LOVE Island’s Connor Durman is enjoying the high life since leaving the villa – with one highlight being meeting girlfriend Sophie Piper's famous sister.
The 25-year-old Islander couldn't contain his excitement when he was introduced to Rochelle Humes and her husband Marvin – and even confessed to being a secret JLS super fan.
The couple are settling into life together since both being dumped from the villa, and that included getting to know her famous family.
Speaking on his blog for Cheltenham Betting Offers he said: "I found out on day three in the villa, because the boys were talking about people who had been leaked before and she had been, and I didn't even know.
"So we did have a conversation, but we didn't really talk about it a lot. So, I found out from the boys.
He went on: "I met Rochelle and Lili, her sister, at Aftersun, and they were lovely. It was nice to meet them, they were really nice. I am always quite nervous about meeting an other half's family, but things went really well.
"I love JLS, I was really into them when I was younger. I really hope I don't get too star-struck meeting Marvin!
Asked if would be getting to some free tickets to the JLS reunion tour he said: "I don't know yet, we're taking things slow, but hopefully it'll work out."
Meanwhile, last week the couple finally enjoyed a peaceful night to themselves and spent it scoffing a Nando's takeaway.
Connor took to his Instagram stories to show his Essex girl enjoying her meal whilst they both got comfy to watch the next episode of Love Island.
Sophie and Connor endured a tough time in the villa, starting when Connor began to get jealous when Connagh arrived and wanted to get to know the medical PA.
He also found it difficult to find the humour in some of Sophie's jokes which made it hard for her to know what to say around him.
He was left fuming when bombshell Connagh Howard chose to couple up with the brunette beauty, leaving him single.
However, the two gravitated back to each other and re-coupled, but they were soon separated again when the islanders were left with an impossible decision of sending one of them home, before they embraced each other again back in the UK.
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