Wes Nelson opens up on how his relationship with Arabella Chi is surviving as they isolate together

Wes Nelson has opened up on how he and girlfriend Arabella Chi are handling isolation together.

The 22 year old met Arabella, 29, shortly after she left the Love Island villa last summer, and quickly hit it off.

But their relationship is now being put to the test as they isolate together during the current coronavirus crisis.

Speaking about their time in isolation together exclusively to OK! online, Wes said: "It's been alright.

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"It's hard to get out at the moment, isn't it? We’re just trying to do our piece of exercise a day.

"We spend a lot of time with each other anyway so it's been okay to self-isolate because it's pretty much what we have been doing anyway, it's the same as before but we're just not getting out and about."

However, they are managing to keep fit during their time in quarantine, as he continued: "We’re just going on runs and walks, walking around the garden. If we go for a run we'll take the dog with us."

Giving advice to fans who are too tempted to sit in front of of TV during downtime, he added: "We're just chilling really, we're just taking it easy, not planning too much. We actually have days when we don't turn on the television, it just makes you feel so slobby.

"You feel like less of a couch potato so I've been turning the TV off when I'm on my laptop working on property and different bits of business and investments, and I just feel so much more productive.

"Literally by the time I get to 11 o'clock at night I realise I’ve just spent the whole day absolutely caning work and I've been so productive, so just turning the TV off and getting fresh air and really being productive and learning a new skill and just focussing on your own self development."

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The former Dancing On Ice contestant has also kept busy by creating hilarious TikTok videos to entertain himself and his fans during the isolation period.

Wes has given tips to those hoping to become popular on the social media platform, saying: "You've got to put some effort into it.

"You've got to make sure it's just funny. You've got to think it through, make it funny, but you've also got to keep it simple.

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"Look at the trends that are successful at the moment, because they're the things that are going to blow up, and just let yourself go.

"Be silly with it, it's fun at the end of the day, Tik Tok is a very fun, careless app and I think people just need to let themselves go.

"Don't take it too serious, don't be grimacing your teeth when you're trying to bust out a dance, just smile and let it go."

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