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Love Island's Jessie Wynter hints at cast feud - and admits she was 'never added' to girls' WhatsApp chat

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Love Island star Jessie Wynter, who found love with farmer Will Young during her time on the show, has hinted at a cast feud.

Jessie, who hails from Australia, admitted that she was "never added" to the girls' WhatsApp chat following their time in the villa.

Jessie, 27, took part in the winter series of Love Island last year and sparked up a relationship with internet sensation, Will, 23, also known as Farmer Will.Their relationship has blossomed since their time on the show with plans to buy their own home and the pair have even talked about starting their own family one day.

Despite finding love, Jessie has admitted she was kept in the dark when it came to staying in touch with her fellow co-stars.

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