Siannise Fudge and her lover-boy Luke T Trotman have finally confirmed where they first had sex.
They stole the hearts of the nation with their adorable relationship on this year's Love Island but it seems it wasn't always as innocent as viewers may have initially thought.
As it turns out, islanders Luke and Siannise couldn't wait to get out of the villa to get steamy between the sheets for the first time.
In their first interview since arriving back in the UK, the runners up finally answered the question fans have been dying to know.
Cheeky Luke T confirmed the first thing they did once leaving the villa was getting naked and getting down to business.
The islander used the same code the hunks used in the villa when discussing the sexual activity.
He told Closer magazine : "First thing we did after leaving the villa, was had a full English breakfast.
"And yes, that is is code, yes!".
The Bristol born babe didn't hold back either when opening up about their rendezvous as she described the rumble as "lush".
"It was really lush, wasn't it? No complaints here!" She said.
Despite innocent appearances, the Love Island favourites admitted they got up to their fair share mischief while in the villa.
This comes after the pair revealed their plans of moving to Windsor after returning from Cape Town following a successful stint on the show.
The pair intend on taking their relationship to the next level by looking for properties and eventually get hitched in a fairytale-style wedding.
Luke said: "I’m from Luton and Siânnise is from Bristol. We’re thinking we’ll move to wherever is in the middle. We think the middle is in Windsor."
The loved-up couple also reassured fans they weren't moving too fast in their whirlwind romance which had taken off only weeks ago.
Siânnise said: "I don't think I could ever get sick of him. I could be in a room sat in silence with him and I'd still feel happy and content, just to be in his company."
As the pair focus in on their exciting future together, Siânnise and Luke can almost hear the wedding bells chime from a distance.
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