Love Island 's Finley Tapp has opened up about spending lockdown in Scotland with girlfriend Paige Turley and even went as far to say he wishes he was Scottish - kind of.
Speaking on his YouTube video during a 'assumptions video', Finn answered a lot of his fans' assumptions about him, his relationship and spending the last few months in Scotland.
The winter Love Island winners are enjoying lockdown together at Paige's home in West Lothian after Finn Tapp drove six hours from Milton Keynes to self-isolate with his girlfriend before restrictions were put in place.
In one assumption, one fan said: 'you secretly want to be Scottish' to which Finn nodded and said: "I would say that! Hmmm na, I love England and I love Scotland, I mean I hadn't been to Scotland before Love Island. It was only after Love Island I went up to see Paige's family and that's the first time I've been there!
"So, I do love it, I do love it, it's so beautiful in some places certainly you don't get too much of that scenery down here.
He added: "Do I secretly want to be Scottish? I'm happy being English but I'm also very happy that my Mrs is Scottish because I love Scotland. Big up!"
Another fan 'assumed' that he regretted going into lockdown with Paige.
Finn responded: "I'm going to have to strongly disagree on this one as I think this is the best thing we could have done. It's just unbelievable how close you are just after the six week period of being in Love Island. You come out and you're busy and you're up and down the country doing various things.
"I feel like, should Paige and I have had this lockdown period away from each other, I think we would have struggled to be as close as we are right now, although it's tough being away from my family, me and Paige are now in a position though where we're just as close as we could ever be. Without sounding soppy here, it was the right thing to do and I'm so, so, so, so glad I done it."
And this month, Finn was even branded an ' honorary Scot ' as he sipped on Buckfast and Dragon Soop.
The duo, who took part in the first ever winter edition of Love Island in South Africa, will remain the crowned winners for longer than they initially expected as the summer version of the show has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.