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Too Hot to Handle season 2: Emily Miller releases photo she had to hide during ‘secret relationship’

Too Hot To Handle’s Emily Miller has shared a photo she had to keep hidden away while she kept her relationship with fellow contestant Cam Holmes a secret.

The couple, who broke the most rules on the Netflix smash because they literally couldn’t keep their hands off each other, finally confirmed they’re not only still together but actually live with each other too.

During the series, in which attractive horny singletons have to resist all sexual urges in order to avoid a huge whack being deducted from the $100,000 (£71,000) prize fund, Emily and Cam went through quite the journey.

And now they’re finally public, she is sharing all the love on Instagram.

Posing beside a lit up swimming pool in the shot, Emily captioned the snap: ‘I remember when I couldn’t upload this because Cam uploaded it first so it would give away our secret relationship.

‘Those days were cute but times now are much, much better.’

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Emily is ready to share her secret snaps (Picture: Instagram)

Cam commented beneath: ‘Ah remember the secret relationship days. Fun times.’

While Emily and Cam might be shacked up together at her family house, he revealed sometimes they have to sleep in separate beds because he’s such a ‘bad sleeper’.

‘We obviously fast-forwarded our relationship so quickly, most couples wouldn’t do that, so to give each other a little bit of space as well was very healthy for us,’ he told Buzzfeed.

But not every couple from Too Hot to Handle season 2 got their happy ending.

Winner Marvin Anthony actually ghosted his partner Melinda Melrose when they planned a holiday in Mexico together.

Regardless, she’s now coupled up with another contestant, Peter Vigilante.

Too Hot To Handle seasons one and two are available to stream on Netflix.


Credit: Original article published here.

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