Love Island's Chris Hughes talks about suffering in silence


On Monday, the launch of L'Eau de Chris was announced - a range of water bottles containing the actual tears of the Love Island star, in partnership with Topman.

Yep, Rylan Clark-Neal confronted Love Island's Olivia Attwood for calling him Katie Price's "lapdog", which led Chris Hughes to jump in to protect his girl.

Since then Chris refused to appear on Loose Women if Katie was a panellist while Katie hinted that he had blocked her but she still has "screenshots".

The trio clashed as Rylan was asked by a reporter what it felt like to be called "Katie Price's lap dog" by Olivia.

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'Chris then got really irate and someone had to hold him and Rylan away from each other, ' the source said.

At an event hosted on Tuesday morning to mark World Mental Health Day, Chris admitted that L'Eau de Chris, and his shoot with world-renowned photographer Rankin, was meant to symbolise the fact that 84% of United Kingdom men say they bottle up their emotions according to YouGov, and to raise awareness for CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), the male suicide prevention charity for which Chris is now an ambassador.

'If I was used by Katie I'd expect to be on a bigger wage than I am now. She's got a lot of money in the bank.

He added: "I won't have anyone say I get involved in anyone's f*****g relationships because over the past five years I haven't even publicised my own relationships so why would I get involved in other people's?"

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The argument arose as Rylan spoke on This Morning to defend pal Katie Price by revealing she had "52 screen shots" of conversations between her and Chris Hughes which he'd denied.

"That is all I'm saying on the matter, she asked me to say it, I don't want to add fuel to the fire".

Hughes and Clark-Neal later took to Twitter to shut down claims of the very public spat, with the former writing: "Great night at the @Specsavers event hosted by @Rylan who did a great job as per! Been a long, tiring day, but a great way to finish it".

Clark-Neal replied: "Shattered after our "bust up".

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Phew, we're glad the boys have made up because we're not sure we can handle any more Katie/Chris drama.