Love Island winner Millie Court ‘missing’ Liam Reardon as they have to quarantine apart

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Love Island winner Millie Court has revealed she is "missing" her boyfriend Liam Reardon after they have been forced to quarantine separately after arriving back in the UK.

The 24 year old posted a pair of loved-up photos of her and the 22 year old as they touched down at Stansted Airport on Wednesday, telling fans they weren't allowed to be together.

Sharing images of themselves on the flight home, Millie wrote to her 1.3million Instagram followers: "Finally home been reading through everyone’s messages, can’t thank you enough for all the love and support over the last 8 weeks, it means a lot.

"Still doesn’t feel real we have been crowned winners of love island 2021!

"It’s been a crazy journey but wow what a journey it has been. Now time for quarantine, missing my man already, can’t wait to see you again @liamreardon1."

Welsh hunk Liam sweetly commented on the post: "Soon come my girl," and a black love heart emoji.

Their fellow Islanders also rushed to support Millie underneath the post, with Brett Stanilard writing: "Glad to have you back, see you both soon."

Georgia Townend commented: "Welcome home baby girl!," with Clarisse Juliette posting a string of red love heart emojis.

It was detailed earlier this week how Millie and Liam and their fellow finalists Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran, Faye Winter and Teddy Soares and Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank won't be able to enjoy their newfound fame straight away.

This is due to Majorca – the Spanish island where the show is filmed – is on the UK government's Amber list.

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Throughout the eight weeks of Love Island, we’ve seen strict rules in place to ensure the safety of all islanders and crew members.

This included all islanders having to quarantine for at least 10 days after arriving in Majorca and before entering the villa.

After this period has passed, the stars were deemed safe to make their way into the villa.

Other Covid restrictions included host Laura Whitmore social distancing from the Islanders when she entered the villa for the dramatic island dumpings.

Social distancing was also maintained when the islander's closest friends and families entered the villa for a visit.

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