Love Island's Ollie Williams wasted no time in rekindling his romance with former flame Laura Nofer after he left the villa for her.
The wealthy Cornish native, 23, only lasted three days on the ITV2 romance show before claiming he was still in love with his ex girlfriend and therefore wanted to leave.
Ollie's timing to exit the Cape Town villa came amid mounting pressure for ITV bosses to remove him from the show after pictures of his sickening trophy hunting came to light.
He has now shared that he and 'love of his life' Laura, who previously dated for 18-months, are back together and planning a future together -including marriage.
Talking to The Sun about his future with the pretty blonde, he told: "I now realise that Laura is the girl I want to marry. I'm so grateful she has taken me back. We're going to move in together in London over the next few months. I can't wait to start a life with her."
The landowner also discussed how he won Laura – who he met at Royal Holloway University – back.
He dished: "A soon as I landed in the UK I rang Laura to tell her I was deeply in love with her. We were both crying and she was like, 'Why has it taken it this to realise?' I asked her straightaway to be my girlfriend again."
Ollie continued: "My main focus now will be repairing my relationship with the love of my life."
During his brief time in the villa Ollie's trophuy-hunting hobby came to light when snaps were uncovered of him posing next to dead animals.
The photos infuriated fans of the show, who launched a petition on Change.org demanding ITV remove Ollie.
Friends of the Love Island star have since denied that he's a blood sports enthusiast despite the sickening photos – claiming Ollie is actually passionate about nature.
The insider told the Mirror: "Ollie is a passionate conservationist and worked with an anti-poaching unit in Mozambique.
"Conservation is crucial to the survival of animals and as part of that work Ollie was involved in the culling of sick animals who were a threat to the health of the herd."
They added: "There is a very big and important difference between trophy hunting and the conversation work Ollie has previously been involved in.
"At no point has Ollie organised or booked anybody to go to Africa to shoot game."
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