Love Island stars Will and Jessie enjoy a night out after revealing first date plans
It’s been almost a week since Will Young and Jessie Wynter left the Love Island villa.
But the couple, who were paired on day seven of the show, looked happier than ever when they stepped out in London on Saturday night.
The Australian and Brit packed up the PDA as they gazed lovingly at each other and posed for pictures outside the steakhouse, STK.
The TikTok farmer, 23, and personal trainer, 26 made sure all eyes were on them, with Will donning a brightly colored Hawaiian shirt, which he teamed with black jeans and purple brogues.
Jessie looked sensational in a green satin top, which showed off her washboard abs and ample cleavage.
All smiles: A week after leaving The Love Island villa, Will Young, 23, and Jessie Wynter, 26, looked happier than ever when they stepped out in London on Saturday night.
Kiss me quick: The Aussie and Brit made sure all eyes were on them as they posed for photos and kissed outside STK steakhouse
She tied her dark locks into a braided ponytail and opted for a natural makeup palette.
Since arriving on British soil, Jessie has already taken a trip to Will’s farm, revealing that their first date was, in fact, a late-night shop at the local Tesco.
She told The Mirror: ‘We went to Tesco for our first date – did the big shop, bought some snacks. We then went to the village pub for steak and chips and a chicken burger.
‘It was very nice to leave the villa, and since we left we have been much happier. We don’t have people interfering in our relationship.’
Meanwhile, Will opened up about finding the love of his life on the ITV2 show and how he has high hopes for his future.
He said: ‘I wouldn’t be with her if I thought she wasn’t marriage material. Our plan is to split our time between the UK and Tasmania.
Will and Jessie were unable to make it to the show’s finale for a day after failing to secure the public vote after all couples were asked to choose which couple they thought was the least compatible.
But that doesn’t seem to have stopped any future plans for the couple, as Will is willing to travel to keep their relationship alive.
Perfect match: The TikTok farmer was an original cast member in this year’s Winter Love Island, while Jessie came in on day seven like a bombshell.
Making the effort: Despite the long distance, the couple are determined to make this work and Will admits that it would be unfair for Jessie to move to the UK.
Making the effort: Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, they discussed their excitement at living and working together on Will’s farm in Buckinghamshire just in time for calving season.
Living the life of luxury: Since landing in the UK, Jessie says the two have had a great time on the farm, meeting the sheep and even going on a first date at Tesco’s
After leaving South Africa, the sheep farmer said: ‘I think it’s very fair to say that I would go to Australia.
‘A relationship is a two way thing. It would be unfair to me to trust Jessie to move here 100%. Australia has always been a place I would like to go and travel to.’
Despite her willingness to fly to the other side of the world, however, Will has made sure to show Jessie all the major UK sights while she’s here, including Buckingham Palace and, of course, the local Tesco.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, they spoke of their excitement at living and working together on Will’s Buckinghamshire farm just in time for calving season.
His decision comes after Will revealed that veteran Countryfile host John Craven “slipped into his DMs” to congratulate him on endorsing farming for younger audiences.
Will said: ‘Jessie will be moving to the farm for the next month or two and she’ll be giving birth and everything, which I’m very, very excited about.
“When she first visited me this week, I gave her some wellies and she was getting so involved and feeding the animals, which made me fall even more in love with her.”
Will, 23, and Jessie, 26, spent a night apart when they landed on British soil, but the love-struck couple, who met eight weeks ago on the dating series, say they found the split “awful”.
In fact, the playful couple admit that they’ve barely left the room now that the cameras are no longer rolling.
Jessie said: ‘It’s 100 times better now that we’re out of the village. It’s a million times better, I assure you.