Love Island’s Liam Reardon confessed he “loved” having sex in the same bedroom he shared with his fellow co-stars.
The Welsh heartthrob first rose to fame when he joined the ITV2 dating show as a bombshell back in 2021.
And it didn’t take long before he found love in the arms of Millie Court after the pair fell for each other on the show.
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Fans of the long-running reality show quickly fell in love with the two lovebirds who went on to beat Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran and Faye Winter and Teddy Soares in the grand final.
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Now, in an exclusive interview with Daily Star, the TV hunk has revealed some of his favourite parts about being on the hugely popular dating series.
While he reflected on his time in the villa, he shared the excitement of being intimate with the model while he shared a bedroom with the rest of the cast.
As he prepares for the launch of his first ever music event, the 23-year-old told us: “Every time we’d be in bed and towards the end of the journey around the seventh week, sixth or seventh week, by that point we’re all adults and adults have needs.
“You would just hear people and you’d hear [claps hands] noises, you know, but it’s such a weird, surreal experience.
“You stay in a villa with all these other adults, and you’re lying in bed right next to everyone and you just hear people kissing, you hear people having sex and doing things under covers.
“It's just funny man, I’d love to go back and do it all again,” he gushed.
He went on to describe the series eight Islanders as a “little family” who didn’t care about hearing their pals getting dirty under the covers.
Liam went on: “You become a little family, you know, you become so comfortable around one another, so if you want to have sex and there’s a person next to you, you think, ‘f**k it, let’s do it’.
“No one really cares to be honest because they’re probably doing the same thing,” he chuckled.
The TV personality added that even though the former contestants aren’t as close more than two years after the show ended, they still reminisce when they bump into each out in public.
"It was just great and everyone on my season was great and everyone on it was so lovely as well.
“Even if I don’t speak to many of them now, if I see them in person then I'll always catch up with them, but yeah it was great, I loved it.”
It comes as the proud Welshman prepares for his first ever music event, A Day of Ibiza Classics, which is set to take place at Bambu, Swansea on July 15.
All profits will be donated to Velindre Charity, a premier cancer centre, providing care, support and treatment to over 1.5 million cancer patients and their families across Wales.
To buy tickets to the hit music event please visit the website here.
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