Love Island reunion as Millie and Liam double date with Chloe and Toby

FANS of Love Island went into overdrive with excitement last night as four season 7 favourites went on a double date last night.

Chloe Burrows took to Instagram to share videos of her fun-filled date night with co-stars Millie Court and Liam Reardon.

She was joined by her partner and fellow Love Island runner up, Toby Aromolaran as she documented the mini-reunion on social media.

Chloe posted a series of videos on her Instagram story as the couples enjoyed drinks together.

The four reality stars then embarked on a game of crazy golf together as Chloe stunned in an orange flannel crop-top.

The double date appeared to go swimmingly for the couples, who then decided to go axe throwing.

Toby's attempt at axe throwing fell flat, and Chloe could be heard laughing in the background as he failed to throw the axe at the target.

Millie and Liam then battled Chloe and Toby in a round of bowling on the jam-packed game night.

The pairs concluded their double date night shooting hoops with some indoor basketball- which Chloe ended up winning.

The Sun previously reported on how the show's winners attended a lavish house viewing in Essex.

Looking happier than ever, loved-up Millie and Liam viewed a house as they prepare to spend their £50k prize winnings on their perfect home.

The blonde beauty told fans that she was shocked at how much her life had changed since leaving the villa.

Sharing a snap from inside the plush house, the pair beamed as they updated their followers on their property search.

Grinning from ear to ear, Liam shared a photo of an animated Millie and wrote: "Someone is excited to be property viewing."

Millie also posted a sweet photo of the couple, writing: "Crazy how much has changed in such a short amount of time…

"So grateful to everyone who has supported us along the way."

Sharing a photo from inside the all-white living room, Milly said that the property was "special", hinting that this could be the one they purchase.

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