Love Island's Liam reveals bleak living room set-up after moving out of £1m mansion amid split with Millie | The Sun

LOVE Island star Liam Reardon has showed fans his bleak living room set-up after moving out of the £1million mansion he shared with his ex Millie.

Liam won the show last year with Millie Court, but the couple announced they had ended their relationship in July.

Liam moved back to his hometown in Wales before moving back to Essex after finding his own house.

But it's taken time to get his new place feeling like home – and he even had to use an ironing board as a table.

Sharing a picture of the set up, Liam said: "So this is how I was eating dinner for a while until my arm chair arrived. Now I eat on my lap lol.

"Laugh all you want but I think it's quite creative.


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"My dining table arrives tomorrow and my beds and sofa come in 3 weeks' time.

"Currently been sleeping on a mattress on the floor for the last four weeks."

Despite the upheaval, Liam remains positive things will work out for him.

He added: "It's not ideal but it's all part of the process.I'll get there in the end. This photo still kills me."

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It comes after the Welsh hunk broke his silence on his split from Millie – admitting it has been "very hard" dealing with "untrue rumours".

There was speculation Liam had been unfaithful during their relationship outside of the villa, but Millie was quick to shut it down.

Opening up to fans last night, Liam said: "A lot of you asked this [how I've been coping].

"I'm doing good thank you to all that asked.

"It's been a difficult few months, with moving from my home in Essex to moving back to Wales and now back living back in Essex on my own.

"Break-ups can be very hard and being in the public eye just make it that extra bit more difficult to deal with especially when you have rumours etc coming out and people judging your character off something which isn't true.

"But I've been down and when you're down you can either stay down or do what you can to pick yourself up, dust yourself off and move forward. And that's what I'm doing.

"Just want to say love to all you guys who follow and support me, especially over these past few months it means the world."

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