Married At First Sight UK couple Matt and Dan have decided to set up home together in Dan's native Northern Ireland.
The pair were matched on the most recent series, which finished last week, and instantly hit it off, although there were question marks over whether they could make it work with Matt living in Leeds.
In last night's reunion show the couple said that they have been splitting their time between Northern Ireland and England, but now Matt has revealed that he has decided to move permanently across the Irish Sea.
"We've been going between Northern Ireland and Leeds and we're in County Antrim at the moment, but the plan is we are actually going to be finding somewhere to live and moving in together properly in the New Year, here in County Antrim," he said on today's This Morning.
"I'm moving - I'm making the move, we are going to be settling here!"
He continued: "It's actually not even that far away, the flight is only half an hour from Belfast to Leeds.
"We're going to be going back and forth a little bit and we've been doing that already - all my friends and family are really supportive, they love Dan as well and are just so happy for me."
Matt and Dan are just one of two couples to still be together after the series has ended, with Adam and Tayah having gone on to get engaged for real.