Love Island’s Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland – who recently spoke out about having children together – have been going strong since they made the final of the popular reality TV show, which sees a collection of singletons looking for love.
Since leaving the show, the pair have been inseparable and are now engaged, with their wedding plans coming along nicely.
And while there is a famous saying that you should never go into business with your partner, Olivia and Alex are breaking all the rules as they announce their new clothing line, MVMNT LONDON.
Talking exclusively to OK! Online at Thorpe Park’s Fright Night, Alex explained: “I’m bringing out some loungewear, so it’s all oversized, like the way I dress.
“I’m bringing out distressed jeans, oversize jackets, it’s going to be a mixture of everything. Something that matches my style.”
Olivia will also be getting involved with the brand, as she revealed: “Menswear is just what’s moving at the moment but we’re working on womenswear as well so I’ll be head of womenswear when that comes out.
Olivia Buckland makes a huge gesture for beau Alex Bowen as she buys him a Rolex watch for his birthday after claiming it’s something he’s “dreamed of owning” [Instagram]
“I’m going to bring out the menswear this year, and next year she’s going to bring out a women’s collection.”
When asked how they feel about working together and the possible issues, the pair explained: “We’re different though, we’re not the same, we’re the power couple.”
And while some people may not think working with your partner is a good idea, the pair confessed how they make it work.
Olivia told OK! Online: “No, it’s been really easy. I’m supporting him, he’s supporting me. We come together and work well with the same style. It’s easy for us really.”
Alex and Olivia got engaged back in December 2016, and the pair are now planning their wedding, with the organisation coming along well.
Olivia revealed: “I’ve got the dress, got the venue, got the date, we’re sending out save the dates soon, it’s September next year.”