Too Hot To Handle’s Francesca And Harry Get Cheeky Matching Tattoos

They're staying strong.

After appearing on Netflix’s latest dating show, Too Hot To Handle, two of the stars have immortalised their relationship in the form of matching tattoos.

Francesca Farago and Harry Jowsey had a tumultuous time on the show, but seem to now be stronger than ever. They showed off their new tattoos on Instagram, which was revealed to be matching lightning bolts.


However, you may be wondering what the meaning behind the bolt is. Well, it won’t surprise you to know that it’s a bit of a cheeky reason.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Francesca explained that they were inspired by the Yoni Puja workshop with a relationship expert called Shan.

She said: “There was a challenge where I had to draw him a painting,

“It was supposed to be my vagina, but it was like an interpretation of what I saw. I put little lightning bolts all over it, so it just kind of represented our experience as a whole together.”

This isn’t Francesca’s first couple tattoo.

View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Thomas Wesley (@diplo) on

The Sun reports that the Canadian beauty’s inside lip tattoo is the name of an ‘important ex-lover’. This may or may not be from when she dated popular DJ, Diplo.

View this post on Instagram

@613tomo tonight ???

A post shared by TOO HOT TO HANDLE (@francescafarago) on

Diplo has previously dated women like Katy Perry and Kate Hudson, so Francesca is in good company.

Her new love interest, Harry, also caused a stir on the island.

However, we were shocked to find out that he has already appeared on a dating show – and won it?!

The 23-year-old managed to pocket half of the prize money from New Zealand dating show, Heartbreak Island, which was an eye-watering $100,000 (£79,900).

Harry appeared on the show in 2018 with his ex, Georgia Bryers. The basic premise of the show was that a load of contestants lived in a villa in Fiji together, simultaneously competing in a series of challenges…. as couples.


Sadly, their romance wasn’t to be, and the pair split fairly quickly after the show wrapped up. In a statement, Heartbreak Island said: “One of the few pairs who shared a romantic bond, rather than just a strategic one, their relationship gave them the upper hand they needed to win,

“Sadly however, since the show wrapped back in February, the lovebirds haven’t been able to keep their romance alive,

“An altercation earlier in the Heartbreak season seemed to mark the beginning of the end. Georgia felt that Harry hadn’t supported her, and attempted to make him jealous in retaliation,

“Despite saying that it made them stronger, the public argument seemed to be their downfall. They pulled together to see the season through, but called it quits shortly after leaving Fiji.”

Featured image credit: Netflix