This morning we made our way to Westfield Shopping Centre to meet up with one of the best looking couples in TV history - The Only Way Is Essex's Mario Falcone and Lucy Mecklenburgh.
The TOWIE lovebirds were opening a replica of Rose's cabin in Titanic - you know the one, it's where Jack - Leonardo DiCaprio - draws Kate Winslet's character totally starkers.
This was all going on to celebrate the release of Titanic on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D.
And before you ask - no, Lucy was not in the buff.
We caught up with them as they took a break from all the Titanic-based fun.
Here's what they had to say:
How are the wedding plans going?
Lucy: We haven’t started planning yet, but we’re going to start soon. We said we were going to plan my 21st birthday party first; that was 24 August so now we can get started on the wedding plans. We’re really excited.
Have you set a date yet?
Mario: We’re thinking it will be a couple of years.
Lucy: That way we can really plan it – every little detail, so it’s amazing.
Have you had any thoughts about the dress yet?
Lucy: I haven’t – I’ve always said I want lace, but I don’t know what kind of dress. Everyone’s told me – especially your sister (Mario’s sister Giovanna recently married McFly singer Tom Fletcher) – the dress you have in mind is never the one you go for. So I’m just going to keep an open mind for now and try on everything.
Is there anyone from TOWIE that won’t be getting an invite?
Lucy: No, everyone’s invited – I don’t care.
Mario: Diags isn’t coming.
Any reason why he’s not invited?
Mario: He’s not my friend.
Lucy: We only want people there that we’re close to.
So is everything OK with Sam Faiers and Joey Essex now?
Both: Yeah, fine.
Mario: I actually spoke to Joey yesterday.
And how about Lauren Goodger – are you friends?
Lucy: We were never friends – we’re civil and we say hello but we’re not friends.
Who do you think is the most annoying person on the show?
Mario: Little Chris by far.
Lucy: But in a funny way.
Mario: He’s so funny – I’ve known him for so many years. He’s the most inappropriate person in the world.
Lucy: He doesn’t think about anything before it comes out of his mouth. You don’t see [on the show] a lot of the stuff he does either!
Mario: It’s much worse.
Lucy: It’s carefully edited!
Was there ever any chance he wasn’t going to be your best man Mario?
Mario: For a little while we didn’t speak too much, so it felt a bit weird asking him to be best man. But he’s definitely best man now. Him and obviously my sister’s husband Tom. Ricky [Rayment] is still hoping there’s a chance. I was like, ‘no way.’
Lucy: No way!
What can we expect from the new series of TOWIE?
Lucy: There have been changes in producers so it’s going to be a bit different this series. We’re really excited about filming actually. We had a meeting last week with the new chief executive. She’s really lovely and I think it’s going to be amazing this series.
Can we expect to see any new faces this series?
Lucy: We never know. Even Mario was only told 24 hours before he came on the show. Even if people have been picked for the show, they won’t know about it yet.
There have been a lot of rumours about people leaving the show – do you know anything about that yet?
Mario: Same with that – we never really know. There’s a new producer so there’s a whole new concept. She’s not going to just come in and start getting rid of people; she’s going to see how people adapt to her way. That’s what I’d have thought anyway.
But you two are definitely going to be in the new series.
Lucy: Oh yeah.
Would you guys want to have your own spin off show like Mark Wright and Amy Childs?
Mario: We’ve never really thought about it to be honest. We really love TOWIE and we’re part of TOWIE. So until there comes a day when we think we’ve had enough of TOWIE, it’s not really something we’d consider.
Lucy: The thing is we’re really happy and we enjoy it so I don’t think so; not at the moment.
Did you see Mark Wright’s Hollywood Nights?
Lucy: No we didn’t.
Have you ever been sent anything weird by a fan?
Lucy: I don’t get creepy things, I get lovely things. Girls make me collages and I’ve got them up in my shop. For my birthday I got lots of presents and flowers – lovely things.
Mario: Mine are a bit more seedy when I do personal appearances. I get things thrown at me on stage.
Are we talking about underpants?
Lucy: You never told me that!
Mario: That present I got you last week; where do you think I got it from? I’m joking.
What’s your favourite thing about each other?
Mario: Where shall I start? I like Lucy’s laugh.
Lucy: No. My laugh’s the worst thing about me – you’ve literally chosen the worst thing about me. My hyena laugh – I was called hyena at school.
Lucy: Erm, I don’t know. I like that Mario’s Italian, but I don’t know if that’s my favourite thing.
Is there anything you’d change about each other if you could?
Mario: Lucy’s dry feet.
Lucy: Oh my god, Mario!
Mario: The bottom of her feet are really dry.
Lucy: That’s the top result when you search for me on Google – Lucy’s feet.
Mario: Lucy’s crusty feet!
Lucy: There are websites of my feet; foot fetish sites.
Mario: People love crusty feet.
Lucy: Mario’s got some really bad things about him, so now he’s shared mine I might share his!
Mario: Go on then, because I’ve got plenty more on you.
Lucy: Actually, I don’t want to be horrible.
Mario: Would you change the fact that I’m always right?
Lucy: He says that every day. ‘Oh, what’s that Lucy? I’m always right?’ He always has to be right.
Titanic is out on Blu-ray & Blu-ray 3D on 10 September, from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.