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.
Many inside Trump’s administration watched the remarks with dismay . His top military brass — including the chiefs of five branches of the armed services — posted messages online that denounced racism and the hate groups that Trump initially declined to condemn . The messages didn’t mention Trump by name, but were nonetheless viewed as a rare rebuke of the commander-in-chief. Despite the internal strife, there have been no resignations from Trump’s aides or underlings . The White House said Thursday that Gary Cohn, Trump’s chief economist who was enraged at having to stand alongside Trump as he delivered his remarks, would remain in his role.
Others inside the White House, including chief of staff John Kelly1, have also worked to push forward with the President’s agenda, despite near universal condemnation of the President, including from members of his own party.
Trump, who returned to his New Jersey golf club a day after his news conference, will fly Friday morning to the presidential retreat Camp David, nestled in Maryland’s Catoctin Mountains 60 miles northwest of Washington. The White House said Trump would meet there with members of his national security team — including Defense Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and National Security Adviser H.R . McMaster — to discuss strategy in South Asia.
The talks come after months of disagreement within the administration 2over the best path forward in Afghanistan and the border regions of Pakistan . Trump has resisted calls from military leaders to send additional US troops there, questioning the value of continued American presence after sixteen years of war.
But alternate options, including a full-scale withdrawal or a plan to send more private contractors to Afghanistan, have also been met with skepticism. Speaking Thursday, Defense Secretary James Mattis said a decision about Afghanistan was imminent.
“We will move this toward a decision,” Mattis said at a meeting with his Japanese counterpart held at the State Department. “We were coming very close to a decision, and I anticipate it in the very near future.” The Afghanistan debate has divided members of Trump’s team, leading to heated arguments during meetings in the White House Situation Room between McMaster and Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon, a staunch nationalist who formerly worked as the chief executive of Breitbart. The dispute spilled into the open when right-wing news outlets began questioning McMaster’s loyalties; McMaster’s allies blamed Bannon for the attacks .
Kelly steered Trump toward issuing a public statement of support for McMaster, though the assault continued into the next week.
Complicating the twisted web of alliances and allegiances in Trump’s circle, Bannon was quoted in a liberal magazine this week contradicting Trump’s own claims about military action in North Korea 3— claims that members of Trump’s national security team spent days defending after the President vowed to rain “fire and fury4” on the country if its threats against the US continue.”There’s no military solution (to North Korea’s nuclear threats), forget it,” Bannon told The American Prospect5. “Until somebody solves the part of the equation that shows me that 10 million people in Seoul don’t die in the first 30 minutes from conventional weapons, I don’t know what you’re talking about, there’s no military solution here, they got us.”It wasn’t clear whether Bannon planned to attend Friday’s talks at Camp David . Originally a member of the National Security Council, Bannon was removed from the panel at McMaster’s urging 6in April.
Camp David, which Trump has visited once as President, offers a pristine setting for Friday’s discussions . It’s previously been the site of high-stakes national security sessions, including negotiations on Middle East peace under President Jimmy Carter and the annual Group of 8 summit (now the G-7) under President Barack Obama.
Trump has spent most of the past two weeks away from the West Wing, which is undergoing renovations .
- ^ John Kelly (www.cnn.com)
- ^ months of disagreement within the administration (www.cnn.com)
- ^ contradicting Trump’s own claims about military action in North Korea (www.cnn.com)
- ^ fire and fury (www.cnn.com)
- ^ The American Prospect (prospect.org)
- ^ was removed from the panel at McMaster’s urging (www.cnn.com)
- ^ is planning a western trip (www.cnn.com)
Jeremy Kyle viewers fall in love with security guard Steve after he’s asked a question about his sex life
Jeremy Kyle viewers have fallen in love with his security guard Steve thanks to his amazing response to a question about his sex life. His answer proved what a true gentleman he is, but Jeremy didn’t seem as impressed as the tonnes of viewers backing Steve on social media. David was on the show for lie detector results after admitting he was forced to watch cartoons because his fianc e thought he was cheating on her.
The guest, who has been with partner Chelsea for two-and-a-half years, confessed that they didn’t have sex with each other for a year, despite getting engaged just six months into their relationship.
Jeremy was shocked at his guest’s sex revelation (Photo: ITV) He needed to get a second opinion (Photo: ITV) Obviously Steve was on hand to help out (Photo: ITV)
Jeremy was stunned by this revelation so decided to get the opinions of some of the other men in the studio. He asked: “Steve would you stay with a woman if she didn’t have sex with you for a year?”
Running over to the security guard he shouted: “Would you stay with a woman if she didn t put out for a year?”
Steve was asked a theoretical question (Photo: ITV)
Steve simply answered “yeah” before adding: “If you love her.”
Women around the country were standing up and applauding the lovable beefcake from their sofas at home. But Jeremy was not happy with the answer and got the camera to follow him behind the scenes to cameraman Kyle.
Chelsea didn’t sleep with her partner for a whole year (Photo: ITV)
The host said: “I’ve been waiting to do this for years, you’re going a slightly red colour, would you stay with a woman who wouldn’t put out for a year?
Kyle the camera man said: “Not a chance.”
It turned out David was telling the truth and the couple left hand in hand.
Steve is every woman’s dream (Photo: ITV)
Jeremy Kyle viewers took to Twitter to back Steve.
* Jeremy Kyle airs weekdays on ITV at 9.25am