'I’m a relationship expert – this Love Island couple will have their heads turned by Casa Amor'

Ciaran Davies and Nicole Samuel
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After bursting onto our screens last month, the latest series of Love Island has been full of ups and downs. And with Casa Amor now here, the halfway point is upon us and the Islanders are currently facing the ultimate test where they will discover if their relationships can survive the introduction of 12 new bombshells.

With that in mind, life coach Michelle Elman, also known as the Queen Of Boundaries, has revealed which couple she believes will go the distance in the highly-anticipated recoupling and which couples she believes will be better off using Casa Amor to find more chemistry.

Michelle Elman
Michelle Elman has given her verdict on the current Love Island couples -Credit:Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

“Usually at this stage, couples are more cemented by the time Casa Amor arrives than they have been this season so the likelihood of all couples being switched up is quite high,” she told OK!. “Ciaran and Nicole are the most likely to survive it, having said that they love each other and therefore implying they are the most committed.

“The main issue these two have been having is feeling secure in the relationship, especially on Nicole’s side, but this may be an indication of their age as one of the youngest couples.”

Nicole Samuel, Ciaran Davies
Nicole Samuel and Ciaran Davies are the couple "most likely" to survive Casa Amor, according to Michelle -Credit:ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Despite Michelle arguing that other pairs have been more “consistent”, she also believes that some couples in the villa have been waiting for someone better to sweep them off of their feet. As a result, with six new boys and six new girls to meet, some could see their heads being turned.

“Whilst Uma and Wil, and Ayo and Mimii have been the most consistent, the concern is that they have both been using each other as a placeholder until a better option comes along which means their heads could be turned,” she explained. “Matilda and Sean also are at risk, their interest in each other seems mutual but there is a potential for a better match with more chemistry.”

Mimii Ngulube, Ayo Odukoya.
Mimii Ngulube and Ayo Odukoya could have their heads turned -Credit:ITV/REX/Shutterstock

But while some couples may find Casa Amor to be a test of their relationship, others may find that the twist in format will give them greater confidence in finding love – something which could shake things up in the villa.

“We have also seen in the past how people who have had little interest like Sean, enter Casa Amor and since their self esteem has grown, they take the opportunities that the switch up brings. Grace, Joey, Jess, Trey and Jessy as the newest couples are most likely to see shifts,” explained Michelle.

Jess White, Trey Norman
Jess White and Trey Norman could use Casa Amor as a time to "switch things up" -Credit:ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Michelle’s predictions come after Love Island star Ciaran Davies' mum Hayley shared how she was “worried” for Casa Amor after she revealed that her son already has a connection to new girl Ellie Jackson.

Speaking on Love Island's spin-off show, Aftersun, on Sunday 30 June, she said: “I think he should stay with Nicole I do. I like her yeah.

“But there's a lady in there, what's her name, yeah Ellie [Jackson], he knows her. I think Ellie had chased, Ellie had conversations with Ciaran. They like each others posts on Instagram, we have done our homework!”

She continued: “So I am a bit worried about what clips are going to be shown.”

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