Ekin-Su Culculoglu wants Italy move with Davide Sanclimenti when 'older and had kids'

Ekin-Su Culculoglu wants to move to Italy with Davide Sanclimenti one day credit:Bang Showbiz
Ekin-Su Culculoglu wants to move to Italy with Davide Sanclimenti one day credit:Bang Showbiz

Ekin-Su Culculoglu wants to move to Italy with Davide Sanclimenti - when they are older and have had kids.

The ‘Love Island’ winners want to settle down in the "romantic" country when they have crossed off several milestones, after they visited his home nation in their new ITV2 two-part series, ‘Ekin-Su Davide: Homecomings'.

The 28-year-old actress told new! magazine: “I just loved how romantic Italy was, especially where Davide’s from. If I was older, retired, had kids and they’d all grown up, I’d go to his hometown.

“It was beautiful. Italian culture is exactly the same as Turkish – family means everything. All the family are very loving, they love Davide, they love to see me. I really felt a part of the family and I miss them. I felt very looked after.”

Davide admitted to having “felt the same” in Ekin-Su's homeland, Turkey.

He said: “I felt the same when I was in Turkey.”

The ‘Dancing on Ice’ star spilled that her family “love” her man - unlike her other boyfriends - and see him as a “good guy”.

Ekin-Su said: “My family love him so much. My mum never approved of any boyfriend until now, she said, 'Davide’s a lovely, good guy.' My mum can see through people.

"We know we’re good for each other, we’re well-suited, so if he sees me as wife material, that’s good. I can definitely see him as a husband guy, so if it’s going to happen, it’ll happen.”

Davide agreed, admitting his girlfriend is "wife material".

The loved-up couple revealed their ITV2 two-part series will show them being “more understanding”.

Davide said: “You’ll probably see us close to each other, more understanding also. I understand her more since I’ve been to her country and met her family.”

Ekin-Su said: “We’ve actually improved on communication recently. If something was bothering him, he’ll say and I’ll listen, and vice versa. Then we meet in the middle and solve the problem.”