Love Island's Toby reveals all about his plans for an Irish visit and his big move with Chloe
He's coming home.
Love Island's Toby Aromolaran has officially moved in with his girlfriend Chloe and it won't be long before the pair are travelling the emerald isle.
Chatting to Her.ie, Toby revealed that he and Chloe have already moved in together and have big plans for their future as a couple.
Telling us that their current digs aren't exactly what they're looking for, Toby admitted that they're currently house hunting to find their dream home.
"We're moving in together, at the moment we live together in a weird kind of way, living in her old apartment," the runner up said.
"We're getting a new place, and just see how it goes. Having normal, couple vibes."
Not only are they heading for a new place together, but the couple is also planning a trip to Ireland, and with Toby's Irish mammy on board, it won't be a true trip unless they stop in Mayo.
"I was planning to go to Ireland before Love Island, I normally go here and there for summers and spend them with the family," Toby added.
"So, I'm finished Love Island now and I'll be going Ireland with my mum and Chloe, hopefully, and go to Mayo."
And watching the show back, Toby is not at all impressed that his Irishness wasn't shown on screen.
"One thing they didn't show was that I'm Irish, I spoke about it they just didn't show it," the clearly proud Irishman said.
"I said it to everyone, I'm Nigerian and Irish, so with you guys [Irish fans] being surprised was weird."
But as for the All-Ireland final, Toby was speechless when it came to Mayo's devastating loss against Tyrone, even if he didn't manage to get to watch the match like other Mayo supporters.
"I didn't watch it unfortunately but I was there on the highlights reel thinking 'okay, cool' and when I saw we lost I was just like 'ahhh'," the Mayo man said.
Toby is teaming up with Boohoo Man as their latest brand ambassador, working on various projects including presenting,
social content creation, modelling and fronting a series of collaborative campaigns. Not to mention he'll be getting his own hand-picked edit.