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Swansea’s Anna-May Robey heads to Love Island

Love Island returns in 2023, with the contestants eager to find love in the tropics.

With new host Maya Jama, lovestruck singletons will be escorted through the twists and turns of coupling up in a jaw-dropping Villa.

Anna-May Robey, the youngest contestant this year, is among the hopefuls hoping for love.

The payroll administrator from Swansea said: “My parents are always like, ‘Shut up!’ I work from home all day so I don’t really speak to people in person for two or three days a week, so when my father comes home, he’ll want to sit down and chill out, and I’m there chewing his ear off! I would definitely say I am a chatterbox.”

She believes that “going on Love Island is a terrific way to meet someone,” citing the success of couples such as Indiyah and Dami, Ekin-Su and Davide, and Tasha and Andrew.

She also claims she chose Love Island because she “wants a boyfriend” and “someone who makes me giggle.”

When asked about her worst date, Anna-May stated it was when her date fell asleep in a restaurant.

“We went for food and shared a bottle of wine,” she says. “As I was speaking to him he fell asleep! I had to clink his wine glass to wake him up.”

We’re looking forward to seeing if Anna-May finds love in the villa!

The new series of Love Island starts on Monday, January 16 at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX. 

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