Love Island’s Millie Court and Chloe Burrows have moved in together to "help each other through their recent splits".
The friends recently saw the end of their relationships with their Love Island boyfriends who they were living with and sought it made perfect sense for them to flatshare.
Millie, 25, revealed that she had split from Liam Reardon in July, and Chloe, 27, parted ways with Toby Aromolaran in October, after a year of dating.
"I’ve actually officially moved in with Chloe. Me and Chloe are living together so..." said Millie, who revealed the pair’s new home was in Essex.
Chloe added: "I don’t ever want to leave Essex, I love it so much... [Yes, Millie and I] have got a house together now."
When asked what they get up to living together, a laughing Chloe showed they are happily downing away their replying to OK!, "Lots of drinking...
"We like a glass of wine in the evenings. A couple of parties, celebrating the move.
"It feels nice to just have each other, because we’re both now..." as Millie interjected: "Single".
Chloe continued: "We’ve got each other to help support each other through it."
Liam, who shortly after the split signed up to go on Celebs Go Dating, which he said Millie "understood", recently branded her "wife material".
On getting back together, he also said "never say never. Maybe one day in the future, we’ll rekindle.”
Although Millie, who along with Liam were champions of Love Island series 7, is now single, she also hasn’t ruled out reigniting their romance.
When asked if they would ever get back together, she told Ok!: "I don’t know... at the moment I’m happy being me but never say never."