Love Island's Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard have made their relationship official.
The pair finished this summer's series in fourth place behind winners Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea.
And after two months of dating outside of the villa, Maura and Curtis have revealed they're now officially coupled up.
In an interview with this week's OK! Magazine, Maura revealed how Curtis had asked her to be his girlfriend over a romantic dinner.
"He asked and I said yes obviously," she explained. "He took me away for a weekend break, and he asked me out over dinner in London the next day."
Curtis added: "I want something that's going to last forever. There's no point in rushing things. We've only known each other a short amount of time."
While Curtis says he has no plans to rush things, the pair have been tipped to get engaged by the end of the year.
During a recent appearance on This Morning, a matchmaker predicted that the couple could be making wedding plans within six months.
Bookies BoyleSports have since trimmed the odds from 16/1 into 13/2 that professional dancer Curtis will put a ring on his girlfriend’s wedding finger before the end of 2020.
Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Maura and Curtis have been making headlines ever since they entered the Love Island villa and now the pair have finally become a couple, to the delight of their fans.
"We are offering 13/2 from 16/1 that the pair get engaged by the end of 2020 after a matchmaker predicted wedding bells on ITV’s The Morning Show at the weekend.”
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