Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer finally tucked into a Chinese takeaway after two months in the 'Love Island' villa.

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer [Instagram]

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer [Instagram]

26-year-old Jack and Dani, 22, beat off competition from the other couples to win the ITV2 show but admitted all they wanted after the programme ended was to enjoy a takeaway together.

Dani uploaded a picture to her Instagram of the egg fried rice, Peking duck and spring rolls laid out on a blanket, writing: "All we have wanted @jack_charlesf"

Jack also added a picture to his profile, captioning the shot: "Been waiting for this @danidyerxx."

The reality couple enjoyed an indoor picnic, eating the meal on the floor and Dani uploaded a video of Jack tucking in to the grub.

She can be heard asking: "Is that nice babe?", while, with his mouth full, Jack replied: "I've been waiting two months for it."

The stars won Monday's 'Love Island' finale and took home the £50,000 prize money, and their food choices have been photographed non-stop since then , with a Co-op meal deal being a firm favourite with fans.

Earlier this week TGI Friday's revealed they'd released a cocktail made after the Essex twosome called 'Jack and Dani', which contains bubblegum syrup, ice-cream and hundreds and thousands.

Sharing a picture of the menu, Jack posted via his Instagram: "Please tell me this is true! Haha no way."

Meanwhile, Dani and Jack previously revealed they are planning to get married next year because they "know" they are meant for each other.

Jack said: "We're getting married next year, 100 per cent. Like my mum said to me so many times, 'When you know about someone, you just know.' And now I know what she's talking about."

However, Dani's father Danny Dyer has warned her to have children too young.

He said: "As much as I love Dani, and of course I'm overjoyed we had her, I would advise her to have children later on in life. You should live your life first. There are benefits to having kids early, but you lose a lot of your own childhood and self-discovery. It was a 24-hour-a-day thing - the baby put a lot of stress on our relationship. Sex goes out the window a little bit and you have to start earning properly, no f***ing about any more."