Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page have taken their relationship to the next level by moving into the couple’s first home together in London on Tuesday.
However Andrew, 27, took to his Instagram account to reveal to fans that he has done all the heavy lifting during the move.
The Love Island star told fans he is ‘buzzing’ despite being left to move alone while his girlfriend went to get her hair done.
Andrew said: ‘Today is moving day, buzzing. But guess what… I’m doing it all by myself because Tasha’s decided to go get her hair done.
‘Baffling. A day where we need to be together to do this. But, shock, she is getting her hair done. Anyway, this is a mess at the moment. But today is moving day.’
The ITV2 star gave fans a quick glimpse of the new home as he showed off box’s he had yet to unpack.
He added: ‘Alright people, we’ve officially moved in – even though I’ve done all the work.’
Andrew later filmed a clip with Tasha in the car as the pair went out to celebrate her new shoe launch and moving in together.
The Love Island finalists wasted no time in finding their ‘dream’ two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in London, with Tasha, 24, describing the commitment as a ‘fresh start.’
The couple first shared their moving news in an exclusive interview with MailOnline, where Tasha also admitted they have already discussed getting married.
She also revealed that taking part in the dating show’s ‘baby challenge’ proved to her that she would like to have children one day – after previously believing they weren’t in her future.
Tasha said: ‘Andrew and I are officially moving in together and it’s our dream home. It’s in east London and we are moving in two weeks.
‘I am so excited because so far Andrew has been living with me in my flat with my best friend and now it’s the perfect time to have a fresh start, just me and Andrew together, to be able to go home and it’s just the two of us… I’m really excited.
‘We have lots of space in our new flat. It’s a two bedroom flat with two bathrooms, it has a nice balcony, it’s modern, a new build.
‘I’ve started shopping, getting fresh bedding, candles, I want to put pictures on the walls and things like that – I can’t wait.’
Tasha reflects on her time in the Love Island villa as being a ‘mixed experience’ but says meeting boyfriend Andrew made her ‘rollercoaster journey’ worthwhile.
After already teasing fans with a potential engagement that could happen within the year, Tasha explained she’s always dreamed of marrying at a young age and is guilty of getting ‘carried away’ imagining the moment Andrew proposes.
However, she didn’t always see children in her future, confessing that it was Love Island’s famous baby challenge and growing attached to the couple’s son Leo that proved to her she could one day become a mum.
She said: ‘I told Andrew it’s up to you if you want to propose. It’s in his hands.
‘The reason why we’re thinking like that is because we’re both so excited and we’re enjoying our time together. It’s the kind of love that you just want to do it, it gets me excited if I talk about it. I get way ahead of myself but it’s up to Andrew isn’t it?
‘Even before Love Island I always wanted to get engaged and married young, which has always been my dream.
‘Having kids hasn’t been in my head, nothing personal against children but I didn’t see it in my plans.
‘But when I met Andrew and we had the baby challenge I could start to envisage it, but I said to him that would be many, many, many, years down the line.
‘I remember waking up to the baby challenge and thinking ‘this is my worst nightmare’ but throughout the day I started getting attached to Leo, the baby, and I was like ‘what’s going on?’
The professional dancer became Love Island’s first deaf contestant this year and spoke on the show about having a cochlear implant, which is an electronic device, fitted when she was five-years-old.
After finding herself in the bottom three on multiple occasions Tasha broke down in tears – an emotional moment made worse by her former co-star Luca Bish who claimed she only cried because she wanted to win the series.
Tasha has explained that the real reason she broke down was because she felt like a failure in her mission to inspire people and raise awareness for the deaf community.
She said: ‘In the villa, I couldn’t have my own voice. I get emotional because having the cochlear implant is such a draining thing to have, it’s not an instant fix, and when I was in the bottom three, I felt like I wasn’t doing my job in inspiring people out there, which is why I got so emotional.
‘It wasn’t because I wanted to win or anything like that. I just felt like I wasn’t doing what I wanted to do, which was to inspire people and show them that you can do this.
‘Coming out of the villa I had a conversation with my dad and he warned me certain things that had been said, I didn’t experience any death threats but it was about the way that I speak, my cochlear implant, but if anything it gives me that fire and motivation.
‘If anything I am thankful for the negativity because they’re giving me that energy to use my voice even more. I won’t ever stop talking or raising awareness.’
Tasha revealed to her 1.4million fan base that she’s moving in with Andrew on Tuesday evening via a video posted to Instagram.
However, she didn’t speak in the clip and used British Sign Language to communicate the message and will follow up on Wednesday with a video that includes subtitles.
Working together with Cadbury Fingers and the National Deaf Children’s Society as part of the Sign with Fingers Big and Small campaign, Tasha wanted to demonstrate the difficulties that a deaf person can go through daily, especially when they aren’t included in conversations.
She also wants to encourage more people to learn British Sign Language so that the deaf community feels included in everyday life.
She explained: ‘Cadbury Fingers have partnered with the National Deaf Children’s Society to launch the Sign with Fingers campaign, which is about raising awareness for deafness and to increase many more opportunities for deaf and hearing people to come together and to learn to be who we are.
‘It’s all about showing that a little bit of BSL (British Sign Language) does go a long way.
‘Even before I got my implant, I was fluent in BSL, and I know exactly what it’s like to miss out on conversations.
‘Nowadays I still miss out on conversations… 39 per cent of hearing people do want to learn BSL but they don’t know where to start and they haven’t got the tools, so the campaign is bringing that to light and it’s amazing that Cadbury is doing this.’
She continued: ‘I am really passionate about this and even before going into the villa I tried to raise as much awareness as possible but now I have a platform, which I can use for the greater good.
‘The fact that I’m doing this now – I get emotional because it’s not spoken about enough, it’s overlooked, I did not expect to be working with Cadbury.’