Love Island stars’ adorable childhood pictures revealed – and they were so cute

Adorable childhood pictures of some of this year's Love Island stars have been unveiled – and they were so cute.

The sweet snaps were shown on tonight's episode of spin-off show Aftersun, hosted by Caroline Flack.

Amber Gill's picture shows her natural beauty as she's snapped sitting at a table in a restaurant.

Her natural dark curls hang down to her shoulders and she has a slick of red lipstick and some blush on her cheeks.

The Geordie beauty looks to be in her early teens in the snap.

Curtis Pritchard's picture shows him as an adorable little boy, seemingly making the most of his time on holiday.


The smiling youngster has a flowery lei around his neck and a huge grin on his face.

It looks like the professional dancer is fresh out of the pool as he poses up against some greenery.

Molly-Mae Hague appears to be a bridesmaid in her throwback snap.


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The Instagrammer looks to be in her teenage years as she poses for a snap in a lovely royal blue dress and with a bouquet of flowers in her hands.

Molly-Mae's hair is styled into pretty curls and a classic wedding up do.

She looks pretty as a picture as she smiles for the camera.


Yewande Biala looks a little moody in her childhood picture.

The scientist is seen sitting on the stairs and giving the camera a steely gaze.

Dressed in pretty pink pyjamas, the youngster has her dark locks tucked behind her ears as she stares into the lens.


* Love Island airs at 9pm on ITV2

* Love Island: Aftersun airs Sundays at 10pm on ITV2

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