Love Island’s Chloe and Toby are already planning a wedding (Picture: ITV)
Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran are planning to get married in the Love Island villa, and we absolutely need this to happen.
The couple, who were beaten to the £50,000 prize by Millie Court and Liam Reardon, have had a rollercoaster time of it in the dating show.
Despite the amount of times the footballer’s head was turned in Majorca, they are hoping to say their vows in their temporary home – even though they’re not engaged yet.
Side note: That’s one wedding day we demand an invite to.
Spilling the beans on a possible ceremony, Chloe was asked if they will be having nods to their time on the series, and confessed: ‘It’s going to be at the Love Island Villa I think!’
We can imagine it now, vows on the terrace as guests – and fellow Islanders – look up from their beanbags and bunny seats below, with a reception by the fire pit afterwards…
In fact, Chloby want their big day to happen in the Love Island villa (Picture: ITV)
With a lovely romantic honeymoon in the hideaway, perhaps?
The star also revealed that she wants her beau to propose ‘imminently’, but won’t be the one getting down on one knee.
‘I wanna be married in the future, yeah definitely,’ Toby agreed, while joking: ‘She’s going to have to pop the question if she wants to pop it and then see if she’s gonna get the right answer or what…’
There is no denying that Toby was a stand-out star of this year’s competition, with his head constantly spinning in every direction.
Toby’s head turned several times during his stint in the Love Island villa (Picture: ITV)
He started out the series coupled up with Kaz Kamwi, before setting his sights on Chloe.
However, their romance came to a brief end when Abigail Rawlings walked through the villa, and stalled once again when he went to Casa Amor and fell for Mary Bedford.
It was at this point we honestly couldn’t keep up.
But Toby had one more bout of whiplash planned for viewers as he then confessed that he still had feelings for Chloe, who then confirmed that she felt the same way.
Discussing his memorable antics, he added: ‘Well, throughout the whole journey I was true to myself and the next step in being true to myself at that point in time was saying that Chloe was the one and telling Abi and Mary and then, just try and recover what we had before.
‘And luckily it worked!’
Now for that wedding…
Love Island is available to stream on ITVHub now.
Credit: Original article published here.