Love Island fans saw Liam Reardon and Millie Court nearly torn apart for good after Casa Amor but Lillie Haynes as insisted she is ‘so excited’ to see everyone despite the drama.
Lillie was one of the islanders brought in to turn the heads of boys on their holiday away from the main villa.
Liam Reardon shared a kiss with her but it wasn’t enough to completely lead him astray from Millie Court despite Lillie saying the pair got very close in Casa Amor.
However, all hell broke loose when Lillie admitted in front of all the islanders she was surprised not to be brought back with Liam.
But it seems the moment of drama hasn’t phased her as she made her excitement to see the rest of the cast again very clear.
It came when she treated fans to a Q&A session on her Instagram story last night wile she tried to kill some time.
One follower asked: ‘Are you going to be at the Love Island reunion?’
She replied excitedly: ‘Yes, oh my God! I am So excited to see everyone.
‘Everyone looking glam and all sexy and getting some big cuddles from all my faves, can’t wait.
Lillie also gave some further insight into life in the villa, when she was asked about her make-up habits.
She revealed the other girls on the show had been swapping tips and tricks when it came to using their favourite products.
‘I’ve always really enjoyed make up but, in the villa, I learnt so much,’ she said.
The girls were so helpful with all their make up advice,’ she added, before tagging a few of her favourite products on her story.
Of course, Liam and Millie went on to win Love Island as a couple and they’re clearly stronger than ever.
While quarantining apart after arriving back in the UK, Millie showed off a gorgeous bouquet of flowers she had been sent by her boyfriend.
Millie shared a picture of the gift to her Instagram story, saying: ‘I could cry. You are the cutest, I love you.’
Fans of the couple were also able to get a sneak peek at the note attached, which read: ‘Missing you my gorgeous, I love you.’
Love Island: The reunion airs Sunday at 9pm on ITV2.
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