Love Island's Tom Clare moves in with Casey O'Gorman after Samie Elishi split

While Love Island star Tom Clare may have moved on from Samie Elishi, he has made one lasting connection from the villa.

The 23-year-old has packed his bags and got a London pad with fellow islanders and friend, Casey O’Gorman.

On Instagram on Saturday, Tom shared a picture of a car jam-packed with suitcases and captioned the post: ‘Moving day. London > Barnsley. Let’s get it.’

He then shared a video of a thrilled-looking Casey making the most of their bachelor pad by dancing around the kitchen.

But it wasn’t all fun and games, as Tom filmed them going on the hunt for some household essentials at their local store.

After the toil of unpacking and shopping, Casey and Tom grabbed some bevs and made the most of the UK’s hottest day so far this year by chilling in Battersea Park.

It comes after Tom confirmed his split from Samie after reaching the Love Island finals and landing in third place.

In April, he wrote on Instagram: ‘I didn’t think I’d be writing this but me and Samie have gone our separate ways,’ he posted in a statement to his Instagram stories.

‘We are still on good terms, and I have nothing but love and respect for her.’

He added: ‘I’m gutted it’s come to an end, but I truly wish Samie the best.’

Samie, 22, had previously admitted that she only signed up for the show to gain exposure.

Speaking on former Love Islander Chloe Burrows’ new YouTube show, Chloe vs The World, the estate agent co-ordinator was asked if she went on the show to find love or for fame.

‘I’m going to be honest, mine was the second one. I didn’t expect to meet anyone,’ she said.

Casey, meanwhile, was in a romance with Rosie Seabrook in the villa, with their relationship ending one week after the show ended.

Love Island is available to stream on ITVX.

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