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Marcel Somerville gets 'withdrawal symptoms' from Gabby Allen

Marcel Somerville gets 'withdrawal symptoms' from Gabby Allen

Love Island's Marcel Somerville is getting "withdrawal symptoms" from his girlfriend Gabby Allen after they spent their first night apart from one another on Thursday (27.07.17).

The loved-up pair have been inseparable since they met and fell in love inside the famous villa at the beginning of last month, so it's no wonder the Blazin' Squad hunk was missing his partner when he went back home without her yesterday evening.

Taking to his Instagram, the 31-year-old singer uploaded a photograph of him and Gabby cuddling up to one another alongside the sweet caption: "Not sharing a bed with this one tonight is gonna be weird!!! #withdrawlsymptoms but I'm lookin forward to seeing my house!!! #imcominhome #hometime (sic)."

But it won't be long before the pair are back in each other's arms as there is expected to be a 'Love Island' reunion - featuring all of the contestants - this weekend.

The pair initially raised eyebrows about the authenticity of their romance inside the villa as they managed to share a bed for two months without having sex.

But they have revealed they finally did the deed after the wrap party earlier this week as they were away from the cameras and couldn't wait to get frisky beneath the sheets.

Gabby said recently: "We had sex last night after the wrap party. We were in a villa with no cameras so we flip reversed it."

Meanwhile, although he's only just returned to England following six weeks in Mallorca, Spain, Marcel has been very busy as he's just landed a publishing deal.

Marcel took to Twitter to announce the news of his new book yesterday and wrote: "News!! I'm excited to announce I am releasing my own book in August with Blink Publishing, 'Dr Marcel's Little Book of Big Love' #LoveIsland (sic)"

He's also expected to rejoin his band Blazin' Squad later this year and recently teased that the hip-hop group have been talking about dropping some new material.