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Love Island 2021: Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran doing bits under the covers leaves viewers in stitches

Chloe and Toby appeared to enjoy a little action overnight (Picture: ITV)

Love Island got off to a frisky start tonight with scenes of Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran doing *something* suspicious under the covers.

The lovebirds are happily coupled up again after Toby had yet another change of heart and realised he still liked Chloe after previously moving on with Abigail Rawlings and then Mary Bedford in Casa Amor.

It seems the pair are making up for lost time as Sunday night’s episode opened with Chloe and Toby under the covers as fellow islander Faye Winter made a comment about the noise they were making.

While it was hard to tell exactly what was going on under the duvet, viewers had a pretty good idea.

‘Chloe and Toby are like rabbits,’ one viewer stated.

Another quipped: ‘So Toby and Chloe were doing up gripsology in the beginning of the episode?’

One other viewer joked: ‘At this point all the contestants are begging Love Island to send Chloe and Toby in the hideaway.’



However, Chloe insisted that nothing particularly X-rated happened that night as she told the girls during a chat on the terrace: ‘I didn’t graduate, just NVQ1. We haven’t even gone to NVQ2 yet.’

Hmm, sure girl.

She then said: ‘I don’t know how you guys do it, it’s so loud.’

An earlier preview revealed that Toby describes Chloe as ‘the one’ later in tonight’s episode.

‘I did what I did and then I realised, Chloe’s potentially the one,’ Toby says.

Chloe laughs: ‘You know I’m the one.’

‘That’s when I thought, you know what, let’s see if we can salvage this. And right now, I think we’re in a better place completely,’ he added.

‘We’re in the best place, I’m really happy!’ she went on to say.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

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