‘Love Island’ stars Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman have moved into their first flat together.
The couple met on the ITV2 show’s first-ever winter series earlier this year, and their romance has reached new heights after they moved into a south west London apartment.
Siannise, 25, wrote on Instagram: "We did it! Today myself & @luketroytrotman moved into our apartment and we love it. I feel so overwhelmed, this is something I have always wanted and it reminds me of how far we have both come. I’m excited for our next chapter in London and going on lots of adventures with my best friend, I love you (sic)"
Luke, 22, wrote: "Finally moved in with my big batty gal (sic)"
The pair went for an evening walk around their new area to check out their surroundings.
Siannise said: "I can’t believe we now have our own place, it’s perfect. Evening walk with my love."
They celebrated the move by eating pizzas, and Luke put on some roller skates to whizz around the kitchen.
In February, the couple said they were planning to move to Windsor – because it is between their hometowns of Luton and Bristol.
Luke said: "We know we can live with each other now because we’ve been together 24/7 for a month and we’re not sick of each other."
Siannise added: "I don’t think I could ever get sick of him. I could be in a room sat in silence with him and I’d still feel happy and content, just to be in his company."
Luke continued: "I’m from Luton and Siannise is from Bristol. We’re thinking we’ll move to wherever is in the middle. We think the middle is in Windsor."
The lovebirds also admitted they had been thinking about their wedding day, and the semi-pro footballer is willing to break tradition and take his girlfriend’s surname.
He explained: "I look up to my parents’ marriage, that’s what I’ve always wanted. They are still madly in love, best friends and I just knew that’s the route I want to go.
"If you have a family and you can support them, what else do you really want in life?
"I think it’s a nice surname, Trotman-Fudge. Or I would change to Fudge."