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Love Island will soon be back on our screens, and while we wait for a summer filled with drama, you can get a taste of the villa in the comfort of your own home. Yep, official, personalised water bottles are available to buy now via the Love Island online shop.
Fans will recognise the famous bottles as being the ultimate accessory and refreshment item all the islanders have during their stint on the ITV2 dating show. The islander's names are written on the water bottles and customers can customise their own bottle by adding their name, although you are limited to 12 characters.
You can also choose between three colours for the typeface for your name, including blue, pink and orange, ensuring you're able to hydrate in style.
The water bottle has a capacity of 740ml and comes with the official Love Island stamp on the base. The bottle also comes with a drinking pipe inside and a removable fruit infuser to add extra flavour and zest to your drink.
On Tuesday, Love Island's narrator Iain Stirling posted another teaser hinting at the imminent return of the UK's biggest dating show on Twitter. The picture shows Iain's own Love Island water bottle next to his wife and host Laura Whitmore's water bottle. "Not long now..." the ominous tweet reads.
Don't they look refreshing!
The official Love Island water bottle costs £15 and can be ordered via the official Love Island online store here.
In case you missed it (how could you?!) the first teaser for the upcoming series dropped last week and fans were shook.
Laura Whitmore stars in the teaser, in which she wears a red jumpsuit with a tool belt. At the end of the trailer the words "this is not a drill" appear on the screen as the Love Island theme music can be heard in the background.
The summer 2020 edition was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and even the upcoming series was in question until it was given the green light to commence production in March. Auditions went online this year to comply with COVID-19 lockdown rules.
Love Island returns to ITV2 later this month.
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