LOVE Island fans reacted with delight after Jessie Wynter suggested she was moving in with Will Young by calling the UK “home”.
The Aussie bombshell and her farmer boyfriend have set tongues wagging after she failed to return to Oz after leaving the ITV2 show.
Love Island’s Will Young and Jessie Wynter drove fans wild with their latest photo together on Instagram
Instead, Will has been introducing her to the other loves in his life – his adorable sheep.
Last night he shared a picture of Jessie feeding a lamb and asked fans who was “cuter”.
And the couple, who were eliminated on the penultimate episode of Love Island seem more loved-up than ever.
Last night, Jessie and Will posed together in a taxi and she held her Australian passport for the camera.
She shared the snap alongside a similar photo with her passport that was taken before she entered the Love Island villa.
Jessie wrote alongside the snaps: “Coming home from Love Island vs the day I left to go on Love Island.”
Picking up on her turn of phrase, one fan said: “Coming home YES EXACTLY.”
Another repeated her words alongside a smiley face and said: “Coming home.”
However, others understood the post as they could be heading off to Australia together.
One fan asked: “Are you both going to Australia?”
Another said: “Is will going to go to Australia with you since you have come to England to his farm??”
The couple only arrived back in the UK on Monday.
And Jessie and Will wasted no time in seeing the sights, heading to Buckingham Palace together on their touristy trip of the capital before heading to Will’s farm.
Sharing their first 48 hours back home on Instagram, Will celebrated his time on Love Island, and his new girlfriend, in a sweet post shared with Jessie.
“To the Villa, to London, to the FARM,” he wrote. “What a crazy, wonderful and life-lasting journey this has been.
“We made friends for life, met each other and more importantly have fallen in love.
“We are so happy that we got this opportunity as without it we may have never met.
“We just want to thank all of you for the love and support we have gotten, we really couldn’t have done it without you. Love you all Will & Jessie.”
The pair were the final couple to be dumped from the villa after being voted by the other islanders as “least compatible”.
Now back to reality, the pair will continue filming their first week home as part of a special one-off show that will air next week.
Having narrowly missed out on the finale, Will and Jessie are now looking forward to a future together.
Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan were crowned the winter 2023 winners, taking home £50,000 after beating Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall at the final hurdle.
Tom Clare and Samie Elishi came in third place, with Shaq Muhammad and Tanya Manhenga coming in fourth.
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