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Millie Court and Liam Reardon Win Love Island 2021

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Millie Court and Liam Reardon Win Love Island 2021

You all voted in your thousands and have chosen the couple of the summer. The public have voted Millie Court and Liam Reardon as the winners of Love Island 2021.

The pair won the public vote over the other finalist couples: Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruikshank finished in fourth place while Faye Winter and Teddy Soares ended up in third place.

Millie Court and Liam Reardon were then up against Chloe and Toby but the musically-gifted couple were chosen as the people’s winners.

Millie and Liam won the public's heart as well as each others' (Credit: ITV)
Millie and Liam won the public's heart as well as each others' (Credit: ITV)
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Love Island’s presenter Laura Whitmore asked the dreaded question of whether Millie would like to keep all the money to herself after she chose the envelope with the prize money in. However, she decided to split the £50k prize and leave the Villa with Liam as a loved-up couple.

The couple recovered from a turbulent Casa Amor (Credit: ITV)
The couple recovered from a turbulent Casa Amor (Credit: ITV)

Millie Court and Liam Reardon both entered the Villa as early bombshells with Millie Court arriving with Lucinda Strafford and Liam joined by Oliver George Lee Wallis (AKA Chuggs).

The two had a quick connection, even when Andrea-Jane Bunker (otherwise known as AJ) briefly tried to chirpse Liam. They even were known affectionately as “Milliam” and quickly became fan favourites, especially when Liam nicknamed his partner “Millie-Moo”.

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The pair became official in the final episode (Credit: ITV)
The pair became official in the final episode (Credit: ITV)

However, the major trouble between the couple happened when they were separated, and Liam went with the boys to Casa Amor to meet six new girls. He then had his head momentarily turned by Lillie Haynes who he kissed several times and shared a bed with.

Millie had the envelope with the £50k prize in (Credit: ITV)
Millie had the envelope with the £50k prize in (Credit: ITV)

Millie stayed loyal and wasn’t shown getting to know any of the new boys sent into the original Villa.

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While Liam chose not to recouple, Lillie still revealed his behaviour to Millie and Milliam faced a lot of turbulence. Liam put in the graft though, including giving a speech on stage to all the Islanders about how he cared for Millie after Mabel had performed at a party for the Villa.

Liam got grafting to win back Millie (Credit: ITV)
Liam got grafting to win back Millie (Credit: ITV)

The two then seemed to go from strength to strength with the two confessing that they loved each other on their final date.

In the concluding interview with Laura Whitmore, Liam then asked Millie to be his girlfriend, making it official at the very last moment.

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Congratulations Millie and Liam!

Laura also confirmed on the show that Love Island will be returning next year. If you fancy yourself as the one half of the show's next winning couple, you can apply for Love Island 2022 here.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Love Island, ITV, TV And Film

Charlotte Forrester
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