LOVE Island's Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu sent a sweet message to boyfriend Davide Sanclimenti ahead of jetting home from LA to be reunited with him.
The Turkish stunner, 28, is desperate to see her man again after a week of non-stop photoshoots in the States.
During that time Davide has been busy making the most of his newfound fame by attending glitzy events in the UK.
Speaking on Instagram overnight, Ekin said: "On another break right now. I'm not gonna lie, Davide, I miss you. I wish you were here with me now, chilling with me. Hope you're well my love."
She added: "See you soon baby."
Davide, who she won Love Island with Ekin-Su last month, was seen getting into a taxi with two Icelandic beauties on Saturday night after attending KSI’s boxing match at London’s O2 Arena.
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But a short clip has cleared up the situation, showing Davide and palsAnita Gunnarsdottir and Matthildur Ylfa Þorsteinsd were actually part of a larger group.
Davide could be seen taking a head count inside the venue as he organised taxi rides away from the venue on his phone.
A fan on a Love Island Reddit forum then explained how Anita and Matthildur were dropped at an Adidas event in the city before Davide continued his night in a club.
Davide had ringside seats at the bout, where he was reunited with fellow Love Island stars Paige Thorne, Antigoni Buxton and Billy Brown.
Afterwards Davide was filmed walking ahead of the Icelandic girls before jumping into the cab.
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There is no suggestion that anything improper took place.
A spokesman for Davide declined to comment. A spokesman for Ekin-Su also declined to comment.
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