LOVE Island stars Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran's incredible £1m Essex mansion was owned by Henry VIII.
The couple, who were runners-up in the ITV2 dating show last August, revealed the exciting news that they moved in together three months after their stint in the villa.
The duo took to Instagram to share the exciting news on Monday night.
Elliott James – Prime Residential have definitely helped find the perfect pad for the lovebirds.
Their new apartment, which was one of the King of England's former properties, has plenty of space for the lovebirds.
It features two bright living rooms, two bathrooms and a huge kitchen.
It also has a dressing room for the pair to use.
The pad, which is located within a 10-acre site, is definitely the perfect backdrop for all their Instagram snaps.
Since moving in, they've given a sneak peek inside the Grade II listed Victorian mansion on their social media.
In one snap uploaded to Chloe's Instagram Story, former marketing executive Chloe, 24, shared a picture of Toby 22, sitting in one of their living rooms watching TV.
She joked: "So much room for activities."
Toby later uploaded a video of his girlfriend walking into the all white modern kitchen from their living room.
They also uploaded a selfie with Annabel Kabel from Elliott James – Prime Residential and thanked her for helping them find their dream home.
Last night the couple shared a snap of them in matching black tracksuits as they perched on the stunning marble island in the middle of their cooking space as they raised their glasses.
They captioned the post: "Cheers to us finally moving in."
It comes just weeks after Chloe exclusively told The Sun Online that she was in no rush to move in with the semi-professional footballer.
She told us: "We are loving spending time together – we're really happy at the moment.
“I’m SO excited to move in with Toby when the time is right but we haven’t found the dream place yet."
The pair met on the seventh series of Love Island earlier this year.
Oxford-born Chloe, and Toby, who is from Essex, have had to endure a long distance relationship after their stint on the show.
They aren't the only lovebirds from this year's series who have moved in together.
Winners Millie Court and Liam Raredon are now living together in a stunning £1m Essex home.
Last week Faye Winter and Teddy Soares revealed the exciting news that they have hit the mile stone in their relationship too.
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