Dumped Love Island couple Will and Jessie kiss and pose with baby lambs on farm after Buckingham Palace visit | The Sun

LOVE Island's final dumped couple Will Young and Jessie Wynter have shaken off losing the £50,000 prize with a romantic trip around London.

The couple, who were eliminated on the penultimate episode of the winter series, seem more loved-up than ever as Will showed Aussie bombshell Jessie around London.

Arriving back to the UK on Monday, Jessie and Will wasted no time in seeing the sights, heading to Buckingham Palace together on their touristy trip of the capital.

Will has also taken Jessie to his beloved farm, with the couple both sharing videos and pics from their time with an adorably cute set of baby lambs.

Sharing their first 48 hours back home on Instagram, Will celebrated his time on Love Island, and his new girlfriend, in a sweet post shared with Jessie.

"To the Villa, to London, to the FARM," he wrote. "What a crazy, wonderful and life-lasting journey this has been.


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"We made friends for life, met each other and more importantly have fallen in love.

"We are so happy that we got this opportunity as without it we may have never met.

"We just want to thank all of you for the love and support we have gotten, we really couldn’t have done it without you. Love you all Will & Jessie."

The pair were the final couple to be dumped from the villa after being voted by the other islanders as "least compatible".

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Now back to reality, the pair will continue filming their first week home as part of a special one-off show that will air next week.

Having narrowly missed out on the finale, Will and Jessie are now looking forward to a future together.

Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan were crowned the winter 2023 winners, taking home £50,000 after beating Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall at the final hurdle.

Tom Clare and Samie Elishi came in third place, with Shaq Muhammad and Tanya Manhenga coming in fourth.

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