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Former Love Island star Chloe Burrows has dropped a hint that she may have split from Toby Aromolaran.
On Tuesday 24 May, ITV2 officially announced that Love Island would be returning to screens on Monday 6 June, to which Chloe reportedly commented: "Can I come back?”
Chloe, 24, and Toby took part in the 2021 series of Love Island. Despite having rocky moments in their coupling in the villa, the pair became boyfriend and girlfriend before finishing the show at second place.
Since coming out of the villa, the couple have bought an apartment together and often feature on each other's YouTube channels, however the last few months the pair have been surrounded by split rumours.
In April, The Sun reported that Chloe and Toby were facing issues due to their busy work schedules.
A source told the paper: "It was touch and go for Chloe and Toby just a few weeks ago.
"They've both been working really hard and were finding it difficult to make time for each other.
"It looked like they were going to call it a day, but after crisis talks have realised they've got something worth fighting for."
On Tuesday 25 May, Chloe took to her Instagram stories to shut down yet more rumours surrounding the duo, this time that she was pregnant.
This came after she announced that she had big news to share, causing fans to believe that she was about to announce baby news.
Sharing a snap of an unimpressed face expression, Chloe wrote: "Why the F are u all saying pregnant???. Have I gained weight? No, I am not pregnant!”
She later revealed that her announcement was that she was partnering with alcoholic drinks brand WKD to promote the new series of Love Island.
Airing Monday 6 June, the reality show will be set in Mallorca and will air every night on ITV2 for ten weeks.
The series, which follows singletons on their quest for love, is set to be hosted by Laura Whitmore again. Laura took on the show's presenting duties in 2020 from the late Caroline Flack, who was the Love Island presenter for the first five series.
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