The stars of Winter Love Island could be left wearing jumpers instead of bikinis this series amid plunging temperatures in Cape Town.
The show has relocated to South Africa to make the most of the country’s summer with the Islanders set to enjoy daily highs of around 28 degrees Celsius.
However, temperatures will plunge to around 12 degrees Celsius in the evenings meaning the stars may have to cover up if they want to sit outside.
The new villa is also housed on a hill top – leaving it open to chilly winds that could leave the Islanders running for their winter woollies.
It may explain why show bosses have introduced a new feature called the Dog House to the villa.
It’s a space inside the property with a pull down bed where contestants who have been booted out of the main bedroom can sleep.
Usually after arguments or break-ups, the stars end up sleeping on the day beds outside or on one of the sofas.
It’s unlikely any of the Islanders will want to volunteer to sleep outside if the evenings are as chilly as forecast.
It may also put an end to the skimpy outfits worn by the stars at night, when they typically gather outside discussing the day’s events – or face recouplings and dumpings around the fire pit.
The South African villa is five times the size of the show’s regular retreat in Majorca.
Other additions to the new site include a boys’ dressing room to let the men bond, and a large staircase.
The fire pit makes a welcome return, while the outside decks on three levels allow private chats with extra seating the kitchen.
Another hot tub has been conveniently positioned in the notorious Hideaway.
The secluded spot will allow the islanders to enjoy some privacy if the mood takes them.
While the inside of the Hideaway has been decked out in vibrant pink hues.
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