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Tasha Ghouri planning Love Island tattoo ‘to represent how she met’ boyfriend Andrew Le Page

The couple finished in fourth place (Picture: ITV)

Love Island’s Tasha Ghouri is planning to get a special tattoo to ‘represent’ the first time she met her boyfriend Andrew Le Page.

The 23-year-old dancer, and the real estate agent, 27, narrowly missed out on the £50,000 prize during Monday night’s final which saw Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti crowned season eight winners.

As the couple prepare to make their way back to the UK today, Tasha and Andrew detailed what’s next for them in the real world.

First up, finding a London flat.

‘We’ve taken the plaque of our names from our beds so we might add that somewhere,’ Andrew said.

‘I definitely want a neon sign that says “Good Vibes,”‘ Tasha added.

Fans were enamoured with their journey near the end after a bumpy ride (Picture: ITV)
The stars will be making their way home later today (Picture: ITV)

‘I even want a Love Island tattoo on my finger, to represent how I met Andrew. We’ve said we want the decor to be modern vibes.’

Let’s hope the ink won’t highlight any beauty salon references!

After Andrew showcased his unique pitching talents during this year’s Love Island 2022 talent show, he also shared that he’s looking forward to planning his future home with Tasha.

‘Me being in real estate and my parents being in property, I’ll have to have a say, but we’ll do it together,’ he said.

Davide and Ekin-Su were crowned our winners (Picture: ITV)

‘Ultimately if she’s happy I’m happy.’

Tasha added: ‘It needs to have a hot tub! One day, in the future, we want to build our own house. This is obviously looking years into the future.’

Following their glorious win, ITV revealed that Ekin-Su and Davide gained 63.69% of the public vote.

In comparison, runners-up Gemma Owen and Luca Bish scored 14.47% of the final vote.

Meanwhile, Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope, who came third, received 11.77% of the vote, while Tasha and Andrew received 10.07%. of the vote.

Love Island is available to stream in full on ITV Hub.


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