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Love Island: Two new couples share their FIRST KISS tonight

Relationships are heating up inside the villa.

From ITV Studios

On tonight’s Love Island, viewers will watch on as two budding new romances will blossom.

Kicking things off are new favourite couple Amber and Greg.

The Irish rugby player has caught Amber’s eye after their adorable date, and Amber chose to recouple with the wannabe-solicitor during the most recent re-coupling.


Greg has made no secret of the fact that he fancies Amber, and speaking with Anna, Francesca and Harley, Greg explains how he wants to take things slow and not put too much pressure on Amber. 

However, the girls think it’s time Greg turned up the heat and made his move. 

Anna says: “She wants you to kiss her.”

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Reflecting in the Beach Hut, Greg reveals: “It was nice to hear advice from Amber’s friends and I’ll take it onboard. It’s nice that everyone cares and everyone is backing me and Amber as a couple.”

When the Islanders head to bed and it looks like Greg is ready to make his move.

The couple share a cheeky snog under the covers, as the rest of the islanders drift to sleep. 

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Another brand new couple in the villa are Harley and Chris. Ever since the recoupling, they have been getting to know one another.

Chris asks Harley for a chat. Chris says “You’re actually a lot of things that I look for in a girl.”

“I’m not very good at telling people I fancy them. But I am pretty good at showing them. Are you a spontaneous person?” he asks.

Harley replies “Yes,” signaling Chris to make his move.

The pair then lock lips as the rest of the villa watches on.

Love Island continues on Sunday night at 9pm on Virgin Media Two.

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