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Love Island winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon move into ‘£1million’ new home after months in long-distance relationship

Millie and Liam have moved into a lush new pad (Picture: ITV)

Love Island stars Millie Court and Liam Reardon have shared photos from inside their new home – after reportedly splashing out £1million on the lovenest.

Millie, 24, and Liam, 22, have been together since winning 2021’s Love Island and shared the £50,000 cash prize – money which likely helped pay for their new home.

The pair have been in a long-distance relationship since leaving the villa, with Liam in Wales and Millie in Essex.

Now however, Liam has left his native Wales for England and has moved to Millie’s hometown.

Bricklayer Liam and Millie, who recently signed a deal with fashion brand ASOS, celebrated finding their perfect home with a bottle of champagne, with Millie sharing sweet snaps of the couple on Instagram.

Posting this morning, Millie – wearing Justin Bieber’s clothing label Drew, posed with beau Liam and a glass of champagne alongside the caption: ‘Starting a new chapter.’

Other images see the star lounging by the window with the couple’s estimated 20-acre gardens visible outside, and a boomerang of Liam popping the champagne bottle while Millie swings off his arm.

A delighted Millie languishes in her new home with boyfriend Liam (PIcture: Millie Court Instagram)

Fellow 2021 Love Island contestants Liberty Poole, Aaron Simpson, Georgia Townend, Mary Bedford, Teddy Soares and Chloe Burrow, each congratulated the couple on the happy news.

The loved-up couple seemingly spent £1million on the converted Elizabethan mansion, according to The Daily Mail.

Their three storey apartment is set in a historic Grade 1 listed building, with panoramic views of the countryside, three living rooms and four bedrooms – each with an ensuite.

Millie and Liam’s master bedroom boasts an en-suite with it’s own bath, shower and even a sauna.

The pair met on Love Island (PIcture: Matt Frost/ITV)

Liam, writing on Instagram stories, said it was ‘the best feeling getting the keys to our new place’.

‘It’s been so hard packing up and leavin my family and friends [in Wales] but I’m now on to the new chapter with my girl and couldn’t be happier.

‘Time to turn a house into a home.’

This year, over 3million viewers tuned into the Love Island final which saw Liam and Millie – or Milliam, as they were shipped – crowned winners.

They beat runners-up Chloe and Toby Aromolaran to the crown, but while the runners-up didn’t get their hands on the cash prize, they are still happily loved-up.


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