The Love Island stars have stayed together since leaving the villa, but have refrained from flaunting their romance on social media – meaning they are often questioned by fans if they’re still together.
“I think the trick is to enjoy things as they are now, and that builds a strong foundation for the future,” the 27 year old added to MailOnline.
Camilla also revealed that her family and friends “really like” Jamie, and they continue to support one another since leaving the villa – especially when Jamie opened up about his battle with depression.
She continued: “He is great at bringing that up and asking those questions [about mental health]. He is going to make a huge difference. He has my absolute full support.”
Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow are dressed to impress as they attend International Day Of The Girl Gala together [Instagram ]
The bomb disposal expert also explained what makes their relationship so strong is having their own interests.
On some occasions during Love Island, Camilla got emotional as she revealed her insecurities, saying she didn’t “feel good enough” for the Calvin Klein model.
But Jamie is apparently very good at perking up his other half.Camilla Thurlow said Jamie is good at ‘cheering her up’
She said: “Any woman might feel great for 12 hours in the day, but then in the evening you don’t feel great about yourself. It’s a very normal thing. To give Jamie his due – he is very good at making me feel good.”
Despite taking an alternative route [Camilla is now a video journalist, working with HuffPost UK] to her co-stars since leaving the villa, she hasn’t ruled out appearing on reality TV again.
But the brunette beauty said she “would want to know how it’s edited” if she were to return.
It comes weeks after Camilla and Jamie were faced with split rumours, when fans became concerned the duo hadn’t been sharing frequent photos of one another on social media.