Tasha Ghouri shares the sweetest thing Andrew Le Page did with his new tattoo
Tasha Ghouri has been given the sweetest surprise from her boyfriend Andrew Le Page this week and our hearts can't take it.
The couple met on Love Island earlier this and have been loved up ever since, getting their own matching tattoos and taking the big step of moving in together.
While they may have already taken the big step together, things seem to only be getting more serious between the two after Andrew surprised Tasha by getting a sentimental tattoo.
Getting the ASL sign for "I love you" with a cochlear implant wrapped around it, Andrew made the big move after showing an incredible amount of support for his girlfriend's "superpower".
Tasha posted a picture of her boyfriend's new tattoo on Twitter, saying: "So Andrew came home and surprised me with his new tattoo, I actually can’t even!!!!!!! How beautiful it’s “ily” in BSL with my cochlear implant wrapped around."
The dancer later added: "also just to clarify, the ily is ASL but it is also used in BSL as it became more used - there is another way to sign ily in BSL which is what me and my dad did to each other when he came into the villa. But both can be used in bsl as I know both."
Fans and friends were jumping into the comments to share their love for her post, with fellow former islander Indiyah Polack starting off with: "Oh wowwww."
Another said: "Andrew is the best guy seriously.. Tasha if you leave this guy, I’ll find him and marry him."
The dancer has been doing incredibly well for herself since leaving the villa, already partnering with the online platform eBay as their first ever pre-loved ambassador, and more recently she announced a major deal with L'Oreal Paris.
Now, it seems she's dipping her toes into footwear. She posted an ad, teasing an upcoming collaboration with Simmi Shoes. In the photos, she's decked out completely in her signature colour – green.
As well as her fashion deals, Tasha was praised for a recent campaign she did with Cadbury to encourage the hearing public to learn British Sign Language. In the video, she signs some exciting news, but the subtitles are partially covered, giving viewers an insight into how deaf people are often left out of the conversation.