"Love Island"'s Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page are Moving Into "Dream Home" Together

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LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 10:  Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page seen on a night out at MNKY HSE in Mayfair on August 10, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Ricky Vigil M/GC Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 10: Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page seen on a night out at MNKY HSE in Mayfair on August 10, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Ricky Vigil M/GC Images)

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After coming fourth on the latest season of "Love Island", Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page are taking their relationship a step further and moving in together. Speaking to The Daily Mail , Ghouri reveals: "Andrew and I are officially moving in together and it's our dream home. It's in east London and we are moving in two weeks. I am so excited because so far Andrew has been living with me in my flat with my best friend and now it's the perfect time to have a fresh start, just me and Andrew together, to be able to go home and it's just the two of us… I'm really excited."

Ghouri, 23, and Le Page, 27, made it official whilst in the Mallorcan villa in July, with Ghouri enlisting the help of fellow Islanders to ask Le Page to be her boyfriend in a cute treasure hunt. Since the show ended, the couple's relationship, though rocky in the villa, has gone from strength to strength with them even getting permanent matching tattoos. The pair have been living separately, with Le Page splitting his time between Guernsey and Dubai, and Ghouri, who is originally from Yorkshire, residing in the capital, but now they have taken the leap and made things serious by sharing a home. "We have lots of space in our new flat. It's a two bedroom flat with two bathrooms, it has a nice balcony, it's modern, a new build," Ghouri explains. "I've started shopping, getting fresh bedding, candles, I want to put pictures on the walls and things like that – I can't wait."

They follow "Love Island" 2022 winners, Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti, who have also revealed they are moving in together. Plus, the show's runners up Gemma Owen and Luca Bish became girlfriend and boyfriend and shared the flashy milestone celebration on Instagram, so it seems this class of Islanders are not messing around.

Looking further into the future, marriage might even be on the cards for the loved-up pair. "I told Andrew it's up to you if you want to propose. It's in his hands," she says. "The reason why we're thinking like that is because we're both so excited and we're enjoying our time together. It's the kind of love that you just want to do it, it gets me excited if I talk about it. I get way ahead of myself but it's up to Andrew isn't it?"

The model and dancer explained that prior to coupling up with Le Page, she hadn't really thought about having children of her own. But, when the couple were forced to look after fake baby Leo during "Love Island"'s iconic Baby Challenge, Ghouri started to change her mind. "Having kids hasn't been in my head, nothing personal against children but I didn't see it in my plans," she says. "But when I met Andrew and we had the baby challenge I could start to envisage it, but I said to him that would be many, many, many, years down the line. I remember waking up to the baby challenge and thinking 'this is my worst nightmare' but throughout the day I started getting attached to Leo, the baby, and I was like 'what's going on?'"

As well as the big move, the reality TV couple are enjoying their time in the limelight. Ghouri was named the first ever eBay pre-loved ambassador in August, and now she has partnered up with Cadbury Fingers and the National Deaf Children's Society to encourage more people to learn British Sign Language. Le Page, who worked as a real estate agent in Dubai before joining the ITV2 show, has been bouncing from event to event. Happy new home, guys!