Love Island couple Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes have been hit with fresh claims that their romance is being tested. According to reports, the pair got into a fiery row with another one of their group on Saturday night while out a club in Birmingham.
A source reportedly said: Olivia was absolutely furious about something and stormed off to the toilets.
Chris ran to follow her to try and calm her down but nothing was working.”
Chris and Olivia locked tongues rather than lips as they presented a united front (Image: GC Images)
There was a bit of a tussle on the balcony between Olivia and another of their group before door staff stepped in to hold her back and she then was told to leave. However, a spokeswoman for Olivia insisted the star “left on her own accord”.
The latest drama comes after Chris said he wanted to marry his 26-year-old girlfriend. But not only does Chris want to wed Olivia – he wants to start having real children too after the pair ‘raised’ a doll together on the hit ITV2 reality show.
Chris said he wants to marry Olivia (Image: oliviajade_attwood/Instagram)
Despite both being relatively young, Chris says he cannot wait to swap vows with his lover.
“That s how messed up we are . We can t really get out heads around it .
I don t think either of us expected to find love on the show, but we did, he said. Chris hails from Essex while Olivia is from Surrey – but the reality hunk says they are making things work despite the distance.
We assume the night didn’t go down like this (Image: Flynet Pictures)
“I ve been sleeping over at hers all the time but we will get a bigger place at some point . We ll need one for the kids, he said.
Chris and Olivia have seen their romance tested since Love Island ended in July.
Mirror Celebs has contacted a representative for Olivia for comment.
Visitors to the west London palace, once home to Princess Diana3 , must now have their bags checked every time they enter the cafe and gift shop in measures introduced after the UK threat level was briefly raised to critical.
However, the recent changes concern the public areas of the building where an estimated 400,000 visitors flock every year.
The new measures come after the UK threat level temporarily increased (Image: Getty) Tourists must now have their bags checked every time they go into the cafe or gift shop (Image: Daily Mirror)
The palace is currently home to the exhibition Diana: Her Fashion Story which is attracting high volumes of visitors as people remember the princess on the 20th anniversary of her death. It also hosts an exhibition on Queen Victoria and offers the chance to view Royal Collection artwork in The King s Gallery. A sign outside the cafe and shop now reads: Please wait here for mandatory bag searches and security checks.
Please note that bags will be searched upon every re-entry of the palace cafe.
A source said the measures were introduced in May after the threat level was briefly raised to critical following the Manchester bombing5 and remain in place despite the threat level since being lowered.
Princess Diana once called Kensington Palace her home (Image: PA) Kensington Palace is currently showing the exhibition Diana: Her Fashion Story (Image: Getty)
It currently remains at the second highest level of severe meaning at attack is highly likely . It is not known if security surrounding the royals has also been stepped up as this information is never made public by royal officials or the MET Police. Bag searches are also in place at other sites managed by Historic Royal Palaces including the Tower of London.
A Historic Royal Palaces spokesperson said: The safety and security of our visitors is our highest priority.
We have a range of security measures in place across our sites, which are subject to constant review based on the information available to us.
We continue to review our existing security arrangements and, where appropriate, put in place additional measures.
Sydney terror raids: Tourists face huge delays as airports ramp up security measures with ‘bomb checks at front door’
Frustrated tourists face delays of up to two hours at airports in Australia as authorities carry out bomb checks and random searches in the wake of foiled “Islamic-inspired1” terror2 plot. Airlines operating at major hubs including Adelaide Airport, Sydney Airport, Brisbane Airport and Perth Airport warned passengers to arrive hours earlier than usual today. Passengers reported long delays and a heightened police presence as soon as they reached check-in at most hubs.
“When we entered Cairns Airport, the bomb checks were at the front door, so we had to get checked before we even entered the airport,” tourist Nicole Burns said.
Tourists faced lengthy delays at major Australian airports due to extra security measures (Image: REUTERS) Australia recently foiled an Islamist-inspired “terrorist plot” to bring down an airplane with an improvised explosive (Image: AFP) Passengers reported a significant police presence at most hubs (Image: AFP)
Another passenger at Sydney Airport said she was warned of delays of up to 90 minutes and admitted she was “concerned” to see extra checks. She said: “Absolutely we’re concerned but we’re hoping that they’ve got them the terror suspects and the Federal Police keep up the exceptional work they’re doing.”
Jacob Pickering had to wait 45 minutes just to check in at Brisbane Airport due to random explosive checks.
Random bag searches were conducted in the terminals (Image: AFP) Passengers who had to wait up to two hours at airports vented their frustration (Image: AFP)
While many passengers at airports appreciated the need for increased security, others online vented their frustration. One write on Twitter: “TS SYDNEY airport a mess .
If you are flying come very early . Quest out door at securiy.”
Another admitted Melbourne airport was “insane” and warned others to allow extra time at the hub. Justin Warren wrote: “How does creating a bottleneck and large collection of people in a confined space on the insecure side of the airport increase safety?”
Authorities insisted the additional security measures were significant (Image: Getty Images AsiaPac)
But authorities insisted the measures were important to maintain the country’s counter terrorism strategy.
Transport Minister Darren Chester said: “Some of these measures will be obvious to the travelling public, other will not.
“The increased measures will include additional checks of cabin and checked baggage.”
Meanwhile, Virgin Airlines and its budget subsidiary Tigerair released a statement confirming additional security measures were in place at airports, and urging travellers not to be alarmed.
“As the measures place an additional burden on the screening system, it may take a little longer than usual to get through the process,” it said.
Four men were arrested after a counter-terrorism raid on a property in Sydney (Image: AAP)
A Qantas Group spokesperson representing Qantas and Jetstar said it was working closely with the Government and airport partners to implement the measures.
“Australia has very strong safeguards in place at its airports; these changes are about making them even stronger,” the spokeswoman said. Australia, a close ally of the United States, has been on heightened alert for attacks by home-grown militants returning from fighting in the Middle East, or their supporters, since 2014. Authorities say they have thwarted a number of potential attacks since then, but there have been several “lone wolf” assaults, including a cafe siege in Sydney that left two hostages and the gunman dead.
About 100 people have left Australia for Syria to fight alongside organizations such as Islamic State, Australia’s immigration minister said last month.