Love Island selling baby name sippycups for £10 so you can match with your little one

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The countdown is on for Love Island 2021, which is coming to our screens on Monday 28 June at 9pm.

And if you, like us, are ready to get your long hot summer started then now is the time to stock up on Love Island-related goods.

The water bottles the contestants carry about quickly became a must-have item after recent series’ and now there’s a new model up for grabs – so little ones can get involved too.

Yes, there are now Love Island Baby Beakers, £10, and you can even get your tot's name put onto them.

The adorable beakers are being sold on the show’s official online shop, with a caption: “Are you #matchymatchy with your baby this summer? Buy the Limited Edition Official Love Island Baby Beaker now!"

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You can choose the writing colour, with options of blue, pink and yellow available and then you simply enter your baby’s name et voila, you and your tot can sip out of matching bottles.

Also on the website you’ll discover there two adult water bottles for £20 up for grabs, so you could get one for yourself and your partner.

And there’s even a Love Island robe in a pink shade, which you can also personalise.

So, get kitted out and get on the sofa to tune into the new series as ‘I’ve got a text’ and ‘can I pull you for a chat’ are two phrases we’re about to hear way more of.

Series seven will see a reportedly see a diverse group of sexy singletons enter the Majorca villa in a bid to find love and win a whopping £50,000.

A source told MailOnline: “Crew members are scheduled to fly out to Majorca on June 20 – with the series expected to launch a week later.

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“The delayed launch date will not have an impact on the length of the series, with the show still running for a duration of eight weeks."

Despite rumours that Love Island could take place in the UK for the first time, filming is set to take place in the show's original home of Majorca.

According to reports, the next batch of Islanders will be setting up home at a luxury villa on the outskirts of picturesque village Sant Llorenç des Cardassar.

ITV commissioner Amanda Starvi spoke out about the revival of the series as she told Radio Times: “We haven’t announced anything officially but Majorca is very much the home of Love Island."

She added: "We did look into some back-up plans but we were all very much focused on making it happen in Majorca, which is where it belongs quite frankly.”

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