Last year's Love Island winner Cara De La Hoyde brands Amber Davies "fake"

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Last year's Love Island winner Cara De La Hoyde has hit out at this year's champ Amber Davies.

Amber won Love Island 2017 last night with her boyfriend Kem, with the pair sharing the £50,000 prize fund.

Cara, won last year's show with then boyfriend Nathan Massey, said: “I had a feeling they were going to win, I love Kem but I’m not a fan of Amber, she seems a bit fake.

“From what I’ve seen of her, I don’t like her. I just feel like she made so many mistakes in the beginning and I can’t forgive it."

She told The Sun newspaper: “If I was in the villa this year, I think I would have hooked up with Kem, just because he’s basically the same as Nathan.”

Cara De La Hoyde, Nathan Massey

Cara went on to say that Gabby and Marcel were her winners.

“When Camilla wasn’t having sex we all loved it and thought it was the best thing ever but because Gabby ain’t at it – she’s a villain," Cara said. “I don’t know how she did it, I wouldn’t have been able to do it. They’ve been in there for two months and Marcel is a lovely looking man.”

Meanwhile, chatting to Closer magazine ahead of the 2017 final, the reigning champ had a warning for the remaining couples.

She said: "Life after Love Island was absolutely crazy. It was surreal. Nathan and I were lucky enough to have some incredible experiences - we went on holidays, met amazing people and attended fabulous events.

"But I'd advise the winners to take things slow, enjoy it and not to be pressured into doing anything."

Cara, who split from Nathan earlier this year, added: "They must make sure they don't move too quickly.

Love Island 2017 final couples
Love Island 2017 final couples

"I've seen that Dom and Jess are discussing moving in and marriage within a matter of weeks, which is absolutely crazy!

"There will be challenges - they will have to deal with a lot of attention and girls at PAs throwing themselves at the guys."

Love Island returns to ITV2 for series 4 next year.

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