Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are still planning to move in together.
The "Love Island" runners-up - who became official boyfriend and girlfriend while in the villa - haven't been able to see each other for a "while" because they've both been busy with work but they're still hoping to find a flat together in the near future.
Speaking on Hits Radio Breakfast with Fleur East, Greg and James, Molly said: "Loads of exciting stuff happening for Tommy and I together and separately, like plans to maybe move in together, I've got fashion plans, big clothing things coming out."
Although time has been limited over the last two weeks, Molly and Tommy have managed to go on a double date with Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard.
She explained: "Tommy and I went on a double date with Maura and Curtis which was really sweet. I think everyone's just so busy at the moment like couples even struggling to see each other. I know Maura and Curtis have been apart for a while. Me and Tommy were apart for a while, so you know, if I'm not even seeing my boyfriend, it's unrealistic that you can try and like meet up with everyone, but I know that when things start to calm down, we'll probably all start trying to meet up and do things together, because I did make some really good friends in there."
And, although they missed out on the £50,000, Molly and Tommy, both 20, feel like they won anyway because they found each other, which they weren't expecting.
The social media influencer said: "When Tommy and I came second, we walked off stage together and it sounds a bit cringey but we just looked at each other and we were just like we don't care. It was a really lovely moment.
"I just looked at him and I just literally felt like I'd already won anyway. I didn't need to win Love Island to win, because I already found him and that was the prize. I know that sounds dead cringey, but it's the truth. I think we always say like we did win in our own way. I never, ever expected to go in there and meet him."
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