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Love Ireland Love Island's Toby Aromoloran arrives in Co. Mayo with Irish mum

The semi-professional footballer has finally set foot on Irish soil and has been documenting his travels over on his Instagram Stories.

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Toby Aromolaran (Joel Anderson/ITV)

Toby Aromolaran (Joel Anderson/ITV)

Toby Aromolaran (Joel Anderson/ITV)

Love Island runner up Toby Aromoloran has touched down in Ireland with his Irish mother.

The 22-year-old, who made it to the Love Island final in August with his girlfriend Chloe Burrows after two months in the villa, has arrived in Ireland for a visit with his mum Victoria.

Viewers of the popular reality dating show were both shocked and delighted this summer to discover that Toby’s mum hailed from Mayo when she visited him in the villa.

Taking to his Instagram Stories in a Q&A on Saturday, Toby said: “I’m in Ireland next week. I’m in Ireland next week. Tuesday to Thursday.

“Dublin and Mayo,” he added.

Now, the semi-professional footballer has finally stepped foot on Irish soil and has been documenting his travels over on his Instagram Stories.

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Toby's Instagram Story this morning

Toby's Instagram Story this morning

Toby's Instagram Story this morning

Early this morning, Toby shared a video of him hopping on a plane and couldn’t contain his excitement.

“[We’re going to] Dublin now and me and mum will see you in an hour and a half,” he said as he pointed the camera at his mum.

Captioning the video, he added an Irish flag emoji and wrote: “We on our way! Dublin bound!”

After he landed in Dublin Airport, Toby showed off his black rental car and exclaimed: “This is my new car for the journey. It’s our new car!”

And the reality star updated fans on his location this afternoon by checking in at Kilbride in Co. Mayo for a quick pit stop and some “fresh air.”

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“I’ve been sleeping and I think we’re 20 minutes away,” he told his one million followers before zooming up on a horse in the background and laughing: “My man the horse over there.”

Fans are sure to receive some more updates on Toby’s Irish travels soon.

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