Tommy & Molly-Mae were the only official couple in the Love Island final, finishing as runners up to Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea.
Now they're set to move in together and Tommy is already thinking about the next steps.
He told OK! Magazine in a new interview all about his proposal plans.
"When the time comes it will be very extravagant and I'd get her the nicest ring she wants," he said "Whatever Molly wants, she can have!"
And Tommy added: "I'm a Christian and a big believer in God; I thank God every day. It would be a big Church wedding."
He reflected: "It just feels mad at this age. I think a lot of relationships at 20 are immature but we feel like full-grown adults.
"I never expected to find someone at 20. I know we're young but we're so strong."
Tommy & Molly-Mae's interview and photoshoot in OK! Magazine is out now.
Meanwhile, Molly-Mae has spoken out about online trolling after leaving the villa.
Molly-Mae insisted she was "happy" and denied reports claiming she was in therapy.
In a chat on heat's Under The Duvet , Molly-Mae shared: "I'm coping with [the trolling] really well, I think there were rumours that came out about me being in therapy and stuff.
"I was sitting getting my make up done and saw the story, 'Molly-Mae in therapy', but I literally wasn't in therapy, I'm just happy, I was just sitting there having the best time."
Molly-Mae added: "You know that it's going to be a thing when you come out, not everyone is going to like you, I think for me in particular, I've got a lot of backlash but not for any real reason, if you think about it.
"People have been branding me as fake but I'm not, and people have seen that now so it's stopped."
Love Island airs on ITV2.
The series will return in January for its first ever winter season.