Love Island star Luke Trotman finds love after Siannise split and gets a new puppy

LOVE Island star Luke Trotman has found love following his split from Siannise Fudge.

The former footballer is dating a stunning Australian – and the pair have already got a puppy together.

The news will come as a surprise to fans as Luke and Siannise got a dog, named Nala, just a couple of months before their split.

Sharing the news of his new pup, who he has named Tequila, Luke posted a series of pictures, which his famous pals rushed to comment on.

His new partner also shared pictures with the dog, who already has its own Instagram account.

Luke and Siannise dated for almost two years after meeting on the 2020 winter edition of Love Island.

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Their break up came as a surprise to their fans as they appeared happy in their home and with Nala.

They moved together in last spring and were full of excitement at what lay ahead.

Siannise wrote at the time: "We did it! Today myself and @luketroytrotman moved into our apartment and we love it.

"I feel so overwhelmed, this is something I have always wanted and it reminds me of how far we have both come. I'm excited for our next chapter in London and going on lots of adventures with my best friend, I love you."

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Siannise recently enjoyed a break in St Lucia alongside male model Chris Beviere, but insists she is currently single.

She currently looks after Nala and recently revealed she no longer speaks to anyone from the show.

"I'm actually not [in contact with anyone]," Siannise told fans. "There's no reason for it, I'd always say hi and catch up if I saw anyone.

"Everyone's got their own thing going on and I think lockdown all make us drift. I wish them all well regardless."

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