Love Island’s Amber Davies in pregnancy scare as she ‘requested morning after pill’ and ‘was given safe sex lecture’ after unprotected romps with Kem


The pair has had sex on screen several times.

LOVE Island’s Amber Davies “requested the morning after pill” and was given a “safe sex lecture” after several unprotected romps with boyfriend Kem Cetinay.

The Daily Star reports that Amber “feared she might have been pregnant” and asked producers for the morning after pill.

According to the newspaper, the couple “enraged” Love Island bosses by not using condoms when they had sex.

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Amber then reportedly sent producers “into meltdown” when she told them her pregnancy fears.

However, after being given the morning after pill, the pair continued their unprotected romps leaving TV bosses with no choice but to give them a final warning.

A source told the Star: “Kem and Amber have been at it constantly, and producers saw they weren’t using protection.

“The pair were called into the Beach Hut and Amber requested the morning after pill which they supplied to her.

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“They’ve been issued a final warning and both Kem and Amber met with the show doctor for a three-hour lecture on the importance of safe sex.”

A show source added: “We do everything we can to encourage safe and responsible sex.”

Last week was the horniest ever in the villa as not only did Kem and Amber get down and dirty on multiple occasions but so did Montana and Alex, while Olivia performed a raunchy act on Chris.

Meanwhile, the couple were left fuming after Friday night’s show when new girl Georgia picked Kem to couple up with in a shock recoupling.

Former Towie star Georgia stirred the pot by picking Kem, who only asked Amber to be his girlfriend hours earlier.

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Speaking about her choice, she said: “I haven’t got a lot to go by yet. I think he’s got good banter and he’s kind-hearted.

“Being the new person, I don’t feel the need to play it safe. So for that reason, the boy I’d like to couple up with is Kem.”

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