Love Island’s Tyler reveals why he’s not moving in with Kaz

Unlike their fellow finalists, Tyler Cruickshank and Kaz Kamwi aren’t looking to move in together any time soon.

Kaz and Tyler may have already decided how many children they’re going to have but they’re not rushing in to any big relationship steps. They’ve made the decision to take things at their own pace and revealed this week that they won’t be moving in together for the time being.

Why aren’t Kaz and Tyler moving in together?

Speaking to The Sun, Tyler said:

We're in a really good space. In the villa we wanted to take things at our own pace, so I asked Kaz to be my girlfriend a few days after we go out. We are in our own space with our blinkers on and just in our own space. In terms of moving forward we're just playing it by ear.

He continued:

We're not moving in together as of yet. I'm just trying to sort things out and she's trying to sort things out. We don't live far from each other, I'm in South London and she's in Essex. It's only a short drive. We're always seeing each other, but you've got to think practically.

Islanders moving in together

Meanwhile, fellow Love Island finalists Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran wasted no time moving in together. Toby moved into Chloe’s home just a week after they returned to the UK from Majorca as he said being separated for five days in quarantine was too much for him. The couple are now looking for a new place for themselves in Essex.

While Toby admitted that it may seem ‘too fast,’ he insisted ‘when you know it’s right, it’s right.’ It seems to have worked for some past Islanders like Siânnise and Luke and Paige and Finn, who moved in right after Love Island and are still going strong. On the other hand, Nas and Eva from Winter Love Island decided not to move in together straight away and are also still very much loved-up! So the moral of the story is, you do you!

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