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Bachelor in Paradise star Keira McGuire makes romance with Love Island star Matt Zukowski 'Instagram official'

Bachelor in Paradise star Keira McGuire makes romance with Love Island star Matt Zukowski 'Instagram official'

Bachelor in Paradise ‘villain’ Keira McGuire has finally made her romance ‘Instagram official’ with Love Island’s Matt Zukowski.

The polarising couple both took to the platform to share love-up snaps with their combined 258,000 following.

Referencing their respective roles on The Bachelor Australia and Love Island, McGuire captioned her photo “went on the wrong show... but doesn’t matter, I found you.”

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The pair reportedly met at a rooftop bar in Melbourne earlier this year and began dating in May.

Speaking to Confidential, the 34-year-old claimed both had no idea who the other was when they met.

“He wanted to talk to me over Instagram and I don’t like small chat,” she said.

“So I was like, ‘here is my number, if you want to catch up, let me know’. Then he texted me to go to coffee.

“I think we both knew when we met each other that we were like pretty much together.

“We both went into the relationship not wanting to be in a relationship and next thing we are hanging out every single day.”

Rumours of a romance swirled following paparazzi photos of the couple, but McGuire was sworn to secrecy until her departure from Bachelor in Paradise aired last night.

Despite this, the blonde beauty posted a cheeky leak to her own Instagram Story last week with the caption “Also I don’t need the show to find love” with a mystery man, believed to be 25-year-old Zukowski.

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But today, the couple are free to flaunt their relationship on social media — and the reality star says their ‘villain’ tags actually helped them bond.

“We are both very polarising people,” McGuire joked to Confidential.

“Obviously I have found someone who is as into themself as much as I am.

“It is actually good because it is a common ground.”