The Love Island stars are getting stuck into an iconic challenge as the plastic baby dolls are returning to the villa, none more than Ekin-Su Culculoglu who is at the ready with some nursery rhymes.
In tonight’s episode, which sees each couple gifted a pretend baby to look after, the Turkish soap star is putting the whole villa to sleep with a little rendition of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.
Taking this as her time to shine, Ekin-Su truly delivers with that evening performance.
Meanwhile, she’s left gobsmacked as Davide Sanclimenti admits he ‘doesn’t know’ if she would make a ‘good mum’ to any real children.
Davide though seems to take being a dad in his stride, as he takes their baby on a tour around the villa, and even gives it a makeover.
‘He made me tired honestly. One day of being a parent, being a dad,’ he says later on, with Ekin-Su adding: ‘And it’s not even the real deal.’
Elsewhere, the Italian Stallion has set his baby up with a giant bowl of Wotsits, as they share some true quality time together.
He even reveals that he and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu’s baby is going to take after their shared hobby, stating: ‘It’s going well, she just ate, we’ll do some activities later today. We’ll do some gym squats later with the baby.’
The other islanders aren’t so relaxed about parenting, however.
When they first hear the babies crying, Tasha Ghouri laughs while admitting: ‘This is my nightmare, I’ve actually woken up to a nightmare.’
At one point during the day, the ‘mums’ are invited out for a lunch for some quality girl time, as Daddy Day Care takes centre stage.
‘We can have a dad’s bonding session with the kids!’ Andrew Le Page says, sounding excited by the prospect.
As the islanders and their offspring enjoy a baby disco in the villa, Gemma Owen admits: ‘I always knew I wanted a lot of kids because I came from a big family… I wouldn’t go as far as broody but when the time’s right, the time’s right.’
She also tells her partner Luca Bish that if their child is to play football, he can ‘take them to training’… so it looks like there could be another Owen footballing legend on the horizon at some point in the future.
Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub.