Love Island’s Tasha and Andrew pack on the PDA ahead of first Christmas as a couple

Love Island finalists Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page packed on the PDA as they attend the Avatar: The Way of Water at Odeon Leicester Square in London on Tuesday night.

Tasha, 23, was not exactly prepared for the winter weather but still looked incredible as she opted for a revealing co-ord ensemble that exposed her midriff and showed off her incredible figure.

Andrew, 27, looked sharp suited and booted in navy and black as he dressed up for the occasion. Walking the blue carpet, the couple were all smiles as they leaned in for a quick kiss.

They were joined on the red carpet by the film's stars including Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver and Kate Winslet.

The outing comes as the couple prepare for their first Christmas together and they previously opened up about their festive plans to OK! at the Pride of Britain Awards.

"We just want to do all the usual stuff like Christmas shopping and seeing family, we can't wait," said Tasha.

Continuing, Andrew said: "Yeah we'll spend the day between both of families hopefully.

"We'll see your mum [Tasha], and we'll try to squeeze everyone else in. We're going to do the rounds!"

Since leaving the villa in fourth place, the couple have moved in with one another, and are said to be shopping for engagement rings.

In a previous conversation with OK! Tasha discussed saying 'I Do' with her beau.

The model and dancer told us: "He knows what ring I want. He knows the shape I want and what colour.

"I’ve said to him I want to try it on first as I really want a nice baby blue or aqua colour stone and I need to see if the colour suits my hand."

And it's not just their relationship that's been going from strength to strength, with Tasha landing herself a deal with eBay shortly after leaving the show.

The blonde beauty was also recently announced as the new face of Ann Summers. Discussing why she wanted to team up Ann Summers, Tasha shared that she likes that the brand “empowers women”.

“I love Ann Summers’ brand, their morals, their values, and they really are a brand created by women, for women. It’s about empowering women, and I love the diversity and inclusivity of the brand as well.”


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