Megan Barton-Hanson gave her fans a guided tour of her cute new pad after she officially became a homeowner.

The Love Island star, 26, picked up the keys to her London property - and knows she made the right choice.

She has decked it out just to her taste with and let everyone in to take a little look around.

The chic kitchen and living room area has trendy huge lights overhead, with artwork hanging from the walls.

There is lots of zebra print décor, with a cute rug sitting alongside her emerald sofa.

She posted plenty of pictures and wrote alongside a photo of housewarming gifts and cards about her personal milestone.

Her zebra print rug sits by the side of her emerald sofa

"Today I got the keys to my first home. I've never felt so lucky in my life, proper pinch me moment," she said, before joking: "Send help!"

Megan is in love with her balcony as she showed off the outdoor space.

But the big question is, will she be putting her trendy kitchen too good use now she has a home of her own?

She confessed that she can "only cook pot noodles and a fried egg".

She says it's a 'pinch me moment'
She has plenty of bubbly to get through

Now she will have to put that right, adding of her cooker: "Look at this bad boy – it’s like something from Star Trek. I love it."

The stunner has already painted her walls plain white - but there were plenty of plants dotted around to inject some colour.

Megan previously rented a flat in north London with ex-boyfriend Wes Nelson.

Megan had fun on the balcony

She recently told The Sun a very saucy secret about their time together.

Let's just say they didn't always make use of the home they shared.

Megan wrote in her advice column that mixing up the routine - and location - can add an extra thrill between lovers.

But will she put the kitchen to good use?

She wrote: "Go beyond the bedroom.

"I might not suggest Southend Airport's toilets where Love Island’s Wes Nelson and I got caught, but even a different room in the house can be thrilling."

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