Here’s your first look at the newly revamped Love Island villa

Caroline Flack has defied ITV bosses’ rules to share pictures of the newly updated Love Island villa – despite being told it had to be kept top secret.

The hostess with the mostess jetted in to Majorca last week ahead of the show’s launch on Monday June 4, and today visited the spruced up villa for the first time.

Documenting her visit on Instagram, Caroline posed outside the grounds of the posh stone-built mansion and asked her followers: "Shall we go in the villa?"

The answer was, of course, hell yes.

"So here I am in the villa," she whispered into her phone while standing out in the garden.

"I’m not allowed to say I’m here, the producer’s even looking at me now. Hahaha, but it’s too exciting."

In the reflection of her heart-shaped glasses, you could just about make out the infinity pool where the Islanders are expected to spend a lot of their time grafting.

It features a full-length camera rail so every second of flirting, eyebrow waggling and sexual contact can be lovingly caught on film.

Let’s hope the water’s been run through the filters a few times – it’s the same pool that Love Island 2017 winners Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay had sex in during broad daylight last year.

Caroline also added a snap of the pool from the smoking area – which won’t actually permit any smoking this year thanks to the villa-wide ban – showing a section of the fake grass that has been laid down next to the pool.

Aerial shots of the villa show some of the changes that have been made since last year – including the remodelled terrace at the top of the house.

Official pictures from inside the house haven’t yet been released – but it’s thought telly bosses have spent a small fortune kitting out the rented holiday home to get it looking slick and ready to open its doors to the 11 new Islanders.

The aerial pictures also show the hive of activity that goes on around the outskirts of the villa, where ITV staff, camerapeople and runners have their hub.

In the video above you can see the makeshift structures that have been put up to the left of the pool where a host of show staff will work from.

It’s thought those temporarily roofed rooms contain camera equipment and everything the staff need to help production run smoothly.

Two road entrances have been blocked by vehicles – presumably to prevent any curious passersby from catching a glimpse of the villa before it’s ready to be unveiled next Monday.

And, just behind the Love Island villa, another enormous house stands – believed to be the infamous Casa Amor from last year’s show.

That villa lies across a field from the main one, and Mirror Online exclusively revealed in 2017 that it was being brought into play in the biggest twist of the show’s history.

There’s already a rumour going around that a similar twist could happen in this series, as the Australian version of the show – also set in Majorca – has just launched.

Having a bunch of buff Aussies stroll into the UK villa halfway through the series could be very entertaining indeed – though ITV refused to confirm or deny it when approached this week.

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