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There's two things that every Love Island fan has been waiting to see: the "meet the parents" episode, and the baby task. W...

Love Island fan has been waiting to see: the "meet the parents" episode

There's two things that every Love Island fan has been waiting to see: the "meet the parents" episode, and the baby task.

Whilst Danny Dyer has pretty much scuppered any hopes for him landing in the villa any time soon, we do have some exciting news for you ahead of tonight's (July 25) episode.

The islanders will wake up to the sound of screeching babies (for those of you that aren't aware of this rite of passage, they're dolls not actual tiny humans), as the infamous task begins.

Yup, our favourite reality TV couplings will become parents for the day as they're tasked with looking after their very own offspring.

Dani Dyer seems particularly excited by the idea of a mini-Fincham, telling him: "Let's go and see our baby, we made a baby!"

The loved-up pair, who have just put a nasty lie detector-fuelled argument behind them, decide to name their daughter Kimberley Flo Fincham. Bless.

As is tradition, the girls are sent out of the villa for some R&R (with a side helping of gossip, naturally), whilst the boys are instructed to stay home and look after the babies.

"The DBS Society has become The Daddy Daycare Society," Wes Nelson says.

Away from the villa, the girls discuss how their partners are interacting with their sons and daughters.

"It's attractive to see that sensitive side of guys, you don't normally see it," explains Megan. "Wes is so natural with her, I'm like, 'Oh my God, you're so cute, look at you.'"

#Jani fans will be pleased to know that the arrival of little Kimberley seems to have brought them closer together again.

Speaking in the Beach Hut, Dani says: "He's brilliant with her. I feel like I love him more. I can't believe it. He really loves that baby. This morning, he wasn't warming to her as much as I wanted him to, and now he doesn't leave her alone. He really loves her."

The whole thing seems to have Jack Fincham thinking about their future outside of the villa too, as he tells Dani: "This is actually like being in the future. I'm sorry, this is actually like being in the actual future. Mate, I can't wait to take her down the park and that. Strolling through the park."

When she asks him if he would want a baby with her, he replies: "Yeah, I said that already. Not now, maybe when I'm about 30-odd. I think we're going to be really good parents, don't you?"

Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.