Love Island's Wes and Megan reveal they've found an flat to move into – two days after leaving the villa

The couple flew back to the UK on Tuesday after reaching the final of the ITV2 reality show and they're determined not to spend even a day apart – finding a home in just 48 hours.

Wes, 20, confirmed the news in a gushing post on Instagram on Wednesday and revealed his family fell in love with Megan, 24.

He said: "Today @meganbartonhanson_ came to my family home to meet the whole family and friends and it was safe to say they absolutely adore her!"

He added they're moving to Megan's hometown and said: "Next stop is Southend to meet Megan’s Family and Friends and have a little nosey at the apartment we’ll soon to moving into."

In the post, Wes held a box of decorated cupcakes that his family gave them as a cute reminder of their villa journey.

They announcement comes after Island champ Dani Dyer, 22, met Jack Fincham's mates.

The 26-year-old shared snaps of his welcome home party on Wednesday and shared a photo with the lads and his girl.

In a sweet post, Jack told his 2million Instagram fans: "Back with my mates and my beautiful girlfriend and was so proud to introduce her to them.

"So happy and overwhelmed, the support has been unreal these last couple of days in England and I can not explain how happy I am.

"I met a beautiful girlfriend in love island and fell in love, now to come back with so much positive support is a beautiful thing.

His emotional message continued: "I can’t put it into words I’m such a normal person and things like this don’t happen to people like me.

"I did not expect this and I am forever grateful thank you so much! Thank you!!!"

"Xx THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART"

He added in a video: "Right I'm back home, I'm back with the boys. Ahoy!"

It's not yet known if he's shown Dani the poster of her dad Danny Dyer on his bedroom wall.


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