ITV Love Island stars Kaz and Toby spark dating rumours on 'cosy' Alton Towers trip

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Two former Love Island stars seemed 'fixated with each other' during a 'cosy' theme park trip. Kaz Kamwi and Toby Aromolaran have sparked rumours they were secretly dating after they were spotted 'laughing and joking' at Alton Towers.

The reality TV duo, who both starred in last year's Love Island: All Stars series on ITV, were joined by fellow islanders Chris Taylor, Mitchel Taylor and twins Jess and Eve Gale. The group rode the recently revamped Nemesis rollercoaster and Toby reportedly teased Kaz about her height as they queued for Smiler.

An onlooker reportedly told MailOnline : “Toby and Kaz looked really cosy and appear to have a close bond. They were having such a good time together, laughing and joking all day. Whether the relationship is platonic or not is hard to work out, but they certainly seem fixated with each other.”

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The Mirror has approached reps for Toby and Kaz for comment. While Kaz was single when she was dumped from the latest series, which was filmed in South Africa, Toby left with Georgia Steel.

However the couple split just weeks after they made the final together. While Toby hasn’t publicly commented on the split, Georgia took to her Instagram stories in March to say: “After seeing the reports regarding my relationship with Toby, I feel it is only right for me to be transparent and truthful with you all.

"It is true Toby has called things off. It has taken me by complete surprise and I’m still trying to process it and come to terms with it all. They say some people are in your life for a lifetime and some just for a chapter.”

Toby and Kaz first met in 2021 - and even shared a kiss in the villa before they coupled up with others. Kaz spent a few months with contestant Tyler Cruickshank, while Toby had a year-long romance with Chloe Burrows.