The pair walked away with the crown last week, much to the surprise of everyone, as they had only met late in the series.
Despite the win, the pair are yet to go exclusive, and on today’ Loose Women revealed why they are opting for the “exclusively dating” label at the moment instead.
“We’re exclusively dating, but we’re not official yet,” Amber said.
Greg added: “You have to remember we only met each other for the first time on July 15.”
Amber did admit that Greg “hasn’t asked [her to go exclusive] yet”, and while there was some confusion about what ‘exclusively dating’ meant, Greg reassured everyone that it was all going pretty smoothly.
“We’re definitely going in the right direction,” he continued. “I can definitely see us getting there, but we haven’t known each other for a full month yet.
“She needs to meet my friends and family. I’ve met her family and friends – lovely people, really welcoming – but she hasn’t met my friends yet.”
This comes after it was announced that Ovie will be swapping his bucket hat for a chef’s as he’ll be rustling up a spot of brunch for Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on This Morning.
That’s right, the professional basketball player will appearing on the show on Thursday to present his very own segment (via The Mirror), being in charge of the brunch menu.
“Message! Cooking on This Morning is going to be dope, but I’ll need to graft hard if my infamous eggs are to live up to the hype for Love Island fans Eamonn and Ruth,” Ovie said about his gig. “They’re daytime royalty after all.”
Ovie will also be sticking around for an interview on the sofa afterwards with India Reynolds, while show runners up Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury will also be sitting down on the sofa.
This Morning’s editor Martin Frizell added: “Here at This Morning we pride ourselves on nurturing and developing new talent.
“Ovie was undoubtedly one of the most popular Islanders this year and so we’re thrilled to have him on the show as a brand new guest chef.”
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