PAIGE Turley and Finn Tapp have been teasing fans with a sneak peek of their brand new Manchester apartment with a massive dressing room and views over the city.
The Love Island winners said they’re planning to release a tour of their first home together on YouTube, but couldn’t resist sharing a few snaps from inside.
The pair moved in with each other in June after three months living with Paige’s parents in lockdown.
Now they’ve swapped Scotland for Manchester with a very stylish apartment after finding love on the first Winter series in January.
The apartment has three bedrooms and three bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and an incredible walk-in wardrobe.
Finn has showed fans his favourite parts of the house, including a shelf to maintain his handsome beard.
In other pictures, he’s seen posing in a flat cap at the plush dining room with velvet chairs and stylish see-through curtains.
The couple have kept their kitchen classic, with grey cupboards and a white breakfast bar.
Meanwhile the dressing room looks kitted out with all the couple’s clothes, shoes and bags – keeping it organised for their upcoming events out of lockdown.
Paige and Finn toasted their move over champagne on June 22 after finally leaving the family home in West Lothian where they spent lockdown together.
The couple even admitted crying on move-in day as they looked forward to their future.
In an interview with OK! Magazine, 22-year-old Paige said: “I got quite teary. Finn came down in a van and I came down in the car.
“It was the first time I’d seen it and I got here first. I FaceTimed him and he got teary because I was teary.”
Despite being isolated just months after first meeting, 20-year-old Finn says it has made them stronger – and he’s even planning on popping the question.
He explained: “I’m not going to wait – I want to propose soon! I don’t want to say a timescale as it’s going to be a surprise.”
Paige and Finn have been one of the most rock-solid Love Island couples in the show’s history, insisting they were planning to move in together and get married before they had even landed back in the UK.