Having won the public over with their up and down romance, Max and Jess were crowned the winning couple of Love Island, pocketing the £50,000 prize fund on offer.
Following their win reports questioned whether the pair will stay together now their time in the Love Island villa is over, but reuniting over the weekend in Jess' hometown of Gloucestershire, the couple have proved that their romance is so far, so good.
Taking to Instagram, 22-year-old Max revealed he had travelled down to see Jess, sharing a cute photo of the pair enjoying a day date together.
Enjoying an ice-cream with his other half, Max told fans: "Day out with this beauty."
It seems their reunion was short but sweet, though, as Max later tweeted he was driving back to Huddersfield, before joining the pair's Love Island co-stars in London this week.
Posting an emoji of a love heart and one blowing a kiss, he said: "Long drive back home missing @AmberMaeMdl already."
A smitten Jess then replied: "Miss you too, only another day and I get to see you again."
Sounds like the pair are pretty loved-up to us!
Max and Jess' social media PDA comes after Reveal caught up with the couple following their time on Love Island together.
Despite living nearly four hours apart from each other here in the UK, Max and Jess told us they "cannot wait" for their future together, even if it does mean a lot of long car journeys and train tickets.
"It's not going to be easy living away from each other," Max said. "But I think we'll both work at it and it's going to be exciting."
Let's hope their time together on the outside is slightly less dramatic that it was on the show!
The pair initially coupled together on Max's entrance to the villa, but he later ditched Jess in favour for Naomi Ball instead.
However, Max soon found himself single again after Naomi was voted out by the public and he later realised he had made a mistake by dumping Jess.
Pulling out all the stops, Max told Jess he wanted to rekindle their romance and, luckily for him, she was willing to try again. Making things official, Max then asked Jess to be his girlfriend, later revealing his true feelings for his co-star.
He told her: "You're one of the funniest girls I have ever met, you make me laugh without even having to say a word. I can't thank you enough for having the strength to take me back after everything, I'm so grateful... Hand on heart, I wouldn't want to walk out of here with anyone else apart from you, Jessica Rabbit."
Taking the Love Island title, the pair were voted the winning couple by the public, beating newly engaged couple Hannah Elizabeth and Jon Clark who came in second.
Lauren Richardson and Josh Ritchie followed in third, with Luis Morrison and Cally Jane Beech finishing fourth.
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