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Bachelor In Paradise's Kiki Morris reveals Ciarran Stott got her name tattooed to his wrist

Bachelor In Paradise’s Kiki Morris has shared more eyebrow-raising details about her whirlwind romance with Ciarran Stott.  

Speaking to the So Dramatic! podcast on Sunday, the 32-year-old revealed Ciarran, 26, had her name tattooed to his wrist on December 14, just days after they left Paradise as a couple. 

‘[Ciarran told me] I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo of you, basically since I met you… so I’ve got a space on my wrist that’s empty, I want to get your lips and your name tattooed on my wrist,” Kiki explained. 








What was he 'inking? Bachelor In Paradise's Kiki Morris, 32, (picgtured) has revealed Ciarran Stott, 26,got a tattoo of her name and lips just days after the finale - but quickly had it removed following their nasty split

Pictured: Ciarran Stott showing off his tattoo dedicated to Kiki

What was he ‘inking? Bachelor In Paradise’s Kiki Morris, 32, (left) has revealed Ciarran Stott, 26, (right) got a tattoo of her name and lips just days after the finale – but quickly had it removed following their nasty split

Ciarran, who moved into Kiki’s apartment immediately after leaving Paradise, requested that Kiki write her name and kiss a piece of paper with red lipstick to create the personalised inking.  

‘I was like, ‘I think this might be a little too quick, but whatever,” Kiki continued.

Unfortunately, Ciarran was forced to cover up the tattoo weeks later, as his relationship with Kiki came to an acrimonious end. 

Having regrets? Ciarran received the ill-fated ink on December 14 during a wild night out with Kiki in Sydney (pictured) - just weeks before they split

Having regrets? Ciarran received the ill-fated ink on December 14 during a wild night out with Kiki in Sydney (pictured) – just weeks before they split

Following their split, Kiki discovered Ciarran had covered up the tattoo in mid-January after noticing a ‘tell-tale sign’ in photos of him on Instagram. 

‘He had Glad wrap around the back of his wrists – so that was the tell-tale sign that he’d tattooed over it,’ she said on the podcast. 

‘And I zoomed right in and it looked like he’d just tattooed a big black blob over my lips and name!’ Kiki added.  

That's one way to hide it! Ciarran initially tried to cover the tattoos with beaded bracelets. Pictured is Ciarran (left) wearing bracelets to cover Kiki's tattoo on January 19

That’s one way to hide it! Ciarran initially tried to cover the tattoos with beaded bracelets. Pictured is Ciarran (left) wearing bracelets to cover Kiki’s tattoo on January 19

Tell-tale sight: Following their split, Kiki discovered Ciarran had covered up the tattoo after noticing he was wearing Glad wrap on his wrist on Instagram. Pictured is Ciarran wearing Glad wrap on his arm at a tattoo parlour on January 24

Tell-tale sight: Following their split, Kiki discovered Ciarran had covered up the tattoo after noticing he was wearing Glad wrap on his wrist on Instagram. Pictured is Ciarran wearing Glad wrap on his arm at a tattoo parlour on January 24 

Ciarran initially tried to cover the tattoos with beaded bracelets, before finally going under the needle to permanently remove Kiki’s memory from his body art collection on January 24. 

‘Being remind of my big juicy lips on his wrists was probably holding him back  from moving on with other girls,’ Kiki laughed. 

Later in the podcast, Kiki described the circumstances surrounding their split, explaining that things went south after she busted Ciarran chatting to his former love interest Tenille Favios behind her back.   

Blacking out the memories: Since splitting from Kiki, Ciarran has covered up Kiki's name and lips with a large, black tattoo. Pictured is Ciarran after having his tattoo covered

Blacking out the memories: Since splitting from Kiki, Ciarran has covered up Kiki’s name and lips with a large, black tattoo. Pictured is Ciarran after having his tattoo covered 

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