Exclusive: Love Island Winners Ekin-Su And Davide Share All On Life After The Show | Loose Women

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Ekin-Su and Davide are the nation’s favourite Love Island couple and the winners of everybody’s favourite dating show, securing the win by a staggering 64% of the public vote. In a daytime exclusive, they joined our ladies to chat about their villa experience, life since leaving the island and what the future holds for the new love birds aka Turkish Delight and Italian Stallion.

From series 26, broadcast on 08/08/22

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