Chris Hughes gushed about girlfriend Olivia Attwood [Chris Hughes/Instagram]
Love Island star Chris Hughes took to Instagram to share an emotional post gushing about his girlfriend Olivia Attwood, saying he “couldn’t be happier”.
The TV star, 24, shared two photos from the ITV2 show, one of the loved-up couple kissing and another of Olivia, 26, with her arms wrapped around her beau.
“My freckled princess, and my reason to smile each day,” Chris wrote.
Chris Hughes took to Instagram to share an emotional post about Olivia Attwood [ITV/Chris Hughes/Instagram ]
“Life couldn’t be better right now. Be patient with life, things will always work out.”
Olivia left fans convinced herself and Chris had called time on their romance, weeks after leaving the Love Island villa.
The 26 year old was spotted looking cosy with her ex boyfriend on a night out – but remained adamant nothing had happened between the pair.
Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood faced split rumours last week [Instagram]
Chris Hughes revealed him and Olivia Attwood are having relationship troubles [Chris Hughes/Twitter]
In a message posted on her Twitter page, she told her 252k followers: “Just for the record. Chris and I were together Saturday night. So everyone can just relax.
“Those of you forever back me.. It. Is. Noted. And the rest of you.. I’m sure there will be another witch hunt you can join soon.”
She later added: “Make no mistake. I know what I have. Chris is everything people think he is and so much more. He puts up with this wild child like a hero x.”
Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood have been inseparable since leaving the ITV2 villa [Twitter]
Chris also addressed the situation, and quashed split rumours but suggested problems in his romance with Olivia.
Sharing a quote with his 372k followers, which he simply captioned “Life”, Chris implied they are working through problems in their relationship.
The quote reads: “You can’t just give up on someone because the situation’s not ideal. Great relationships aren’t great because they have no problems.
“They’re great because both people care enough about the other person to find a way to make it work.”