Love Island couple Megan Barton Hanson and Wes Nelson went to get a last minute piercing before the new series of Dancing On Ice comes to TV and Megan was rejoicing in the pain that Wes may have to endure.
Looking nervous in the chair, Wes wasn’t full of the bravado that was apparent in the Love Island villa during the summer, which helped him couple up with Megan.
Now, over six months later, they are still together and Megan was clearly revelling in watching Wes get both ears pierced.
The 20-year-old, who will be skating back onto our screens when Dancing On Ice returns to ITV in the new year, was clearly apprehensive about what to expect.
Captioning a video on her Instagram story to her 1.8 million followers, the 24-year-old former glamour model wrote: "Last min ear piercing for princess"
Speaking on the video, she looked to reassure her beau that everything will be okay.
Megan said: "Wes is getting his ears pierced.
"You can see the fear, the sweating, don’t worry."
The following video on her Instagram story shows two assistants approaching Wes as they looked to pierce his ears simultaneously.
Megan captioned it, "Brave boy," but her gentle bantering soon turned into mock disappointment when Wes sailed through it.
In a mock shocked voice, Megan said: "Didn’t even flinch the little s***. Didn’t hurt did it?"
This could be a finishing touch to Wes, who is among the favourites to win the TV ice skating competition.
A video posted on this Instagram story before Christmas reveals that Wes is a long way past trying to stay upright on the ice and confirms why his professional ice skating partner Vanessa Bauer has said that he will go a long way into the competition.
Spinning Vanessa around, she lifts her legs off the floor as Wes gathers momentum while keeping it all under control.
There will be some inner pleasure from the pro skater as she was getting worried that Wes was not focusing enough on training, after he opted to go on holiday instead of buckling down.
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