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Sunday night's episode of Love Island saw friends and family of the final Islanders welcomed into the the villa for a special one-off visit to meet their loved one's baes.
It's now a staple of the popular dating show, with all finalists in previous years getting the opportunity to have heart-to-heart convos with each other's families.
With family and friends entering the villa from the outside world, it is against the rules for them to spill any tea about how the public perceives them.
Love Island 2017 finalist Olivia Attwood revealed parents are "not allowed to talk about any outside stuff" when they arrive.
"Obviously it's super emotional and you're really happy to see them," Olivia wrote in her OK! Magazine column. "But it's a bit of a weird one because your parents aren't allowed to talk to you about any outside life stuff, really".
Olivia, who finished in third place with Chris Hughes, said family and friends can discuss things from home, such as "how the dog is," but said it feels "restricted" because Islanders are unable to ask the questions they really want, such as what the public thinks of couples.
She added: "It's a bit of a strange feeling actually. You want know what the public think, you want to know what they think of your couple, but obviously they're not going to tell you."
One couple who have had a tumultuous time in the villa and criticism from viewers is Faye Winter and Teddy Soares. During Sunday's episode, Faye's sister Joanne and best friend Sophie also arrived at the Villa.
Joanne said: “We’re so super proud… I think Teddy’s lovely… It looks really natural. It looks like you like being in each other’s company and that’s really nice to watch.”
Sophie added: “I’m a big fan. I think it’s literally the perfect match.”
Joanne later said: “We love you! We all love you. You have been your normal, unfiltered, caring, loving self. You’ve brought us so much joy.”
Meanwhile, Teddy's brothers Sidney and Carlos gave the senior financial consultant lots of praise.
Teddy’s brother Carlos said: “The way you’ve carried yourself, I couldn’t be more proud. You’ve stayed true to yourself and you’ve been a gentleman.”
While Sidney said: “She [Faye] is funny, she has got the chat, she is fiery…”
Carlos interrupts, joking: “Does she think you’re funny by the way?”
Love Island continues weeknights at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub.
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