Paige Turley and Finn Tapp document 10 mile cycle as Love Island winners isolate together in Scotland

Finn Tapp melted hearts when it was revealed that he drove six hours up to Scotland to isolate with girlfriend Paige Turley for the coronavirus lockdown.

The Love Island winners have been documenting their time together in Paige’s native Scotland, including a 10 mile cycle they did.

Clad in matching back workout ensembles, Paige and Finn used their allocated one form of exercise outside for the day to head on a lengthy bike ride.

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Finn, 20, snapped a picture of the pair on their bikes as he wrote: “Exercise for the day. 10 miles with @paige_turley”, followed by a love heart emoji.

Paige, 22, shared a video of the pair, as she cycled ahead of Finn and told him to smile as she filmed him.

However, the blonde beauty almost had an accident as she held up her phone to film and let out a small shriek as she balanced herself.

Paige and Finn have barely left each other's side since they were crowned winners of the ITV2 reality show at the end of February, and now they've proved their love for one another is solid after temporarily moving in together during the coronavirus outbreak.

While the pair are safely isolating together, it hasn't stopped them from working hard, as they have been keeping their socials updated promoting their brand partnerships.

Paige filmed herself going through her favourite make-up products that she has been sent by online beauty site Look Fantastic, who were one of the official sponsors of winter Love Island.

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She filmed herself opening MAC products and going through the discounts the brand are offering while people are in self-isolation.

The couple also came together to put their support behind ITV's Britain Get Talking campaign which is encouraging people to talk to each other while checking in on their mental health.

Finn said: "As I'm sure you're all aware we're going to be spending a lot more time at home over the next few weeks. For some it will be a lot more difficult than others.

Paige added: "Please phone relatives and loved ones and keep talking. Keep talking guys."

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