Love Island‘s Jess Harding has been issued a stern warning by her mum and "proper protective" dad ahead of her sizzling show debut.
The blonde beauty, from West London, will be joining nine other sexy singletons in the famous Mallorca villa on Monday (June 5) at 9pm on ITV2.
For the next few weeks, Jess will be living her best life as she attempts to try and find a new man – and of course, take home half of that hefty £50,000.
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And while the show is famous for its raunchy scenes and sexual antics, beauty aesthetics practitioner Jess has ruled out getting down and dirty in the villa – and it’s all down to her mum and dad.
Jess spoke exclusively to Daily Star and other press before she went on the show – and despite ruling out bonking boys on the TV, Jess reckons her stint on the show will still be still be “frowned upon.”
When asked if her parents have given her any dos and don'ts ahead of going on the show, she said: “Obviously they’re both supporting me. But they both said don’t have sex on telly.”
She added: “Which I wouldn’t anyway. It couldn’t be in me. I’m a private person when it comes to that stuff.”
But still, Jess, who owns a beauty clinic, reckons her dad “probably won’t watch” – and she doesn’t mind.
“He can watch the funny parts, the unseen bits,” she quipped.
And it appears that even Jess kissing a ton of boys might not go down well with her dad.
When asked why he wouldn’t want to watch, she said: “He’s proper protective over me, and I think him seeing me kiss a load of boys is going to be a bit frowned upon.”
As for what opportunities she hopes will come out of her appearance on the show, Jess is solely focused on her business, Candy Aesthetic.
“I know a lot of the girls hope to come out to brand deals which would be amazing, but for me having my own business I’d like to expand it,” she said.
“I’d like to open more clinics – that would be my lifetime goal.”
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