ZARA McDermott revealed the secret tattoo she got in tribute to Sam Thompson when they were broken up.
The Love Island star, 24, recently reunited with the Made In Chelsea star, 28, after she cheated on him last year.
Zara showed off the tattoo of a crescent moon and a star on her ankle, which she got for her boyfriend Sam.
She captioned the pic: "I got this little tat a while back. I got it for Sam.
"'i love you more than the moons and the stars'"
Sam also paid tribute to his girlfriend on Instagram – but turned off comments after admitting he's worried what people think.
The picture shows Sam – dressed in a black jumper – cuddling up to Zara, who has her arms wrapped around him.
He captioned the pic: "I love you, and when I’m with you I feel like I’m on a nimbus 2000…that’s all I need to know ?❤️"
They declared their love for each other earlier this week as they celebrated Zara's birthday.
Sam set up a huge cinema screen in his back garden with a black chalkboard saying they are going to watch The Notebook.
Zara shared a snap of them sitting beside the cinema screen and another of them kissing.
She captioned the pics: "The best birthday I could ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever have wished for in my whole life ?❤️
"I love you Sammy. Having you by my side forever is the only gift i wanted. There is no gift money could buy that could ever top this gift that you have given me. You. You are my moon and all my stars."
The couple split in September after she cheated during X Factor: Celebrity last year.
Sam and Zara reportedly got back together at the beginning of November, but have only just gone public with their reignited romance.
Last month, Zara was seen sneaking out of his house at 9am.
Zara was pictured in an oversized purple hoodie, which looked similar to one Sam wore to an event in April last year.
The former Love Islander had been sharing a number of throwback pictures of her and Sam together in a bid to remind him of how happy they were.
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