Is It All Over For Love Island’s Chloe And Toby?

Eight months after leaving the villa, the pair have apparently 'hit the rocks' .


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Love Island 2021 runners up, Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran are apparently struggling to find the time to see each other, despite living together for the past six months. It’s believed that their post-Love Island schedules have the pair apart a lot of the time, with various brand deals, press trips and events keeping the pair in different cities and often, different countries.

According to reports in The Sun, the pair are currently ‘struggling’ to keep their relationship working for both of them, despite their ‘best efforts’ of talking regularly and checking in with each other.

“They are both really busy with work, so they haven’t seen as much of each other, and there is the added pressure of transferring a reality TV romance into everyday life. It’s not easy,” a source for The Sun continued.


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Currently, Chloe is training for The Games, a new ITV reality TV show (which you can read more about here)

Speaking of her addition to the show, ITV confirmed last week, “Chloe Burrows and Will Njobvu are reserve competitors on the show and are training hard with the rest of the team in preparation for the live shows.

“They will take part in the competition in the event of any injury or illness and we are very excited to have them on board.”


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However, only time will tell how these two get on, and like the saying goes, absence makes the heart grow fonder, so they could potentially come out of this situation even stronger.

“They don’t want people to see their romance as another reality TV casualty, because they’ve always been the real deal as a couple,” the source continued for The Sun.

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