LOVE Island star Jessie Wynter has reunited with boyfriend Will Young ahead of her looming return to Australia.
The Australian beauty, 26, is currently living on boyfriend Will Young's Buckinghamshire farm after narrowly missing out on the Love Island final.
But Jessie plans to return to Australia at the end of May, as that’s when she has visa until.
For now, the reality star seemed over the moon as she got a train back to her boyfriend’s home.
Jessie snapped a mirror selfie in casual attire, captioned: “Back to the farm I go.”
Upon arrival, she posted a photo of Will and a love heart as he came to collect her from the station.
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The loved-up pair enjoyed a McDonald’s as they reunited and Will hilariously went through all of the parcels Jessie had received while she was away.
The brunette beauty had been gifted the likes of Australian snacks, sunglasses, bags and tops.
On making plans to return to the other side of the world, Jessie told The Sun: "I am looking to go back to Australia at the end of May because I think that's when my visa is until.
"Will might be coming with me, which is really exciting, and then we're going to look at what other types of visas I can have when I get back over here.
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"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 [laughs]."
Jessie's been away from her family since the turn of the year, save for when she was visited in the South African mansion by her mum and sister.
Fortunately, she's been warmly accepted into the Young family, which has helped to massively reduce her homesickness.
"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 says. "I know it's different. It's not the typical Love Island setting, but we're so happy with how it's worked out.
"There have been periods where I've felt so homesick, but Will and his family have been so comforting for me. I'd be lost without them, they're so lovely."
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