Love Island newbie Harley Brash already knows Amber Gill

New Love Island bombshell Harley Brash already knows current contestant Amber Gill – as well as a number of former stars.

The 20-year-old estate agent, who’s entering the villa alongside Greg O’Shea and India Reynolds following Joanna Chimonides’ shock exit, stated her links to the ITV2 show before heading on.

Revealing her connection to Amber, Harley confessed: ‘I see her on a night out but I don’t know her too well so it’ll be good to see her in the villa.’

On top of Amber, Harley has admitted she’s best mates with series four islander Ellie Brown.

Speaking highly of Ellie, she enthused: ‘She is amazing, we are like sisters. My mam and her mam were best friends so we’ve known each other since we were little. We’ve always stuck together.’

She added: ‘I know Zara McDermott through Ellie too. I also know Adam Collard well, he’s such a lovely boy.

‘We went for dinner and were pictured and it was suggested we were dating but we’re just friends.’

Like Harley, Amber is also seemingly good palls with Ellie, with the pair posing for pictures together in several Instagram posts.

On top of their connection, it was revealed earlier on in the current series that Arabella Chi had dated former Love Island star Charlie Frederick.

Charlie revealed on Instagram that he was still dating Arabella when she jetted off to join the show, telling his followers: ‘Right so this is all an absolute madness for me.

‘Finding out that a person I’m seeing / have a lot of feelings for on a serious level has just strolled into the villa, completely disregarding my feelings and our relationship or what we had, I feel like I have to air these screenshots because I feel like I’ve been completely mugged off.’

Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.

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