Love Island's Millie Court, Chloe Burrows and Lucinda Strafford reunite for wild night out | The Sun

LOVE Island stars Millie Court, Chloe Burrows and Lucinda Strafford were reunited last night for a wild night out together.

The trio flew to Ibiza to head to glamorous restaurant STK, where they were seen sipping cocktails and dancing on stage.

Millie, 25, who recently split from her Love Island beau Liam Reardon, jetted off to the sunny destination with her TV pals yesterday.

She took to Instagram to document their wild night out, which started out with a delicious meal and large cocktails.

Millie posted a photo of their steak dinner before the girls were entertained by a live band on stage in front of them.

Lucinda, 22, was seen getting up on stage to join the musicians and she danced and clapped her hands in the air above her head.


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The group continued to sip cocktails late into the night as they 'cheersed' their drinks towards the camera together.

"Ibiza has a special place in my soul," Millie captioned her final post in the early hours of themorning as she sang along to the music.

Meanwhile, Chloe, 25, kept fans updated as the girls posed in the mirror of their hotel room before heading out for the evening.

She gave fans a closer look at the band on stage at the event as they posed for photos and videos while the music played.

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It comes after Millie revealed she and her Love Island beau Liam, 23, had gone their separate ways after a year together.

The couple confirmed they had split in two touching Instagram stories posts as they insisted they would "remain friends".

Millie wrote: "Just wanted to jump on here to say thank you to everyone again for your support and all of your really kind words.

"It would have taken me hours to sit there and reply to each one of you so just know that I see you, you made me smile on a really hard day and I love you all."


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She continued: "Last thing I want is people to say nasty things about Liam and put the blame on him, or vice versa."

Millie added: "Going through a break-up is hard enough as it is, let alone when people are spreading rumours that are simply not true.

"Please remember we are human beings, we have feelings and always, always be kind. You never know what someone is going through."

The couple last appeared together on social media two weeks ago, cuddling up on holiday in Portugal.

Despite looking cosy, a source told the Mail that they had been growing apart for some time.

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They said: "It's been really hard for both Millie and Liam to come to this decision but after weeks of growing apart, they have come to the conclusion it's the best thing for them both.

"There has been no drama or wrongdoing and they both still fully support each other and will remain close friends."

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