Tyler, who finished as the runner-up of Big Brother's 20th season, and Angela, who placed fourth that season, recently announced they've relocated from Los Angeles, CA to Hilton Head Island, SC, where they plan to put down roots for a while.
"HUGE NEWS! Bye bye LA, we moved... far! After one of the craziest months of all time, we're excited to finally share that we've moved to the place that brought us together in the first place," Tyler recently captioned a photo with Angela on Instagram of themselves standing on the beach with "HHI" written in the sand.
"We are now proud homeowners on the best island in the world."
Angela, a fitness model, grew up on Hilton Head Island, while Tyler worked there as a lifeguard before entering theBig Brother house in 2018.
Angela also announced their big news by sharing photos of the couple drinking wine in glasses that, when put together, read, "Home owners."
After falling in love on Big Brother's 20th season, the couple moved to Los Angeles together and started a jewelry line called Naut and Chain.
The pair discussed how their move back to Hilton Head came about in a vlog entry posted to their YouTube channel.
A little over three months ago, Tyler showed Angela a pop-up ad on his phone in jest of a huge, beautiful house on Hilton Head Island that would cost them less than their pricey pad in Los Angeles.
Seeing such value and potential got the "gears turning" in their minds, especially since the lease on their apartment was about to be up.
I was like, 'Damn, I would move back to Hilton Head if we can get that house! And we were like, 'Okay, well, let's see what we can get pre-approved for,'" Angela shared, adding that she and Tyler eventually found out they could maybe afford the home.
Tyler said it seemed like "a no-brainer to have a place to call our own in a place that we know like the back of our hand."
The pair therefore put an offer in, but unfortunately, it was rejected.
"We were heartbroken but then another house popped up while we were in Greece. We were about a month away from needing to move and didn't have a place to move to," Angela recalled.
"And this beautiful home -- even more beautiful than the one that we had originally fallen in love with... at a much better [price popped up]."
Angela and Tyler jumped on the opportunity given real estate on the island is hot, and so Angela sent her parents to go look at the house for them. The couple then put an offer in without seeing the home themselves.
By the time Angela and Tyler returned to Los Angeles, their offer had been accepted.
Two weeks before moving, however, the couple's loan package was not accepted. Their anxiety was sky-high because there was no "Plan B."
The couple therefore decided to just pack up their belongings as if the house already belonged to them, and then six days before their L.A. lease was up, Angela and Tyler's mortgage was approved.
"It was the best feeling ever," Angela noted. "We bought this place sight unseen... That was the most millennial thing we've ever done... It made more sense to have our homebase where it's easy living."
Angela and Tyler plan to put their own personal touches on the house going forward, and they couldn't be happier.
Now that Angela and Tyler have a home together, an engagement is likely on the horizon.
Earlier this month, Tyler told The Bachelor star Ben Higgins on his new Facebook Watch series, Back to Reality, that he can see his relationship with Angela going all the way "to the moon."
"I feel very humbled nowadays because it worked out so well for me," Tyler said. "I just feel very, very lucky. I am a very happy person these days, and I am very thankful for all of it."
Nicknamed "Tangela," the pair revealed to Entertainment Weekly one year ago they hadn't spent a day apart since Big Brother ended in Summer 2018, with Angela adding at the time she couldn't stand to be away from Tyler for more than a few hours at a time.