When Rykard Jenkins ran down the Love Island beach to chase after his partner Rachel Fenton, it was probably the cutest thing we’ve ever seen.
The smitten star dramatically declared: ‘I’m not f***** around her, if you’ve got a girl you can’t let her go, so I am out,’ and our hearts melted. Aww.
But since leaving all the villa drama behind, it seems like the loved-up pair have gone from strength to strength and have now moved in together.
Rachel took to Instagram to announce the exciting news, posting a photo with champagne glasses next to the caption: ‘So myself and Mr Jenkins have officially moved in together!
‘Our new place couldn’t be more perfect – I’ve never been happier.’
Rachel followed the post up with another picture of her topless boyfriend in their new home, adding the caption: ‘Feeling like I’ve won the lottery.’
Seriously guys, what are you doing to us?!
And excited fans were quick to show their support, as one commented: ‘Congrats you two I love you both.’
Another added: ‘This is the cutest.’
We totally agree.
The pair fell for each other on the ITV2 show when Rachel entered the villa as a newcomer, but was then voted off of the Island.
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Refusing to let his partner leave without him, Rykard then dramatically walked from the show to pursue his relationship with the 23-year-old nurse.
Speaking after his shock departure, Rykard told the Daily Mail: ‘I decided to leave the villa because at that moment I was developing a really nice relationship with Rachel and watching her walk away, I knew I had the power to stay or go.
‘No one was holding me to staying in the competition, so I decided I wanted to go after Rachel as that is who I wanted to be with. I didn’t want to meet anyone new and I wasn’t there for the prize money.
‘I didn’t anticipate Rachel leaving in advance but when it came to it I had made up my mind – if Rachel left the villa, I was going as well.’
It’s great to see the couple are still going strong and we wish them all the luck in their new home.
By Naomi Bartram