Love Island’s Camilla Thurlow was left a little red-faced during last night’s show after being questioned about claims she previously dated Prince Harry.
The islanders were playing a game of Truth or Dare when the 27-year-old was asked about her relationship history.
Sam Gowland asked Camilla directly whether the claims were true.
He asked her: “Is it true that you used to date Prince Harry?”
As their fellow islanders gasped Camilla remained shy as she took a sip of her drink.
A baffled Chris jumped in asking: “As in THE Prince?”
She responded: “Honestly, a lady never tells.”
Whilst some might have wanted all the juicy details, most viewers branded Camilla “classy” for her decision not to respond to the question with a straight answer.
One wrote on Twitter: “Camilla, is it true you dated Prince Harry?” Camilla: “A Lady never tells” YAAASSS you classy gal. #LoveIsland.”
Another said: “I love that everyone knows about Camilla and Prince Harry dating – yet she won’t speak about it. Forever classy #LoveIsland #TeamCamilla.”
“Love how Camilla didn’t boast about her relationship with Prince Harry for fame #LoveIsland,” a third tweeted.
“Can we put Prince Harry in Love Island for Camilla pls #LoveIsland,” a fourth added.
— Adela (@HarajukuSakuraa) June 18, 2017
— olivia mcghie (@oliviarose18xx) June 18, 2017
Love how camilla didn't boast about her relationship with prince Harry for fame #LoveIsland
— natasha (@tvthings_) June 18, 2017
Can we put Prince Harry in love island for Camilla pls #LoveIsland
— Adie (@AdieOates) June 18, 2017
The explosive ordnance specialist also kept quiet when asked if she had dated anyone famous during her introduction interview.
“Have I dated anyone famous?” she said.
“I think maybe we all have a few skeletons in our closet… but it’s good to have a little bit of mystery.”
Guess she’s not going to be spilling any secrets on THAT romance.
Meanwhile Tyne-Lexy was the latest islander to be dumped from the villa after Sunday’s recoupling.
Jonny Mitchell was the final boy to choose who he wanted to couple up with.
Tyne-Lexy and Camilla were the only girls left and Jonny decided to recouple with Camilla leaving Tyne-Lexy having to say goodbye to her fellow islanders.
The heated recoupling saw Jess and Dom and Kem and Amber stick to their original couples.
While newbie Mike stole Olivia from Chris – who then chose to pair up with Chloe.
Marcel thrilled viewers after choosing to couple up with Gabby after the two have been getting close over the past few days.
Love Island continues at 9pm tonight on ITV2.