Published: 00:30 BST, 8 June 2018 | Updated: 09:54 BST, 8 June 2018
They have become one of the hottest couples on the showbiz circuit.
So it won't come as a surprise that Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling are reportedly buying a house together as their relationship has blossomed into something more serious in recent weeks, according to The Sun.
The presenter, 33, and the Love Island voice over star, 30, are said to be looking forward to spending more time together as a couple amid claims they struggle to squeeze time in for each other with their high-flying television careers.
'It's getting serious': Laura Whitmore and Love Island voice over star Iain Stirling 'are moving in together' as their romance heats up
A source told the newspaper: 'They haven’t been together too long but she wanted to buy a house. It’s their relationship getting more serious.
'Because of their busy jobs they don’t get to spend a lot of time together but this will mean they will see a lot more of each other.'
The insider added to the publication:'They are very steady as a couple and it is the natural next step.'
MailOnline approached Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling's representatives for comment.
The close couple became firm friends in 2017 and their romance was a slow burner, due to their jam-packed work schedules, not developing until the summer.
Look of love! The presenter, 33, and the Love Island voice over star, 30, are said to be looking forward to spending more time together as a couple
Initially coy over their budding romance, rumours were swirling for weeks before the lovebirds went public with their affections for each other.
In March, Iain 'happily' admitted that he was punching above his weight by developing a romance with the blonde beauty.
During the Chris Ramsey Show, the host expressed his disdain for people who judged people's relationships.
‘People tell you, and I do not agree with this and I hate it when people say this to blokes, people tell you you’re punching above your weight, and I don’t like that,’ said Ramsey, whose guests included Iain, Chris Hughes and Brooke Vincent.
True love: The close couple became firm friends in 2017 and their romance was a slow burner, due to their jam-packed work schedules, not developing until the summer
‘One, you’re a good looking lad. I find it underhanded. I find it snide. It’s basically someone going, “I’d f your girlfriend,” and I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all. And I don’t think you’re punching above your weight. I think you’re a beautiful man.’
But the comedian – best known for his voice-over role on ITV2 show Love Island – admitted he was unfazed by the comments, because he agrees with them.
‘I don’t mind it, because it just means I’ve done better haven’t I?’ he said. ‘I’ve got someone who’s like me, but much, much better.
And Laura’s got someone who’s like her, but much worse. I think I’ve done quite well out of it, but I’m dead happy because she’s lovely and stuff.’
Must be love: Initially coy over their budding romance, rumours were swirling for weeks before the lovebirds went public with their affections for each other
In a cosy chat with MailOnline while filming in South Africa for Survival Of The Fittest, Iain's ladylove Laura excitedly discussed her love.
‘I think the first time I met him was at the Children’s BAFTAs,’ she said. ‘I was presenting an award and he won an award, so I met him there. I don’t know if we were in other relationships but I was just friendly with him. That was before the last series of Love Island.
‘So we were just mates, and we were friendly for a while before it developed into something more, but we didn’t tell anyone for ages. Again, you don’t really know until you decide and you don’t want everyone knowing your business so we decided to keep it quiet as much as possible.’
Cosy couple: In March, Iain 'happily' admitted that he was punching above his weight by developing a romance with the blonde beauty