LOVE Island star Amber Davies last night sent a message to this year’s winners: You’ll have a wonderful year, but your romance might not last long. Amber, who won a year ago with Kem Cetinay, said their successors will have a VIP lifestyle and more money than they know how to spend. But she warned they will have to work on their relationship outside of the idyllic villa. She said: “Kem and I realised we weren’t meant to be after just one week of the series ending. “But I thought by splitting up I was going to break the nation’s hearts and he felt the same. “Jack and Dani will know right away too. Their relationship will either become exhausting or a success story. “If they do reach a point where they want to split then they mustn’t stay with each other just to please other people or their fans.” Amber, 21, finally split from 22-year-old Kem, 4½ months after their win. They had become the first couple to have sex on the ITV2 series. And Amber reckons that gave her and Kem and advantage over show favourites Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham, who have resisted being intimate for eight… Read full this story
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