The couple made the final of the ITV2 series but couldn't quite win the show last month.
Unlike their co-stars who have been all over the place cashing in on their fame, Camilla and Jamie have kept themselves out of the spotlight.
They recently spent time in a refugee camp in Greece and have barely been apart since Love Island ended.
In a new interview with The Sun, Jamie opened up and candidly confessed how Camilla had helped him in his secret battle with depression.
“I had a decent life before going on Love Island," Jamie recalled. “I lived a flash life being a model but coming from that I was very depressed. I wasn’t at all happy.
“I know being with Camilla and working on projects like this make me smile and that’s what I’m doing at the moment.
"We haven’t left each other’s side since we left the villa. We’ve only had three days apart since the end of the show."
Discussing the pair's work together in Greece, Jamie went on: "It has come out that I have just followed Camilla’s lead but that isn’t the case.
"I didn’t have the contacts for it and I can thank her for that one but it is something I have wanted to do for a long time.
“Meeting Camilla gave me the chance to make my plans a reality."
While Jamie and Camilla seem totally loved up, the pair have still yet to make their relationship official.
“I definitely want Camilla to be my girlfriend by the end of the year. I am 100 per cent committed to her," Jamie said. “We’ve already planned future trips for this year too.”
Love island will return in the summer of 2018 on ITV2 for a fourth series.
You can apply now at ITV.com/LoveIsland.