Love Island's Olivia Attwood announces engagement to Bradley Dack 1 month ago

Love Island's Olivia Attwood announces engagement to Bradley Dack

Fair play to all involved.

Love Island's Olivia Attwood has announced her engagement to Bradley Dack.

The reality star dropped the news over the weekend during a holiday to Dubai jokingly stating that the midfielder "must be crazy" to have popped the question.

"Here's to forever," she wrote, alongside a slider post of the two of them sharing quite the intimate kiss as Bradley holds Olivia hand presenting her new ring to her Instagram followers.

"I love you BD," she added next to a diamond emoji.

Lovely.

Olivia and Bradley have been dating on and off since 2015.

They were together for two years before she entered Love Island 2017 and began a relationship with Chris Hughes.

Olivia and Chris eventually split some months after leaving the villa. Soon after, Olivia signed up for the upcoming series of Celebs Go Dating. 

It was revealed later that she was back with Bradley or, indeed, could have been back with him the whole time she was on the show. 

Get that coin, girl. No judgement.

Olivia and Bradley split recently in April for the last time for just 24 hours.

In a September interview with New! Magazine, she said that she felt that she couldn't trust her boyfriend "100 percent" - like all men, tbh.

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"We row about little things, like house-related things. I'm very OCD and he's very messy," she said.

"I've also got a long way to go with trust. That's my own issue more than his. I don't think you should trust any man 100 percent."

This comes after ex Chris Hughes and Little Mix's Jesy Nelsen took their relationship to the next crucial step - by chatting a bit abut starting a family.

The Love Island 2017 contestant recently opened up about his fertility, worrying that he will be unable to have children. 

Chris will discuss his fertility fears in his upcoming BBC Three documentary, Me, My Brother, and Our Balls. 

The film will examine fertility from a male perspective while also touching on Chris's family's history of fertility related issues.