'Love Island' Stars Camilla Thurlow And Jamie Jewitt Have Moved In Together

Love Island's Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt have revealed they're taking their relationship to the next level as they move into their own home together.

The pair, who are one of the only remaining couples from the 2017 series, were living with Jamie's parents while they found the perfect place to move into.

Credit: Instagram/Camilla Thurlow
Credit: Instagram/Camilla Thurlow

Camilla took to Instagram to share the exciting news with an adorable snap of her and Jamie, revealing they'd just picked up the keys for their rented house.

The loved-up couple will be moving in with their two adorable puppies, Audrey and Gus, making it a real family home.

Credit: Instagram/Camilla Thurlow
Credit: Instagram/Camilla Thurlow

It comes after Camilla starred in her own reality programme, What Camilla Did Next, documenting how she managed to balance her relationship with Jamie, while working abroad in the field, along with her new-found celebrity status.

In the programme, Camilla returned to Cambodia to revisit her previous career as a mine with the HALO trust. The 29-year-old was heaped in praise from view who branded her an 'inspiration'.

Credit: ITV
Credit: ITV

"More women including myself need to be more like @CamillaThurlow, have so much respect for this woman," one viewer tweeted. "Not only being amazing and an inspiration but saving thousands of lives. I honestly take my hat off to you."

Another wrote: "So I've just finished watching #WhatCamillaDidNext wow gave me goosebumps... Lovely grounded young lady and an inspiration to us all. Now looking forward to the next trip @CamillaThurlow with @JamieLukeJewitt."

Credit: ITV
Credit: ITV

A third gushed: "Wow I've watched #WhatCamillaDidNext twice now and I'm still in awe of her. @CamillaThurlow is so incredibly inspirational and I am so happy that she uses her platform to spread important message."

Before the show aired, Camilla appeared on Lorraine where she admitted going on Love Island was scarier than defusing bombs in her previous humanitarian role.

She went on to explain how going on the dating show wasn't just about finding love, but about finding her confidence and letting down social barriers.

"It really helped and Jamie is a big part of that, but in the show I did go on a bit of a journey," she told the ITV host.

"The real reason I went in there was to try to break down the social barriers I had built up, so to come out that happier person... it really has changed so much."

Now, hurry up and show us this new home of yours, you two.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Camilla Thurlow

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on emma.rosemurgey@pretty52.com

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