Millie ended things with Liam – but she’s changed her mind (Picture: ITV)
She might have ended their romance a few days ago, but Love Island 2021 star Millie Court has taken the big step of letting Liam Reardon sleep in her bed.
In a move that surprised some viewers, the 24-year-old decided to give him a second chance in Tuesday night’s recoupling.
It appears that his attempts to win her back after a dramatic split have worked, and she has now allowed him to sleep in her bed once again.
Speaking to the Welsh bricklayer on tonight’s show, Millie said: ‘I’ve also made the decision that you can sleep in my bed tonight.’
‘But there’s boundaries!’ she insisted. ‘There’s boundaries, OK. I’ve got my side, you’ve got your side. Definitely going to be no cuddles or kisses.
‘It’s just that one step closer to getting to the right place. But you need to respect my decision.’
‘I completely respect your decision,’ Liam replied.
‘Obviously, I want you to be in the bed next to me because I have been a bit lonely,’ the fashion buyer’s administrator went on to say.
A smiling Liam added: ‘That makes me feel good. I’ve missed you in my arms.’
Is this another step towards the pair getting closer once again in the villa? Only time will tell.
It comes after an upsetting time for Millie following Liam’s return to the villa from Casa Amor.
The pair are back together after a rocky time apart (Picture: ITV)
The islander seemed to have remained single, much to her’s joy – only for it to turn to tears when bombshell Lillie Haynes sensationally ratted his behaviour out.
Millie dumped Liam shortly afterwards and claimed she ‘couldn’t go forward’ in the relationship with him. However, things look to be changing once again.
It’s also not been an easy time for her family. Millie’s dad had posted an adorable message of support for her during her upset with Liam, writing: ‘I wanted to dive into the TV tonight and just cuddle My Girl real tight. #itwillbeokdarling’.
He spoke of how difficult he found it to ‘helplessly watch’ as she shed tears but shared that her ‘large loving family were ‘all so proud of her’.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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