Love Island’s husband and wife duo, presenter Laura Whitmore and narrator Iain Stirling, have finally settled in Mallorca, ahead of the hit show’s new run.
Season eight of the hit ITV show will kick off on Monday June 6th and it is expected to be the most exciting season yet.
The pair looked generally cool and laid back as they arrived in Palma de Mallorca.
Laura, 37, rocked a matching blue tracksuit which she wore with a black print t-shirt underneath. She paired the look with Nike trainers, a black handbag and aviator sunglasses as she held what looked like a baby blanket, suggesting the couple’s 14-month-old daughter made the trip with them .
Iain, 37, wore a blue denim jacket over a black outfit and wore cool glasses for his arrival with his wife and child.
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Excitement is building for the latest series of Love Island, and it will see a host of sexy new singles step into the famous Mallorcan villa, including Michael Owen’s daughter Gemma Owen.
The villa should be new and improved, with a new layout for the bedroom, lounge chairs in the pool and an oversized fire pit.
Laura is said to have landed a whopping £500,000 deal to host the upcoming series, which announced its new competitors on Monday May 30.
Meanwhile, Iain appeared on Lorraine This Morning to reveal an exciting new change to the Love Island format.
Speaking to guest host Christine Lampard, Iain revealed that, for the first time ever, viewers of the show will be able to decide the first couples, by voting on the Love Island app.
He said: “Christine, as you know, I’ve never given any information, but I’m coming to you right now with a big exclusive. We’re mixing things up this year…Can I tell you? “
“So basically this year, for the very first year, we want you to be home to play Cupid. And you’ll have a say in which boy pairs up with which girl.
“All you have to do is go to the Love Island app and decide who you want to pair up with.”
Changes for the new series will see the brand new villa and food challenges being dropped – but those aren’t the only ones being made.
The show’s producer, Mike Spencer, has confirmed that the sex will be shown again after a blackout ban appeared to be introduced last year.
He explained that each intimate moment shared between the islanders will be handled on a case-by-case basis and will mostly be part of the final edit.
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