Love Island’s Cara de la Hoyde says ‘feminine’ Curtis isn’t good enough for Amy

Love Island winner Cara de la Hoyde dubbed Curtis Pritchard "feminine" as she said he's not good enough for Amy Hart.

The 2016 winner, who recently married beau Nathan Massey, who she met on the show, says Amy was "way too nice" for professional dancer Curtis.

The ladies met for the first time today as they headed to Crystal Clear skincare in Essex to get H20 Glow facials ahead of the ITV Gala.

Cara, who was at the event with Nathan and their son Freddie-George, exclusively told Mirror Online: "I met Amy today as we both had facials with Crystal Clear. My skin felt so bad after the wedding with the anti-climax of it all – we both had the H20 Glow Facial as it leaves your skin instantly hydrated, dewy and glowing. It was her birthday so she was also having a pamper day with Elma [Pazar] who was also in the villa, they are both such a lovely girls.

"In my opinion, she is way too nice for Curtis and she showed that in the way she left the villa! To be honest, I never really thought Amy would be Curtis’ type – he’s a bit too feminine."

She added: "I do think that the show is very different from when we went on – I don’t think half of the relationships are genuine. There’s definitely some other motives.

"Nathan and I were lucky to find love and I really do think that after meeting Amy that she was in it to find love too – however she was brutally let down.

"I had a good chat with Amy though and I know she will be fine."

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Amy quit the villa after being brutally dumped by Curtis after his head was turned during the Casa Amor twist.

She had been planning to tell Curtis she loved him, and was left devastated when she found out how he felt.

Curtis has since moved on with Maura Higgins.

Amy left the villa because she couldn't bear to see them cracking on with each other.

She's told her social media followers that she's not watching the show for that same reason, and says she's been overwhelmed with the support she's receieved.

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