Love Island 2019 already has two power couples in Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard, and Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt, but are cracks beginning to show?
Amy finds herself in tears on Wednesday’s episode after she and Curtis told the villa they were now exclusive, and Lucie and Joe then went and stole their thunder.
Amy has also realised that she is in deep with Curtis after he asked her to be his ‘half-girlfriend’ and she’s feeling the pressure.
‘I’m annoyed that they [Joe & Lucie] stole our thunder and if they interrupt your ceremony of asking me to be your girlfriend,’ she says, leading to Curtis teasing her over being an attention-seeker.
‘I’m not being an attention-seeker but it was our exciting thing,’ she adds before wondering if Lucie and Joe are moving too fast – leading Curtis to remind her they should mind their own business.
Despite their conversation though, Amy is left upset and worries she may be pushing Curtis away after her behaviour towards Lucie and Joe.
Love Island: Amy is feeling the pressure (Picture: ITV)‘I just feel complete out of my depth with this whole situation with him,’ she tells Molly-Mae Hague and Amber Gill.
‘I like him so much and I’ve never met anyone like him and I know I never will meet anyone like him, and I feel like I am going to f****ng ruin it.’
Will she tell Curtis or keep her feelings to herself?
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