Love Islands Will and Jessie talk marriage and reveal theyre saving for a house

From meeting inside Love Island's South African villa to living life on the Buckinghamshire farm, Jessie Wynter and Will Young have proved their relationship is one standing the test of time.

Appearing loved up as ever, the smitten pair have caught up with OK! and revealed their plans to buy a home together as they settle into life in the UK.

Chatting at We Are FSTVL, which was sponsored by clothing brand PrettyLittleThing, it's clear to see that Australian native Jessie has captured her British boyfriend's heart.

As we discuss what the future holds, Will gets down on one knee and pretends to propose, assuring us that it will happen for real one day in the not so far away future.

"For me, I know what I want and that's babies, marriage and living with Jessie for the rest of my life. It is going to happen," said Will.

While Jessie admitted that her beau has even been dropping some hints, including asking for her ring size recently. "He thought he was being really subtle, but it was so obvious. He asked for my hand and whether the ring I was wearing fit me well or not," laughed Jessie.

They may have found international fame after appearing on ITV2's Love Island, but the couple are now being frugal as they hope to find a home.

Jessie revealed: "I've given up getting my nails and lashes done because we are saying for our own home, it's expensive! So, I'm being harsh on Will too, he's buying less clothes! We're making sacrifices," Will agreed: "We're looking for our own place, then will come babies and marriage, make that your headline!"

It's not all celeb-filled events and post-villa joy for the couple, as Will has gone back to his job on the farm since leaving the reality show, and admits that it is much less glamorous.

"It was lambing season when we came back from the villa, so it's quite intense and a lot," explained the farmer. While Jessie echoed: "I'm not sure everyone realises how difficult it is, it's hard work and Will would be exhausted.

"I would have a hot drink waiting for him at night after he was working all day, it is a lot." Will added: "We have baby lambs now, so that's our trial run for parenting."

Will also addressed the rumours of a feud circulating between him and co-stars Tom Clare and Casey O'Gorman – who were close pals inside the villa.

"For me, I was busy on the farm and really just focusing on me and Jessie after the villa, so that isn't for everyone and not everyone understands it," he explained.

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