Maura Higgins warns Chris Taylor to watch out after spending lockdown alone without a man

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Maura Higgins dropped a warning to the "next man" that she's going to be a handful after she spent six months in lockdown without a man.

New boyfriend Chris Taylor, 29, had better have got the message.

The Love Island stars have confirmed they're a couple after months of speculation over their close friendship.

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And talking about the next man in her life Maura, 30, told Fabulous magazine: "I 100 per cent feel the sexiest of my life.

"I’m getting sexy for my new man! Now I definitely feel like I’m ready to be with somebody.

"I’m 100 per cent single and ready to mingle.


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"God help the next man I meet. I’m not sure he’ll be able to put up with me!"

The loved up pair announced they were in love on Instagram earlier this week sending fans into a frenzy.

Maura took to her Instagram to share a picture of the couple looking madly in love and captioned it: "He's mine".

Chris then posted the same photo from their recent trip to Dubai, and he wrote: "Turns out I fell in love with my best mate."

Friends and fans were thrilled at the candid confession and were quick to comment on their announcement.

Love Island 2020 winner Greg O'Shea wrote: "This is what 2020 needed," followed by two red heart emojis.

Gemma Collins said: "I’m so happy for you," followed by two red heart emojis.

And Love Island fan Jacqueline Jossa raved: "Thank f**k!"

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