Luca Says Gemma's 'Got The Right Hump With Me' After Reunion
The couple came second to fan-favourites Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti in the final this week but, despite losing out on £50,000, the couple appeared eager to start their new life together.
However, things might already be off to a rocky start for the couple after they reunited with most of the 2022 cast on Thursday to film a reunion episode.
During their time on , the couple had their fair share of rifts that often made for rather uncomfortable viewing.
Whether it was Luca’s explosive reaction to watching Billy Brown flirt with Gemma at Mad Movies night, or their bitter argument after a sexy challenge gone wrong, there was usually something to keep the couple at odds with one another.
After every disagreement in the villa, Gemma and Luca eventually made amends and quickly got back to romancing – so we can only hope that the same pattern continues on the outside world!
The couple rocked up to ITV studios this week to film the season reunion with their fellow cast mates.
And although they were all smiles on the way in, they left later that night looking particularly down.
Gemma looked glam as ever in a chic black midi dress and her hair tied back in a high ponytail.
While Gemma held her hands up to dodge the camera, the Mirror reports that a photographer shouted to Luca: “You’ve got your hands full, there.”
The former fishmonger, who was wearing bright white trainers and an all-black ensemble, is said to have replied: “Oh don’t mate, she’s got the right hump with me!”
The tense exchange can only leave us to wonder: What on happened at that reunion?!
After coming out of the villa, Luca hinted at plans to make things official with Gemma, though the 19-year-old dressage rider begged him not to do anything too over the top.
Speaking to ITV after the series finale aired, Luca said: “There is a plan and it will hopefully happen in the next month and I’m sure you’ll see it unfold. It’ll be something to do with a swimming pool. “
And Gemma chimed in: “He knows me well enough now to not do anything too cringe! So, I trust him and I’ll let him get on with it. I’m sure I’ll love it, whatever it is.”
Over the course of the season, there have been some major fallouts among the islanders and tensions sure to be high, so we’re certain that the drama won’t entirely revolve around Luca and Gemma on the night.
The airs at 9pm on Sunday, 7 August on ITV2.
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Topics: TV And Film, Love Island, ITV
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