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These are the secret signs Luca’s relationship with Gemma is FAKE, says body language expert

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LUCA Bish and Gemma Owen's Love Island relationship is fake, a body language expert has claimed. The couple, who finished second behind Ekin-Su and Davide, have faced speculation their romance isn't real for weeks.

Despite cuddles and kisses as they touched down in the UK yesterday, Darren Stanton doesn't believe it's true love. He said: “Gemma and Luca, meanwhile, appeared much more reserved with one another and there is a lack of authenticity between both when it comes to their non-verbal body language - something which we have seen become more prevalent in recent weeks. “Gemma and Luca seemed to be the couple most aware of the photographers as their stances are the most posed out of all the couples - almost like they were famous actors or rock stars returning to the UK. "Both seem to be enjoying the limelight and adulation they’ve received since leaving the villa and their matching outfits would suggest the duo seem set on showing a united front to the public following their time together on the series.” More on Love IslandISLE BE DAMNED Richard Madeley suggests huge shake-up to Love Island as he returns to GMBEKS ON THE BEACH Furious Love Island fans call for winner Ekin-Su to replace Laura Whitmore But fans believe the couple could have a long future together, especially if they follow in the footsteps of past runners-up.

Second placed couples tend to stay together on the outside world and have a better success rate than winners. After Monday night's result, one fan wrote: "Thing is tho second place always last so like does this mean Gemma and Luca are for life?" Another said: "U know what they say about runners up they do better than the winners every season and last the longest.

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