Love Island’s Siannise Fudge Moves On From Luke Trotman With New Boyfriend

Siannise is currently on holiday in St Lucia with model Chris Beviere.

Siannise Fudge

by Bonnie McLaren |

We didn't want to believe the news that one of our favourite Love Island couples, Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman, had split. But it seems Siannise has now well and truly moved on with a new boyfriend.

It's believed Luke and Siannise split at the end of last year, but now the former islander is currently on holiday in St. Lucia with model Chris Beviere. And Chris seems smitten - as he has been posting photos of the pair together on his Instagram story. He even shared a sweet video of him kissing her on the cheek, captioned: 'I win'.

Chris Beviere Siannise Fudge
©Instagram / Chris Beviere

Chris is a model signed to Nevs agency, with 19.3k followers on Instagram, and seems to spend a lot of time in St Lucia and other gorgeous holiday spots around the world. And a source has told The Sun that Chris and Siannise that their new relationship is going from strength to strength. 'Siannise was inundated with attention and really hit it off with Chris,' a source told the paper. 'It's been going so well that they decided to enjoy some winter sun together and they've had a really special time together.'

There were rumours a couple of months ago that Siannise and Luke had parted ways. A source told The Sun at the time: 'It's been a really hard couple of weeks for both of them but it's over for now.' After spending the entirety of lockdown together, in May 2019, the pair moved in together. 'We did it! Today myself and @luketroytrotman moved into our apartment and we love it,' she wrote on Instagram. 'I feel so overwhelmed, this is something I have always wanted and it reminds me of how far we have both come. I’m excited for our next chapter in London and going on lots of adventures with my best friend, I love you.’

Winter Love Island, which took place just before the pandemic in 2020, had an unusually high success rate for couples staying together, probably because some couples moved in together during lockdown (instead of the usual PA tours across the country which can split some couples up). But now, two years later, only two couples: winners Paige Turley and Finley Tapp and Callum Jones and Molly Smith remain together.

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