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Jess Gale breaks down in tears as she’s reunited with twin sister Eve and says she ‘never wants to leave’ her again


JESS Gale burst into tears when she reunited with twin sister Eve last night.

The Love Island finalists are now back in the UK and blonde bombshell Jess says she "never wants to leave" her sister again.

An excited Eve posted a video to her Instagram story of her hugging Jess tightly, who she was separated from for five weeks.

Eve, 20, captioned the vid "SHE'S BACK", followed by a white heart emoji.

Jess, 20, took to her Instagram account and replied to the video with a touching message which read: "Back with my soul mate. No one will ever compare."

The two entered the Love Island villa at the end of day one as bombshells and began their journeys by coupling up with Callum and Mike respectively.

However,  neither of them formed a connection with the two Love Island OG's and both were remaining at the end of the first re-coupling, meaning one twin would be the first to leave.

Jess was picked by Nas, meaning Eve was dumped and the twins were savagely split up after less than a week in the villa together.

Having been separated for her sister for no longer than five days in the past, Love Island would prove to be an even tougher test for Jess than she thought.

She would go on to date both Luke M and Mike, before finding the man of her dreams in 23-year-old Ched.

Jess and Ched slowly built a connection during the Casa Amor period and the twin decided to re-couple with him.

She chose between the tall and muscular Ched and Scottish lad Biggs, who was dumped from the island after failing to make a connection strong enough to keep him in the villa.

The scaffolder from Suffolk went on a couple of dates with Jess and the two quietly made their way into the final along with Luke M and Demi, Finn and Paige and Siannise and Luke T.

Their journey on the show came to an end when they finished in fourth place.

Love Island’s Jess and Ched have dinner with each other's families before partying with finalists on boozy night out

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