THE former Love Island couple dressed up as Ghostbusters and gave a look inside their Halloween home transformation.
Love Island's season two winners, Cara De La Hoyde-Massey and Nathan Massey took to Instagram dressed as Ghostbusters to share their Halloween home makeover.
The Twenty-nine-year-old carpenter could be seen entering the stunning home as he walked through the front door decorated with a witch-themed Halloween wreath, where he found a ghoulish looking figure looking down from the landing.
Nathan shouted to his children as he ascended the stairs, he then quipped "This is too scary for me," as a small figure dressed as a witch could be seen trotting across the landing.
The star's children Freddie-George and Delilah joined in on the fun, making appearances in the clip alongside their former-glamour model mum.
Upon entering the living room, Nathan was spooked by the rest of his family as Cara announced their Halloween party, where the family then grooved to the 'Monster Mash'.
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The home was decorated with everything from a neon pumpkin light, blow up ghost and spiderwebs.
Posting the clip to Instagram, Cara captioned the post: "Spooky season is here 🎃
"We could not resist getting our own back & scarring Nathan 👻
"Of course with some help & everything we needed from @veryuk 💁🏻♀️
The Love Island golden couple, shared the purchase of their home back in 2018, when they wrote on Instagram: "Today mummy & daddy bought a house."
For their first home the pair opted for a luxurious grey, cream and beige colour scheme.
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The pad boasts an array of cosy throws, cushions, striking wall art andeven a bath tub that is so big it has steps leading up to it.
The home is a calming family abode that the couple have made their own, with Cara often taking to Instagram to share snaps of the place.
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