Love Island star Georgia's mum claims muggy Megan is jealous of her natural beauty after calling her 'a fake b***h'

Megan, 24, gave a scathing assessment of G, 20, when the islanders were deciding who was the least compatible with whom, earlier in the series.

Speaking to New! Magazine, Georgia's mum Sharon said: "I feel deep down, she doesn't like Megan and I don't understand why. Maybe it's because Georgia is natural and hasn't had anything done with her body."

Former stripper Megan spent £25,000 on modifying her body, including nose and boob jobs and botox.

"Or is it just because Megan likes a lot of the attention, whereas Georgia is having a laugh and doing silly things?

"They're very opposite in lots of ways and I don't think Megan likes it. It's sad really."



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Fans were shocked during last night’s episode as Wes Nelson and Megan had sex with the lights on.

The pair got very close in bed in full view of the cameras and their fellow Islanders as they kissed and appeared to do even more under the covers.

In the Beach Hut afterwards, Wes hinted they had sex.

He said: "When two adults decide that they like each other, they may or may not choose to fornicate."

Talking to Megan the following morning, fellow contestant Samira Mighty said: “Not being funny but did anyone hear any noises last night in the bedroom, Megan?”

Megan – who previously slept with Eyal in the villa but said she had only bedded 10 people before the show – denied anything happened at first but quickly admitted there may have been more than met the eye.


She said: “It was just dry hump society… maybe I did do a little bit more.”

Speaking in the Beach Hut, Megan professed her love for Wes, saying: “I’ve found everything I’ve been looking for in Wes.

“I’ve never felt this way. I’ve been single for two years.”


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