The reality star, 26, admits her relationship with Toby, 22, has 'matured' since they found love in the villa and those who believe it's 'too soon' for the pair to be living together have 'forgotten' how intense the ITV2 dating series is.
In an exclusive interview, Chloe confessed to judging previous Love Island contestants for crying on the show but now she understands the reasons Islanders become so emotionally invested.
'I have never lived with a boyfriend': Chloe Burrows says it's 'easy' living with Toby Aromolaran after they met on Love Island – and they agreed to move in together as soon as the show ended
Chloe told MailOnline: 'I have never lived with a boyfriend before but don't forget we lived in really intense conditions all summer, we were together 24/7 – this is nothing.
'This is very easy; there has been no adjustment period because we're so used to being around each other.
'People have the assumption that it's a bit 'too soon' but they forget how intense Love Island is – I can never explain it to someone, until you've been in it you don't get it. I remember watching it and thinking why are they crying on week one?
'We wanted to move in together sooner. We came straight off Love Island and started looking at flats. It just took us a while to find the right one.'
'We lived in really intense conditions': The reality star says those who believe it's 'too soon' for herself and Toby to be living together have 'forgotten' how intense the ITV2 dating series is
The former marketing specialist explained herself and semi-professional footballer Toby felt it was important to move forward in their relationship and commit to each other fully.
She added: 'A lot of people start by talking online but we started talking face to face and we were living together 24/7 so we're still adjusting to texting and calling.
'In any other circumstance it would be a big step but it's a natural thing for us to do – it makes sense, why would we go from living together for months and being in a relationship for quite a long time to then not?
'Beforehand we were living out of suitcases and going between Bicester and Essex, and it was hard to find time together because of travel. We're still so, so busy but now we know we're going home to the same place, which is really nice.'
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