Amy Hart says Love Island 2019 will be first ever sex free series

AMY Hart has said this year’s Love Island will be the first sex-free series as contestants are too worried about their parents watching them getting frisky under the sheets.

The ITV2 show has seen it’s fair share of passionate moments throughout the years but the Air Hostess, 27, who quit the Villa on Monday, explained why her fellow Islanders are holding back.

Speaking to The Sun’s Bizarre, she revealed that none of the couples still in the villa are likely to have sex as they are too scared to be intimate on TV.

The reality star said: “No one wants to have sex as it’s a family show now. It used to be more niche but my 73-year-old nan and grandad are obsessed with it.

“It was hard knowing they would be watching it and seeing me upset.”

However, most of the intimate moments take place in the hideaway, where couples can enjoy some alone time.

Yet, the space has only been used once this series by Curtis Pritchard and Amy on day eight, and has not been seen since.

Asked if she regrets being intimate with Curtis, she said: “I was laying in bed with a bloke I really fancied. I don’t regret it. You forget the cameras are there.”

Earlier this series, Tommy Fury confirmed that he had gone all the way with Molly-Mae Hague in the communal bedroom.

The professional boxer was having a racy chat with house therapist Curtis when he opened up about their steamy night romp – and gave a demonstration

At the time, Curtis asked him: “So nothing’s happened yet with you and Molly then?”

But instead of answering the question properly, Tommy simply said: “A gentleman never reveals.”

And then he went on to reveal it by teasing Curtis about it telling him he and Molly were “in a very good position”.

It comes after The Sun revealed Tommy and Molly-Mae had not had sex – but had performed a sex act.

The couple’s steamy bedtime antics left fans stunned, with many believing that the two had become the first couple in the 2019 villa to have sex.

He then got down on the grass and demonstrated the position for his friend while remaining mum with actual words – but grinning from ear to ear.

This year’s series has seen a lot less Islanders “doing bits” than previous years, which many believe is down to the Hideaway being put on the back burner by producers.

In previous series, the hideaway has seen plenty of action – last year alone, Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham, Laura Anderson and Wes Nelson all used it, while Megan Barton Hanson went in there with both Wes and Eyal Booker.

However, Jack and Dani refrained from “doing bits” and went on to win the show.

The Islanders move to refrain from getting intimate comes three years after Zara Holland was stripped of her Miss Great Britain crown for getting passionate with Alex Bowen on 2016’s show.