Paige Turley reveals her one Love Island regret

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Winter Love Island winner Paige Turley has revealed the one thing she regrets from her time in the villa.

Speaking to The Sun's TV Mag, she said: "The only thing I’ve ever regretted was when I said to Finn: 'Pucker up, big boy.' I don't know why I used that line! When I came out, someone said it to me and I was like: 'Oh, that’s a thing…'" she added.

But, despite the v cringy pickup line, Paige said she "wouldn’t change anything" about being on the show.

Paige and her boyfriend Finn Tapp won the season and collected the £50,000 cash prize. Although the couple are still very much together, Paige admitted she can't remember what she did with her share of the 50k. "It was such a good experience," she said "although I’m not sure what I did with the prize money."

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In her interview, she also opened up about what life is really like inside the villa. "I’d always thought you’d have a lot of time by the pool sunbathing, but we actually weren’t ever sitting about too much" she said. "The guys would get a barber to come in to do their hair, and we’d have girls come in to do our nails and stuff most weeks, so then you could have some downtime. And we’d get a takeaway usually once a week," she continued.

"There was never really a day off, but we didn’t get bored as there was always something to do in the villa," Paige added, "we were always kept busy."

Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

Since leaving the villa, Paige has kept in contact with most of her fellow Islanders. "We see the guys who are Manchester-based quite a lot - Callum, Molly and Jamie. I’m still in touch with Shaughna, the twins and Demi - quite a lot of the gang," she revealed.

"Everybody got on" she said about the cast, "it just felt like a big holiday with your friends."

The new season of Love Island returns to screens on Monday June 28 at 9pm.

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