Love Island's Lana and Ron on the rocks already after furious row on the plane home as they leave airport separately | The Sun

LOVE Island runners-up Ron Hall and Lana Jenkins had a furious clash on the plane home from South Africa.

Show bosses were forced to intervene during the heated row thousands of feet up in the air.

Things between the pair were so bad that they spent their first night back in the UK apart.

An onlooker said: "Lana and Ron had a furious argument on the plane home – production crew had to step in and calm it down.

"They were so fuming they refused to film the 'meeting the family' part of the reunion show at Heathrow until producers stepped in again.

"They were due to stay overnight in London together but after the fight they went back to their family homes separately to cool down."


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The couple, both 25, came through arrivals wearing forced smiles as they were greeted by cheering crowds.

They hugged their families and filmed the final part of their Love Island journey in front of fans.

The duo had a rocky time in the villa with Ron having his head turned a number of times on his way to the final.

However, it looked like they'd put their struggles behind them in recent weeks, before tensions flared on the flight.

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Days earlier, fans fumed as Ron told his dad and a pal he wasn't willing to move to Manchester to live with Lana.

He said: “She’s going to come down here. We’ve spoken about it and we’re both going to have our bases.”

It may have affected the final result as they were came a distant second to Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan.

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