Love Island’s Faye Winter and Teddy Soares introduce fans to gorgeous new family member

FAYE Winter and Teddy Soares have introduced fans to a gorgeous new family member.

The Love Island stars took to Instagram to share some snaps of their golden retriever called Trista.

Faye, who is an ambassador for Guide Dogs UK, posted a couple of photos of their pooch on her story.

She also shared a short clip from a walk with Trista and Teddy.

The couple's new addition comes after fans were left convinced Teddy got down on one knee during a romantic break to Santorini.

Sharing a snap of them enjoying an intimate moment on a night out, Teddy declared, "Santorini was always a good idea."

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But fans were fixated on a diamond sparkler Faye wore on one of her fingers, thinking maybe the couple had got engaged.

While she wore the diamond on the middle finger of her left hand, it was something Faye said in the comments that really got people talking.

"Mum and dad," commented one fan, to which Faye replied, "I’m begging he ain't cooperating."

Another fan added: "Come on who else check their hand to see if Faye had the ring on her right finger."

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Meanwhile Faye has signed up for the upcoming series of Celebrity MasterChef, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

The star will be turning up the heat in the kitchen of the star-studded BBC series, and facing the judgement of judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode.

A source told The Sun: "Faye didn't hesitate to say yes when she was asked to do the series. She's a big fan of the show and it's a great next step for her to do a big flagship BBC series like this."

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