Love Island's Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes want to do their own TV documentary.
The pair's romance has been hitting the headlines since they struck up a relationship inside the famous villa at the beginning of summer but, although many people thought their love wouldn't survive in the outside world, they've proved them wrong as they've moved in together and want to do a series on what it's like to live with one another.
Speaking to new! magazine, Olivia said: "We're amazing. He's a dream. He talks about engagement a lot. We've moved ino together and it's going so, so good! It's amazing living together.
"We want to film something together about living with each other, like a TV documentary. So that's exciting. But I really can't too much about that at the moment."
Chris recently said that he was struggling to come to terms with his new-found fame but Olivia is adamant nothing anyone says to her hurts her because she's "thick skinned."
She explained: "I'm quite thick skinned so I feel like a lot of stuff bounces off me and it doesn't with him. It's really tough because it's a massive adjustment, but I'm fine with it and I actually enjoy it. Everyone has been so lovely.
"Honestly, it's been weird. I thought I'd get hate but people have been so nice and there's nothing but love. So many girls have said to me: 'God you're so like me when I argue with my boyfriend. I relate to you. You are me.' "