Love Island’s Millie Court addresses Liam Reardon reunion for the first time since split

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Love Island 2021 winner Millie Court has finally addressed rumours that she's back with ex-beau Liam Reardon after of a nine-month split.

Speaking to best pal and roommate Chloe Burrows on her 'Vs. The World' podcast, 26 year old fashionista Millie opened up about the fact the two rekindled their romance, just months after Liam, 23, took part in the latest series of Celebs Go Dating.

The reunited couple appeared to have confirmed their romance earlier this year after they were papped holding hands on their way to the Barbie premiere, despite the fact they later assured to steer clear of one another when it came to red carpet snaps.

"My last point is – Barbie premiere. But do you actually want to talk about what?" fellow 2021 islander Chloe starts on the podcast, to which Millie replies, "Err, yeah?" before busting out loud.

"So, you went to the Barbie premiere?"

"I did go to the Barbie premiere."

Chloe cheekily asks, "On your own? No comment. With a mate?", before Millie smiles, "With my boyfriend!"

"Wow, that's scary," Chloe teases.

"Yeah, we have a good time together."

Later in the popular podcast, Millie – who yesterday perfectly showcased the power of a Charlotte Tilbury liquid highlighter – opened up about her sex life with Liam after a listener was keen to know, "Who is the best person you've had sex with?".

Millie quickly replied: "My current boyfriend."

While Love Island fans were ecstatic to hear that the winning duo are back together, Millie and Liam appear to be keen to stay out of the headlines, with the aim of cultivating a healthier relationship in private.

"Me and Millie, we're doing well," Liam recently told Mirror Online. "We're taking things slow and kind of keeping it between us as much as possible. And just taking it day by day – we're enjoying it.

"I live on my own, she lives on her own and we're seeing each other throughout the week and it's going nice. We're not putting too much pressure on it.

"We just feel like before it was a case of me, her and everybody else in the relationship and, you know, it's between me and Millie and that's kind of it," he elaborated.

"Like I said, baby steps, but I'm enjoying the process. It was partly the reason why we went our separate ways back last year, so now we want to kind of just have some sort of control.

"And some people say, 'Oh no one even cares that much'. I'm not doing it to try and be mysterious about our relationship, it was just the fact that a lot of people – the person saying that might not be – but a lot of people are very invested and sometimes it's nice, but it can get a bit too much sometimes."

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