LOVE Island star Luca Bish proved to be a supportive partner whilst modelling Gemma Owen’s swimwear range on their first holiday together.
The getaway comes nearly two weeks after the loved-up couple placed second on the ITV2 reality series.
The fishmonger was spotted lounging by the pool as he enjoyed the sunshine following a busy few weeks.
Sharing a snap to his profile, Luca sported a pair of sunglasses and charcoal swim shorts from Gemma’s clothing range OG Beachwear.
The former Islander set up the company – which stocks luxury holiday resort wear and accessories – in 2021.
Plugging the brand in his caption, Luca penned: “Does this count as our first holiday together or? It’s only right that I wear @ogbeachwear @gemowen_1.”
It comes shortly after Gemma has been offered almost £1million to sign a fashion deal with PrettyLittleThing.
The daughter of former footballer Michael Owen is believed to have met with the clothing giant’s boss Umar Kamani earlier this week.
A source close to Gemma told The Sun: “She is being wooed by PrettyLittleThing who are desperate to sign her as they think she is the perfect new face of the brand.
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“She’s beautiful and they feel like she is the right choice out of this year’s islanders to follow in the footsteps of Molly Mae Hague, who is now creative director of the brand.
“Like Molly, she handled herself really well in the villa, kept things classy and loads of girls look up to her and love her style.”
Meanwhile, Luca has been embroiled in a bitter feud after being accused of “mocking” former bombshell Remi Lambert.
In the clip, which has gone viral, Luca said: “We’re not MCs, we need Remi in here for that.”
Responding to the video, Remi told his followers: “Don’t know why these guys have such a problem with me, clearly got some serious issues they need to sort out.
“Everyone said I lied about the way I was treated in that villa, but this here is an example of what was going on whilst I was in there.
“Don’t know why they wasn’t kicked out for their behaviour to be honest. It’s not banter, it’s clear signs of bullying.”