But Josh doesn't prove to be the best of fathers.
In a favourite Love Island task, each of the couples are given baby dolls to look after for the day.
With his son, Prince, crying the villa down for most of the morning, a frustrated Josh vents: “How have I got a headache already? I’ve not had one headache since I’ve been here. A baby comes along and I’ve got a booming headache. Keep the babies as far away from me as possible, especially when they cry.”
Kaz pulls Josh up on his neglect of Prince, telling him: “I’m really enjoying it, I’m so happy. You’ve been running away, I don’t think you’ve held him once.”
Josh protests: “I’ve held him a few times. It’s just he cries, a lot.”
But Kaz is unimpressed and labels him “an absent father.”
Talking to the Beach Hut, Josh admits he’s struggling with the responsibilities: “I don’t know how people do it, it’s literally been half a day, and I’m a broken man.”
The situation is only about to get worse for Josh when a text arrives informing the girls that there are relieved of their mothering roles for the afternoon.
"Girls, it’s time to have a well-earned break while the boys stay at home with the babies. Please get ready to leave the villa #milfsontour #dadsonduty," the text reads.
Kaz shares her woes with the girls as she complains about Josh’s distance with the baby: “I have to say, I don’t feel the same as any of you. Since the day little Prince came into my life, Josh gave him his name, dressed him and then ran a mile.
"I’ve been looking after the baby all day. There’s no father bond there.”