds in Northern Ireland – Connor went to the Abbey Grammar School in Newry, while Holly went to Regent House in Newtownards – together the couple are also big supporters of integrated education.
“We’re both really passionate about it,” says Holly. “Just us being together really highlights the whole issue because of the different experiences we had, and coming to England made it even clearer.
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