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Not Faye-r Love Island: Faye wants to mend her relationship with Teddy

Faye tells Millie on the balcony that she thinks she might have made a big mistake.

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Faye Winter (Joel Anderson/ITV/PA)

Faye Winter (Joel Anderson/ITV/PA)

Faye Winter (Joel Anderson/ITV/PA)

Faye gets ready to fix things with Teddy and Aaron cracks on with the girls in tonight’s Love Island.

Faye and Teddy dramatically ended their whirlwind romance in recent days after Faye began to question her partner’s honesty during a movie night with their fellow Islanders.

However, Faye is now doubting her decision to dump Teddy and a first look at tonight’s episode shows the 26-year-old acknowledging her mistake.

In a conversation on the day beds, Millie asks: “Do you think that you’ve learned from that experience? Would you react different?”

Faye responds: “I can’t say that I’m never going to fire up again.”

“You don’t have any regrets about how you’ve reacted?” Millie says.

Chloe chimes in: “Do you wish you’d handled it differently?”

Faye then admits: “I feel bad. There’s no excuse for the way I just flew off the handle.”

Later that day, Faye tells Millie on the balcony that she thinks she might have made a big mistake.

“Ultimately I know that I can’t react to situations like that. [It’s the] first time in my life I’ve not been able to run, in here.

“I can’t promise that like that that side of me isn’t gonna to blow, like that there isn’t gonna be things that I blow up about. Like, I am really hurt. Like, I am really upset.”

Meanwhile, Aaron gets to know some of the villa girls and pulls Chloe for a chat.

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He tells her: “I still want to get to know you... You were probably in contention top three.”

Unfortunately for Aaron, Chloe seems to have her heart set on Toby.

So, Chloe might not be the one for Aaron, but a separate chat with Mary suggests that there may still be hope for the footballer on Love Island.

“You’re definitely the person in here that I just want to spend time with. Not in like a cringey way,” he says.

“That’s good,” she smiles.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Player.

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