Love Island couple Sam Bird and Georgia Steel don’t seem to have left each other’s sides since leaving the ITV2 show together last week.
The lovebirds, who refused to couple up with anyone else other during the dramatic recoupling meaning they had to leave, have been inseparable – even meeting each other’s parents in the short time since they’ve been out.
After posting snaps of them enjoying a mini break in Yorkshire, Georgia’s home, the pair were spotted arriving back in London this weekend, and put on a serious PDA.
Making their way out of Kings Cross train station, the couple held each other in their arms as they kissed and cuddles before making their way home.
Georgia looked stunning in a pair of dogtooth printed trousers, a black blazer and a pair of stylish oversized sunglasses.
Sam wore a pair of dark jeans and a denim maker, which he also accessorised with some stylish sunnies.
Georgia Steel shares an adorable snap with Sam Bird and his family as they enjoy a night out together in London [Instagram/Sam Bird]
Sam and Georgia have each met their other half’s parents, despite not yet being official boyfriend and girlfriend.
The instantly spent some time in Yorkshire with Gee’s mum and dad, where they uploaded some pictures of them enjoying their reunion time in a local pub.
And then moved over to Norwich where Sam introduced his new love interest to his own family, which looked like it went down well, according tot he happy snaps they posted online.
Before making the joint decision to leave the villa, the pair had been told they had to uncouple and either leave the villa or remain and not be together.
And while they initially decided to try and see other people, the lovebirds couldn’t do it, and couldn’t keep their hands off each other.
Sneaking secret exchanges, Georgia finally said on the night of the recouping: “We can’t be kissing in the toilet, we can’t be having cuddles on the sofa because that’s wrong.
“And, I thought I can’t not do that in here with Sam.”
Sam agreed and said if they had recoupled with anyone else it would have been “fake”.