LOVE Island winners Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan have arrived back in the UK with their fellow finalists.
The loved-up pair, who won the hearts of the nation and bagged £50,000 on Monday’s final, looked happier than ever after their 12 hour long-haul flight.
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The couple were gobsmacked as they won a whopping £50,000Rex
The duo were joined by Islanders Ron Hall and Lana Jenkins, Tanya Manhenga and Shaq Muhammad and Samie Elishi and Tom Clare.
Winners Kai and Sanam looked in good spirits as they were reunited with their loved ones on Wednesday night.
Their family and friends surrounded them, holding banners and posters to celebrate their return.
The pair looked cosy as they warmly embraced each other while speaking to their followers.
Sharing a video from the airport, Kai said: “Thank you so much for voting for us, I’m absolutely buzzing, it’s unreal to be back.”
Sanam beamed and said: “We love you all.”
In another clip, Kai could be seen laughing and joking around around with Ron.
Earlier this week, Kai and Sanam revealed what they plan to spend their prize money on.
The couple, who won the show by a landslide, are going to treat themselves to a holiday before investing it and giving some to Sanam’s mum.
Speaking about their intentions, shortly after winning, on The Morning After podcast, Kai revealed: “We have about a thousand dates planned. We said we want to go to the Amalfi coast and Santorini. I feel like they are more holidays than dates.
“Maybe invest a little bit.”
Sanam continued: “I am going to be soppy but I am going to give my mum some of course because it’s just me and mum so I have got to support her aswell.
“I was literally on the phone going ‘Mum you are getting some, I don’t care what Kai says you are getting some’ and the rest we will spend on ourselves, invest and build something with it.”
She continued: “We have actually spoken about – we come from jobs where we both work with children and I actually want to be able to do something for those children.
“I don’t know what it is because I am not very business minded but that is something I want to do and we want to pursue with that.”
Before going on Love Island Sanam was a social worker, while Kai was a teacher.
ITV shared the voting breakdown for last night’s four final couples, and it was far from a close contest.
In total 800,000 votes were cast with Sanam and Kai receiving 44 per cent (343,241), Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall (235,996) came second with 30 per cent, Tom Clare and Sami Elishi finished third with 24 per cent (185,572) and Shaq Muhammed and Tanya Manhenga were a distant fourth with just two per cent (19,753).