Body language expert says Love Island's Kaz is 'risking the relationship' with Toby

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Photo credit: ITV2
Photo credit: ITV2

On Wednesday's episode of Love Island (June 30), we watched as Kaz Kamwi and Toby Aromolaran got to know each other on their first date. It looked like the pair had some serious chemistry as they enjoyed some flirty banter and a bottle of prosecco. But ahead of tonight's recoupling, a body language has given their verdict on the relationship, and it doesn't sound good tbh.

Speaking to the Metro, body language expert Judi James said Kaz's "over-confidence" could leave things well and truly in the friendzone. "I think that she’s possibly risking the relationship," she said.

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On their date, Kaz wasn't impressed when Toby told her she could come to one of his football games "if you want". He also admitted he's never had a girlfriend before.

"When she heard him say on the date, I’ve never had a relationship before, she hacked in. The finger came out," Judi said about Kaz's reaction to Toby's revelation, adding "I think she has got a little over confident with him."

Judi suspects Kaz's confidence could be making Toby nervous. "There’s confidence and there’s almost that straight to over-confidence where you’re picking on the other person a little bit too much," she explained.

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Giving her prediction on where the relationship is heading, Judi said: "I have in the back of my mind that that’s going to go into friendzone quite quickly if she’s not careful. And I do not want to see Kaz getting her heartbroken in this one."

Let's hope these two can work things out before tonight's recoupling then.

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