Love Island's Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt have revealed hopes to get their own TV show.
The pair, who made the final of this summer's ITV2 series, say they want to film a Ross Kemp-style documentary following Camilla's work in war zones.
Camilla's day job as a humanitarian ordinance disposal expert sees her working to clear mine fields and looking after refugees in war-torn countries.
"Nothing's set in stone," Camilla said, "I'd like to use the platform I have now to shed a bit of light on causes that are very important to me."
Jamie added: "I've spoken to Cam as I've always wanted to do the kind of work she does, so going on those kinds of trips would be amazing. My hope is to make Ross Kemp-style documentaries."
Jamie agreed: "That would be great!"
Meanwhile, the air admitted they were still not yet an official couple following the Love Island final.
"It's just being ourselves, having a real relationship and seeing where it goes," Camilla said. "The environment in there is intense and things can progress quickly, but we're three weeks in and enjoying it.
"If we live n the moment and enjoy it, it'll give us a much better chance for the future. The best is yet to come."
Talking after returning to the UK, Jamie went on to hit back at his ex after claims he 'broke her heart'.
"I don't want to go tit for tat but she knows what happened, I know what happened and my parents no what happened," he said. "She actually called it off a couple of weeks before the show.
"I think she probably got annoyed thinking I was planning going on the show the whole time, whereas I had two days notice."
Love Island airs on ITV2.
A fourth series has already been confirmed for next summer.