Celebrity psychic Sally Morgan believes there could already trouble could be in paradise for Love Island 2022 winners Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti.

As part of OK! 's annual catch-up with psychic to the stars, Sally reveals to us what she believes the New Year will bring around for some of the biggest names in UK entertainment.

And when it comes to Turkish actress Ekin and Italian stallion Davide – who together bagged first place over fellow Islanders Gemma Owen and Luca Bish in this summer's final – Sally sadly can't envisage the couple going the distance next year.

"Despite winning Love Island, Ekin-Su and Davide will struggle to remain an item as they go into 2023," Sally predicts. "The pressure on Davide to stay committed to the relationship will become too much."

She adds: "They’ll put on a brave face in front of the cameras for the first few months of the New Year, but they’ll really struggle to keep making each other happy in private."

The couple recently moved in together and appeared loved-up as Davide supported Ekin at the launch of her new cosmetics collection just before Christmas.

But Ekin-Su seemingly waged war on TikTok star Max Balegde after he claimed that a "prominent UK couple" are faking their very public relationship, with fans speculating that Max was talking about Ekin-Su and Davide.

Speaking on the most recent episode of his The Useless Hotline Podcast, comedy star Max told listeners he knew that one high-profile couple in the British spotlight were involved in a "fake relationship" – but he didn't mention any names.

However, viewers were quick to guess Max was alluding to this year's Love Island winners Ekin-Su and Davide – one of only two couples that have remained an item since leaving the show.

And according to The Tab, the Turkish bombshell slammed the social media star in a now-deleted tweet, claiming she doesn't know who he is.

"Oh f**k off Max," she allegedly wrote. "Trying to stay relevant by associating with us. Don't even know who you are mate. P**s off with your sad TikTok life."

On the podcast, Max told listeners: "There's possibly one relationship specifically that's very prominent in the UK media right now, that I maybe happen to know is definitely not real."

"I met the person who's in it and they were quite nice to me, but they definitely said something that would indicate that they are one hundred per cent not in a relationship with said person.

"When you meet someone and within the first hour they say to you, 'Find me a small brunette with a tight p***y that I can throw around', and you know that they're supposedly in a very public relationship, and then you go home and meet the other person who's in that relationship…"

He added: "I met the other person who's part of that possibly fake – allegedly fake – relationship. I was like, 'I've just been with such-a-body and they were so complimentary of you', blah blah blah, and they go, 'Really?', as if to be like, 'We're not actually together'.

"That actually shocks me a little bit. And I met this person with the long hair and the boobs. They were really lovely and I felt for whatever reason pressure to tell them that their counterpart had just been saying really nice things about them when they didn't actually mention them at all.

"But ever since then, I'd really clocked onto it, because if you go for a run and paparazzi are there… that's staged."

Sally Morgan’s book 'Secret Spirit' is out now.

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