Love Island's Andrew Le Page and Chyna Mills joined some of their fellow reality stars at Whitley Neill's Connoisseur's Cut Gin launch party in London.

Chyna, who recently confirmed her romance with Strictly's Neil Jones, wore black cycling shorts and a lacy bralette under a pink blazer along with strappy heels for her night out.

Chyna and Andrew were not the only TV personalities spotted on Wednesday night, as Chloe Borrows was there too, donning a denim mini dress which showed off her toned pins, paired with bright pink heels and a tiny handbag.

Meanwhile, Andrew appeared solo without girlfriend Tasha Ghouri and sported a light grey top, dark trousers and Nike trainers.

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu's love rival Nathalia Campos also made an appearance, rocking a sage green satin mini dress and a black jacket and gold necklace. The brunette beauty beamed as she sampled a large glass of Gin at the event.

Bombshell Lacey Edwards flaunted her fabulous figure as she arrived at the venue wearing a black strapless mini dress with matching heels. The professional dancer wore her raven hair down and applied edgy makeup to complete her effortless look.

Ronan Keating's son, Jack, dressed in a casual ensemble of light-washed jeans, a white-Tee, trainers and a chequered shirt, as he posed for a snap with Chyna.

The Islander-filled event comes after Ofcom announced they will not further pursue complaints about the eighth series of the ITV2 show, despite receiving more than 7000 complaints relating to the “alleged misogynistic and bullying behaviour” by some of the male contestants.

The broadcasting watchdog noted that their decision was made as "negative behaviour in the villa was not shown in a positive light".

7,482 complaints were received across the show's eight weeks on air. The highest volume was 2,626 for an episode which aired on July 17, of which 2,600 related to perceived misogynistic behaviour.

Other complaints made were centred around alleged "emotional abuse and coercive control" by the male Islanders.

An Ofcom spokesperson said: “We carefully assessed complaints about this series on a range of issues including alleged misogynistic and bullying behaviour.

“We recognise that emotionally charged or confrontational scenes can upset some viewers. But, in our view, negative behaviour in the villa was not shown in a positive light.

“Viewers saw other islanders condemning the behaviour and offering advice and support, as well as scenes where apologies were made.

“We also took into account that the format of this reality show is well established and viewers would expect to see the highs and lows as couples’ relationships are tested.”


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