Love Island’s Jessie Wynter and her British beau Will Young spotted sharing a sweet kiss as they enjoy a romantic dinner in Sydney
Love Island’s Jessie Wynter enjoyed a romantic dinner with her British beau Will Young in Sydney.
The happy couple hit the town on Thursday night before tucking into some Asian food at Luna Lu restaurant at The Rocks.
In one photo, Jessie, 26, and Will, 23, are seen sharing a sweet kiss together at their dinner table.
The loved-up couple wore matching white T-Shirts for one of their first date nights in Jessies home country.
Jessie was an islander on season two of Love Island Australia, and more recently featured on the UK winter version of the show that wrapped up filming a couple months ago in South Africa.
Love Island’s Jessie Wynter enjoyed a romantic dinner with her British Beau Will Young in Sydney (both pictured)
It was there that she ‘coupled up’ with Will, and after falling in love she lived with him in Buckinghamshire on his family’s farm.
They touched down in Australia earlier this week, as Jessie’s UK visa was running out.
Jessie is a personal trainer from Tasmania but was living in Sydney before her second stint on Love Island.
In one photo, Jessie, 26, and Will, 23, are seen sharing a sweet kiss together at their dinner table (both pictured)
The happy couple often film TikTok’s together and they documented their move Down Under.
In one recent video, the Love Islanders were seen filming skits outside the Sydney Opera House.
While they appear to be enjoying their time in the city, Jessie previously said that she sees herself living in the UK long-term if she can sort out a visa.
She told The Sun last month: ‘We’re going to look at what other types of visas I can have, I do see myself long-term in the UK, if Will doesn’t enjoy Australia too much.
‘Everyone I know from the UK has been saying Will’s going to love Australia, so I’m concerned.’
The happy couple hit the town on Thursday night as they enjoyed some Asian food in Luna Lu at The Rocks (both pictured)
Jessie was reunited with her sister in recent days, as she hadn’t seen any of her family since January.
While living in the UK, she revealed that she was homesick at times but Will and his family had been there to comfort her.
‘I feel if I hadn’t gone back to the farm it might have been too overwhelming coming straight into a new country, the hustle and bustle,’ she said.
‘I know it’s different. It’s not the typical Love Island setting, but we’re so happy with how it’s worked out.’
Jessie and Will met on Love Island at the beginning of the year (both pictured)