Love Island 2018: The babies arrive in the villa to test the couples

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The babies return to the Love Island 2018 villa in tonight’s show.

It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for as the Islanders are woken by a chorus of screams from six baby dolls ready to test their relationships to the max.

The couples must all quickly find their feet as new parents as they tend to their baby’s every need, from regular feeds to nappy changes.

Jack is instantly perplexed by how loud the babies are crying and complains in the Beach Hut: “It’s deafening, it goes through you. It goes through your head. It’s like someone’s just got a pool cue and stuck it straight through your ear holes.”

Unfortunately the babies aren’t a bundle of joy for all the Islanders.

Alex protests to Jack: “The thought of having a child gives me palpitations.”

Dani meanwhile squeals with the delight: “Let’s go and see our baby, we made a baby!”

New Jack is also eager to prove his parenting prowess, as he remarks: “I love the fact that there’s loads of babies around. Obviously they’re crying a lot, as babies do, they need to be changed, they need to be fed, but that’s what it’s all about.”

Each couple quickly sets about naming their new child, with the Islanders’ offspring named as follows:

• Wes and Megan’s daughter is called Mia Ruby Nelson
• Paul and Laura’s daughter is called Arabella Knops
• Alex and Alexandra’s daughter is called Ella Louise George

• Jack and Laura’s son (who they later find out while doing a nappy change is in fact a daughter) is called Aubrey Crane Fowler
• Josh and Kazimir’s son is called Prince Kavana Joshua Denzel
• Jack and Dani’s daughter is called Kimberley Flo Fincham

The names also generate some dispute amongst the couples. With Jack and Dani agreed on Kimberley, Dani declares: “We call her Kiki?”

A less than impressed Jack responds: “Do we?”

Dani replies: “I do.”

But Jack is adamant Kiki is a no go: “Kiki…no, let’s not call her Kiki.”

Dani hits back: “I am…that’s her nickname.”

Once again Jack stands his ground: “No she’s called Kimberley now. You’ve gone with Kimberley.”

Love Island 2018 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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