Love Island's Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes set for their own reality show

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Love Island 2017 couple Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes are set to scoop their own reality TV series.

Last week it was reported that the couple had parted ways but they took to Twitter to insist things were still going strong outside the villa.


Now they're reportedly being followed by cameras for their very own show.

“The nation was completely addicted to following Chris and Liv’s on-off relationship in the villa and they were by far one of the most talked-about couples," a source explained this week.

The insider told The Sun newspaper: “Their rows were gripping and they were also completely hilarious – especially with Cash Hughes thrown in the mix.

Olivia, Chris and baby.
Olivia, Chris and baby Cash

“It’s no surprise then that they’ve been quickly tapped up to do a follow-up show chronicling how they’re doing on the outside and as well as all the other things they’ve signed up for.”

Despite their rocky relationship during the show, this week the couple took part in a joint photoshoot and interview to talk about marriage and even kids.

Speaking to OK! Magazine, Chris explained: “I texted Liv the other day an said I think we’ll get married soon.


"It’s going so well- I don’t think we’ll wait years to get engaged.

“Our wedding day is going to be so unbelievable, can you imagine us walking down the aisle? We’d look well alright! Liv suits white so she would look stunning”

Olivia quipped: “we couldn’t get married in a church though - I’d burst into flames the minute I walked through the door!"

Chris Kem
Chris Kem

Meanwhile, Chris has also been tipped to start work on a SECOND show with pal Kem Cetinay, who won Love Island with girlfriend Amber Davies.


“The series will be all about their bromance and what happened from the point of them leaving the villa until now," a source said previously. “It has been commissioned as a two-part series at the moment – with the thought to develop it into a longer running show.”

Love Island itself will return in 2018 for a fourth series.

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