Love Island 2016 winners Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde are moving in and planning to have kids.
The couple won £50,000 on the ITV2 series this summer but their relationship has few signs of a showmance.
This week the pair revealed they've moved in together and say they feel as though they will be with one another forever.
Cara said: "If we met in normal circumstances, I would think moving in after three months would be a bit soon, but when you’re on that show, a day is like a week. We had six-and-a-half weeks together, 24 hours a day, no time apart – so I feel like I’ve been with Nath for about a year."
She told the Daily Star newspaper: “It was Nathan’s idea for me to move to Essex and for us to get a place together. It’s been a different way of starting a relationship but now we have the time to get to know each other properly. "
And Cara added: "And we both think we’ll be together forever, and have the whole marriage and kids thing.”
Meanwhile, Nathan declared: "We're with each other and that's it, nothing will break us up."
However one of final couples hasn't lasted outside the villa.
Although it is perhaps no surprise to learn that Katie Salmon and Adam Maxted, who finished fourth in the latest series, are over.
Adam tweeted earlier in the summer to tell his followers in a now deleted post that he was "100 percent single”.
He added (via The Sun): “It’s like when you’re eating a kebab after a night out & the first few bites taste good but then u realise that it really isn’t nice at all!”
Katie then hit back with her own metaphor: “It’s like getting socks at Christmas. Practical but no fun.”
It's already been confirmed that Love Island will return to ITV2 for a third series next year.