Love Island 2019: Caroline Flack ‘reveals’ start date in VERY exciting news for fans

The programme has aired for four seasons on ITV2 and is set to return to the channel in just a matter of weeks.

Love Island presenter Caroline has given fans a little sneak peak for what to expect as she posted a video of herself filming show promos on her Instagram story today.

Caroline could be seen filming a green screen in the UK before jetting off for warmer climates.

She then went on to jokingly thank her personal trainer for putting her through “hell” ahead of the series launch.

We only have three weeks before Love Island starts

Caroline Flack

Caroline said: “I have just trained with Bradley Simmons and he put me through utter hell.

“Making me do weights that I should not be lifting but he says we only have three weeks before Love Island starts or for Love Island prep, so we’ve got to work hard.”

She added: “”To be fair I feel more sorry for Bradley having to put up with my moaning than me having to put up with the training.”

While there has been no official word on when it will actually start, Love Island usually commences in the first week of June.

Caroline revealed back in April that filming had begun on the series.

Once again taking to Instagram stories, she said: “”It’s Bank Holiday Monday, it’s so beautiful today. I’m in town, about to go to the gym.

“But what’s really exciting about this week is, this week we start filming for Love Island 2019!

“And by the end of the week, I’m gonna have potentially have seen the cast for this year. Which is really exciting and mad that’s come round this quick.

“So I’ll let you know what happens. It’s gonna be a long hot summer and all that.”

While Caroline may know who is looking for love on the island this year, viewers will have to wait and see.

The last series was the longest the show has ever been on air for as it lasted a total of eight weeks.

Prior to that, series one had lasted just over five weeks, the second series went on for six weeks and season three was a total of seven weeks.

So with the length increasing year on year, can fans expect to see nine weeks in total for 2019?

Meanwhile, Iain Stirling is expected to return to narrate the series as he has done for every series so far.

While they won legions of fans last year, unfortunately, 2018 winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham are no longer together after breaking up in April.

Love Island is expected to return to ITV2 in June.

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