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Inside Love Island’s Ekin-Su’s Essex and Turkey homes as she shows off lavish lifestyle

Love Island star Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu is currently making herself at home in the ITV2 show’s Majorca villa after recently coupling up with Jay Younger. But away from the drama of her secret kisses and tense relationship with Davide Sanclimenti, the 27 year old actress lives a more relaxed life split between Essex and Turkey.

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