Love Island's Ovie Soko and India Reynolds pucker up on romantic hotel stay

Love Island favourites Ovie Soko and India Reynolds looked very smitten as they spent some quality time together in London.

The two spent the night staying in the luxury W Hotel in Leicester Square and were not afraid to put on a display of PDA for their social media followers.

India posted a cheeky boomerang of her and Ovie kissing to her Instagram story, which Ovie later reposted to his own story adding a heart-eyed emoji.

And that was all before India showed off their hotel room to her followers, as the pair were treated to a platter of chocolate-covered strawberries, a bottle of champagne and even a neon sign that spelt out ‘MESSAGE’, referencing what Ovie would say anytime someone in the Love Island villa received a text message.

The model later shared another mini video of her and Ovie to her story, captioning the post: ‘Thank you for having us @whotellondon @mirina13 @oviesoko.’

Later, the basketball player was mobbed by fans outside the hotel entrance as India had to leave for a meeting.

Documenting the footage on Instagram, India said: ‘When you have a meeting, so you have to leave bae in a mob, bye hun!’

India and Ovie have won over the hearts of many Love Island viewers.



The couple, both 28, came third in this year’s series, behind winners Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea, and runners up Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury.

And although the pair look pretty loved up, Ovie recently confirmed that he and India were not quite in love – yet.

‘I cannot say love. Love is a thing that takes time to develop,’ he revealed on This Morning.

‘We’re in a good place, we’re just putting one foot in front of the other. We’ve spent quite a bit of time together.’

As they say, only time will tell.

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