Love Island’s Wes Nelson says he stopped having sex with Laura Anderson because he felt ‘uncomfortable’

The nuclear design engineer, 20, and air stewardess Laura, 29, were shown romping on the ITV2 programme just days into the series.

But Wes has now revealed that he cut short his intimacy with Laura as he was unsure about having sex on national TV.

He said: “It started but I felt uncomfortable during, then we stopped. So it wasn’t like the full shebang, if you know what I mean.

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“That was when it was early on in the show and I was still very aware of the cameras. You see them turn around, all the time.

“I didn’t feel like I was ready to do it at the time. She was ready to do it. I just wasn’t. There was a lot of pressure and it was a big talking point. I didn’t want to be the first one to have sex.

“It’s supposed to be an intimate moment, especially if you’re still testing the waters and getting to know someone.”

Wes later went on to have sex on camera with girlfriend Megan Barton Hanson in The Hideaway.

And they were even caught by fellow islanders trying to have sex with the lights on in the middle of the day.

Meanwhile, Laura, who was dumped by Wes and later “new” Jack Fowler, has admitted she walked out of the villa three times after being dumped twice.

The blonde star, who was a runner up on the show with model beau Paul Knops, 31, said: “I walked out three times.

“They brought me back. The first time I walked out was when Wes pied me off. I didn’t sleep all night. I went to the beach most of the night and I smoked 24 cigarettes.

“Loads of stuff happens and you’re just stuck there and you have to chat about it so I just a bit overwhelmed.

“I was like, ‘I’ve had enough’.”

She added: “I’m glad I stayed. Everyone has a wobbly, it’s like cabin fever. At one point there was 20 of us in there. I think all of the originals found it a bit much towards the end.

“When you get into relationships, and you see your friends getting upset you need to take some time to step outside and not be filmed.”

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