Love Island’s Jess lives in London with her twin Eve, and we’ve found photos showing exactly what their apartment looks like.
We’ve learnt a lot about the Love Island cast since the new series started six weeks ago. Siannise loves Disney, Luke T’s mum is prone to a good old cry, and Mike is very, very scared of lions. The only thing we don’t know much about is where they used to live, which is why we’ve done some digging and found out for you. We’ve already shown you Shaughna, Paige, Luke M, Demi, Sophie and Connor’s homes, and now we’ve uncovered where Jess, formerly from Cambridge, stays when she’s in London with her twin Eve. Take a look.
Jess shares a flat in London with Eve, and her bedroom features white walls and grey wooden floors that also run throughout the rest of the property. She has a large double bed with white linen and grey pillows to match the flooring, and a wooden bedside table with silver handles. Naturally, there’s also a silver cosmetic mirror to hand.
On the other side, you can see an old fireplace where Jess keeps a long mirror, another smaller mirror, and a glass vase with cream flowers. She has a white wardrobe with silver handles matching her bedside table, and a grey fluffy rug.
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The grey wooden floors and white walls continue into the hallway, where there’s yet another mirror with a black wooden frame. You can also see an apartment phone buzzer for Jess to let her guests in and out.
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The living room
Jess and Eve clearly had a design in mind as the grey and white theme applies to the living room, too. There’s a similar grey rug to the one we’ve seen in her bedroom, alongside simple black and white coffee tables that slot into each other, and a contemporary floor lamp with a long silver stand.
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Though Jess hasn’t shared a photo of her bathroom herself, twin Eve (who lives with Jess) posted this mirror selfie. It shows cream tiles, a silver radiator towel rail and a matching silver light switch.
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