Love Island's Rebecca Gormley and boyfriend Biggs Chris jet off on a romantic break

LOVE Island alumni Rebecca Gormley and Biggs Chris proved they're totally in-sync with matching his and hers tracksuits as they started their holiday in style.

The cute couple were seen arriving at Newcastle Airport clad in Adidas sportswear, with model Rebecca, 22, plumping for an abs-flashing crop top and leggings.

She covered up with a sports jacket from the brand, which was almost identical to Biggs', as they were dropped off at arrivals.

Both paid heed to the COVID-19 regulations and wore face masks as they wheeled their identical suitcases inside – yet it was clear they were having a giggle.

Biggs was seen pointing to something inside the terminal which clearly left the brunette in stitches.

The pair began their holiday vibes early after being seen heading for dinner in Newcastle last night.

Their break comes after a hugely rocky time for the couple, following their exit from Love Island's South Africa villa earlier this year.

They first hit a rocky patch when Rebecca was accused of leaving a party with fellow Love Island star, Michael Griffiths.

Biggs later told The Sun Online that she “f***ed up” on a “drunk” night out but he’d forgiven her.

Yet this month, The Sun Online exclusively reported how their romance had been called into question again when Biggs, 28, was caught messaging another woman.

The Sun revealed Biggs had exchanged messages with hot healthcare assistant Caitlin Fulton and had even promised to take the brunette away on holiday after lockdown ended.

Caitlin told The Sun Online that she had no idea that the car repair specialist from Glasgow had a girlfriend – and was shocked to see photos of him snogging Rebecca.

“We’d been messaging back and forth after he followed me on Instagram and we’d talked about going away when lockdown ended, to a holiday cottage or a lodge somewhere in the UK,” says Caitlin.

“He even left me a voicenote saying that coming down to see me ‘sounded good’." Biggs did not reply to a request for comment on the claims.

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