You can now get your hands on Love Island baby grows for your little love

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  • We've tracked down Love Island-inspired gear especially for the babies in your life – so they can join in the hype too.

    This week’s Love Island saw the unrealistically attractive couples that we’ve been obsessed over for the last seven weeks trying their hands at parenting.

    After days of fans complaining that there’s not yet been a baby episode and the show’s nearly over, we finally got to enjoy the sight of the sunkissed ‘sorts’ waking up dishevelled to the sound of (multiple) babies crying. Welcome to our life!

    And while many viewers may have been being entertained by Josh pulling his baby’s arm off or Dr Alex pranging out and flipping his daughter out of her stroller mid-race (not the best daddy day care), we had our heads turned by what the babies were wearing.

    You may have missed the quick appearance, but underneath their outfits the dolls were wearing these adorable Love Island bodysuits.

    The babygrows, sold by online retailer My 1st Years, had villa-esque captions printed on them including, ‘Tiny Islander’, ‘Team Mummy’, ‘Team Daddy’ and ‘My 1st Holiday’.

    But while they were fashionable little bubbas, it would have been fun to see them donning more personalised Love Island merch, including the iconic personalised water bottle.

    My 1st Years do sell personalised bottles with names and cute animals on them, but without the pink swirly writing we see on the show, if you wanted to complete the Love Island look.

    As well as fans of the show, we bet these are also ideal gifts for former Love Island contestants who are already mums or mums-to-be.

    Tyla Carr, who was on the show in 2017, recently announced her pregnancy, so we reckon these outfits will definitely be in her repertoire or making an appearance at her baby shower.

    Or maybe Love Island mums Cara de la Hoyde and Cally Jane Beech will be keeping these in their babies’ wardrobes.

    All we know is, we’re definitely going to crack on with buying this merch.

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