Love Island: Liam could break Millie's heart again over crucial factor

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Love Island’s Millie Court and Liam Reardon have rekindled their romance and are back on track for their happily-ever-after, but disaster could be on the horizon.

The couple recently decided to become exclusive and sealed the deal with a kiss after days of grovelling from Liam following Casa Amor, when Lillie Haynes sensationally ratted his behaviour out.

Although all seems fairly bliss, body language expert Judi James has pointed out the one thing that cause issues for their romance down the line.

Speaking exclusively to for this week’s episode of Love Or Lie Island, she explained that Liam is having to be a middle-aged man at the tender age of 21 and suppress his playfulness.

‘He’s been pushed into a role where he is actually 32-years-old and they’ve been married for quite a few years with a couple of kids,’ she said.

‘He’s having to play this adult. He’s 21. Just because he looks older, I do feel a little bit sorry for him.

‘He’s with one of the more grown-up women in there. He’s in, what is being sold as, a serious relationship.’

Casting her eye over the other male islanders, Judi argued the same cannot be said for Toby Aromolaran.

‘Toby can release the inner child whenever he wants,’ she noted. ‘But with Liam, he’s got to be this grown-up, almost pipe-smoking father of the family. That’s what I think may cause a few problems.

‘To keep with Millie, I think he’s going to have to sell out his youth.’ Judi added.

‘There’s a psychological thing where they say rebellion will always come out one way or another and it might be something if he’s not allowed to be more playful and fun.’

Watch the full episode of Love or Lie Island here. Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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