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Love Island Fans 'Crying' Over Ekin-Su's Sweet Gesture Towards Davide

Lucy Devine

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Love Island Fans 'Crying' Over Ekin-Su's Sweet Gesture Towards Davide

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Love Island fans can't get over Ekin-Su's sweet gesture towards Davide in Thursday (30 June) evening's episode.

Ekin-Su and Davide have returned to sharing a bed with each other, after a recoupling in the previous episode.

Fans were loving the cute gesture. Credit: ITV
Fans were loving the cute gesture. Credit: ITV

And as the islanders were getting ready to go to sleep, Ekin can be seen covering Davide with their duvet, so he doesn't get cold.

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Aw!

And viewers at home were quick to notice, with one person writing: "Did anyone see ekin su put the duvet over davide?"

While another said: "Ekin su making sure davide has some duvet on him. the love is real."

And a third added: Ekin su putting the duvet on davide."

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"Ekin Su putting the duvet over Davide omg," said a fourth, alongside a crying emoji.

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Elsewhere in Thursday's episode, Davide and Ekin-Su headed off on their first date together and they even shared a kiss.

The pair even walked back into the villa holding hands, as they agreed they would give the relationship another chance.

Meanwhile, all of the couples enjoyed a brunch date during Thursday's episode.

And fans were losing it after Indiyah asked Dami asked whether ‘there are shopping centres’ in Ireland.

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You can watch the clip below:

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Dami enthusiastically declared: “I just can't wait for you to come to Ireland”.

To which Indiyah replies: “Really? Is there, like, um, shopping centres down there?”

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Taking to Twitter, one penned: "Nah Indiyah sis thinks Ireland is one big forest in the mountains I’m done."

“We actually don't have shopping centres in Ireland, Indiyah. We just hunt for all of our food and sew all our clothes. We don't even have phones and we use a horse and cart to travel around the country,” another fumed.

A third tweeted: “Indiyah babe we don’t live on fields Ireland isn’t just fields”.

Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.

Topics: TV And Film, Love Island

Lucy Devine
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