Love Island Ched admits he’s open to living with sister Jess and twin Eve Gale

Ched Urzor and Jess Gale bagged fourth place on this year's Winter Love Island.

The pair, who got together during the Casa Amor twist on the ITV programme, revealed they'll going to see how their relationship progresses past the villa walls before going "official".

Speaking about what's going to happen when they touch down in the UK, Ched admitted he's open to living with Jess – and twin Eve will also be their roomie.

When asked about their moving in dreams, the pretty blonde admitted Eve has to be involved in the plans.

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"Me and Eve live in a flat together in London. So for me to move somewhere with Ched it would mean Eve is alone and I don’t want to make Eve alone… Unless Ched was to move in with me and Eve.

"We haven’t really spoken about this yet," she exclaimed.

However, news of a third wheel didn't seem to faze the hunk.

"I wouldn’t really mind to be fair living with both of them," Che replied.

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"What I saw of Eve I get on with Eve as well. It would be easy to live with both of them."

When asked if they'll share domestic duties, the uni student confessed she's going to be no one's "housewife".

"I do everything," Ched proclaimed, "even with the baby challenge…"

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"I like being busy and doing my own thing. Definitely I never want to be giving up my career for a guy. I don’t want to be a housewife and I’ve been letting Ched know that – he knows! Obviously I pull my weight when it’s needed," Jess chimed in.

But Ched revealed another skill, as he added: "I’m not a bad cook to be fair."

Let's hope it works out for the pair….

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