Love Island stars Jessie Wynter and Will Young are preparing for a potential long-distance relationship after she revealed to fans that she would be heading back to Australia “soon” and wasn’t sure if her other half would be going with her.
Since falling in love earlier this year during the Winter Love Island series, farmer Will, 23, and Aussie Jessie, 26, have been going from strength to strength, with Jessie moving in with Will on his family farm.
In an Instagram Q&A, Jessie was asked: “Are you and Will going to Australia anytime soon?”
Jessie responded and revealed: “I will be heading back to Australia soon however we aren’t 100 per cent sure if Will is going to be able to come with me yet.”
The Love Island star had previously told fans that she would likely be heading back to the land down under at the end of May due to her visa expiring, however, she also previously said that boyfriend Will “might be coming with me”.
The 26 year old wrote on Instagram: “I am looking to go back to Australia at the end of May because I think that’s when my visa is until. Will might be coming with me, which is really exciting, and then we’re going to look at what other types of visas I can have when I get back over here.
“I do see myself long-term in the UK, if Will doesn’t enjoy Australia too much.”
Jessie told The Sun that if Will doesn’t enjoy Australia she does see herself being in the UK long-term, and that staying with Will and his family has helped her reduce her homesickness.
Jessie said: “I feel if I hadn’t gone back to the farm it might have been too overwhelming coming straight into a new country, the hustle and bustle.
“I know it’s different. It’s not the typical Love Island setting, but we’re so happy with how it’s worked out.”
The reality star continued: “There have been periods where I’ve felt so homesick, but Will and his family have been so comforting for me. I’d be lost without them, they’re so lovely.”
In a previous conversation with OK!, Jessie revealed her Aussie loved ones “absolutely adore” Will, who’s been initiating phone calls with her brothers and making a real effort to connect.
“It’s so crazy. I’m from Australia, he’s from the UK, but we just still can’t believe how perfectly matched we are,” Jessie also mentioned.
“When you look at our family and our family dynamics, we’re very similar people coming from very similar areas, even though it’s on the other side of the world.”
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