Tasha Ghouri plans move abroad with Andrew Le Page and praises his ‘acceptance’

Love Island star Tasha Ghouri has expressed hopes to move abroad with her boyfriend, Andrew Le Page.

The pair, who recently met King Charles and Queen Camilla at Windsor Castle, have been together since meeting and finishing fourth position on the popular dating show Love Island last year.

And while the pair are currently renting together in East London, 24 year old model Tasha, whose dad Tarek lives in Spain and her brother in Australia, is hoping to swap out UK's chilly weather for sunnier climes.

Speaking to The Sun during Deaf Awareness Week, Tasha said: "We'd definitely love to move abroad at some point, maybe when we're a bit older, in our late 30s or 40s. We do want to have our first home in the countryside here somewhere on the outskirts of London.

"We'd love to move abroad at some point because I feel like you want that sunshine."

Tasha, who grew up with a cochlear implant after she was born deaf in both ears, also went on to gush about her boyfriend, Andrew and his acceptance of her needs.

"He's adapted amazingly. Sometimes he'll change my batteries for me. If I'm so tired and fall asleep on the sofa, he completely understands," she said. He understands the headaches I deal with, and he's there for me. He knows I've grown up with this for years, ever since I was born, he knows that I'm quite independent in that area, and he knows how to support that. He's been so accepting."

This comes after Tasha candidly recalled "lashing out" as a child while coming to terms with her differences.

She told OK!: "As a teenager, you're trying to figure out who you are as a person and on top of that, I'm having to deal with this whole situation, my deafness, figuring out my identity and who I was as a person.

"I went to a normal school, so I was always comparing myself in a negative way, I always lashed out to my parents and would say, 'why did you do this to me?', I was in a very negative mental headspace."

Continuing to detail the detrimental effect this had on her parents, Tarek and Nicky, Tasha recalled: "It got to the point where my parents would even cry together and blame themselves."

Despite a tumultuous childhood coming to terms with her deafness, the star found a safe haven in dance, now seeing her disability as a 'gift'.


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