Love Island's Faye Winter reveals who she hated in the villa the most
Faye admitted she hated this co-star and that she knew them outside the villa.
Faye Winter appeared on the seventh series of Love Island in 2021 and placed third alongside ex-boyfriend Teddy Soares.
Speaking on the most recent episode of the Saving Grace podcast, Faye revealed that she knew co-star Jake Cornish before they were in the villa together.
Host, Grace Keeling asked Faye who she hated the most during her time on the reality TV show.
Faye didn't hesitate at all and said: "Jake.
"Didn't like him. I knew him from before the villa. Yeah, he actually dated one of my friends.
"When he walked in I said 'I know him' and then I thought I'd give him a chance.
"I'm one of these girls, like I will give you a chance, if someone else hates you I'm not going to hate you because of it.
"I'm going to be wary, but yeah I really didn't like him and really love Lib.. so.."
While on the podcast Faye also reveals that she was a step-mum for almost five years before Love Island.
She said: "I was a step-mum for five years, at 18 'til 23.
"I actually used to do the school run on my own and got a lovely car out of it, perfect,"
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Faye is still getting over ex Teddy.
Jake was coupled up with Liberty Poole from day one of the show.
But, their romance was short lived and they split.
Faye recently opened up about her relationship with fellow islander, Teddy Soares.
In a recent interview with OK! Magazine, Faye said although it was her decision to end the relationship, she's still going through a "grieving process".
She said she was open to making the relationship work and wanted small changes to be made but said "it didn't work out that way".
Faye and Teddy were living together until their split back in February, but have both moved out since.
She told the magazine: "I think with any break-up and any grieving process, it comes in waves. You know, sometimes the sea is like a millpond and then all of a sudden there will be a big wave.
"There are still some days where I get really emotional, but it’s been easier to try and move on knowing there is full closure now."