A former Love Island winner and her Premier League footballer boyfriend have been celebrating their anniversary in style in Kent.
Dani Dyer and West Ham United winger Jarrod Bowen - who didn't make it into the England World Cup squad - enjoyed a "date night" at The Cave Hotel, near Faversham.
In an Instagram post, Dani shared a snap of the happy couple with the caption: “One year of loving you.. Happy anniversary baby.. Your the boyfriend I’ve always dream of having.. grateful for someone as kind and special as you.”
The mum-of-one shared more pictures of their stay, showing off the food and their hotel room, saying: “Lovely date night & lots of food.. the way to my heart,”
Jarrod and Dani were all smiles as they enjoyed their special night together at The Cave, which has become a celeb hotspot since opening three years ago.
They tucked into dinner at the hotel, enjoying Korean-style food in their luxurious surroundings.
The couple were reported to have started dating last year, and football fans soon showed their approval with a cheeky chant about the couple.
Dani - the daughter of actor Danny Dyer - shot to fame after winning Love Island in 2018 with Jack Fincham, who has also stayed at The Cave.
The father and daughter appeared on an episode of Eastenders together in 2021.
But Dani is famous in her own right, with an Instagram following of 3.6 million.
Meanwhile, Jarrod rose up the ranks from non-league Hereford to West Ham, via a spell at Hull City. He made his England debut earlier this year in a loss against Hungary.
The Cave Hotel in Boughton, near Faversham, has regularly attracted celebrity interest with stars such as Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson and glamour model Katie Price being snapped at the luxury resort.
It opened in 2019 after a £12 million investment and has grown steadily ever since.
However, when it recently launched a licensing bid, it came under fire from villagers who claimed the hotel’s actions were keeping them up at night.
Many claim the "loud and throbbing" music from the venue keeps them up at night - even half-a-mile away - with one saying their house "seems to shake”.
But this didn’t stop the bid from being granted.
CEO and co-owner of the business, Johnathan Callister, sympathised with residents’ complaints, emphasising that under the new licence the hotel would limit the noise it puts out.
“One of our key components to the hotel is that we give people a good night’s sleep,” he said.
“If you are providing music until one in the morning you will not do that.”
Mr Callister added that an emergency number had been set up to raise concerns over noise, and residents had been invited to email his directly with complaints.