Love Island’s Laura Anderson and Paul Knops in furious row in the street as couple end their ‘first date night’ in separate cabsAugust 18, 2018
LAURA Anderson and Paul Knops argued in the street in London and went home separately after their first “date night”.
It all ended in disaster for the Love Island couple following a posh dinner at Nobu restaurant and a night dancing in Cuckoo Club in Mayfair.
The hunky carpenter and air stewardess told fans on Instagram that they were heading out for a “date night”.
Blonde bombshell Laura even shared photos from their meal and a video inside the club.
Later, they left the venue hand in hand and smiled for waiting photographers.
Moments after, a row erupted when they thought they were alone and Laura was spotted looking annoyed as Paul threw his arms in the air.
They continued to argue as they walked to a bus stop but he seemed unable to lift her mood.
The pair flagged down separate taxis to take them home, and Paul was spotted storming off as Laura hopped into a silver car.
It comes as they enjoyed a night out last week at the launch of Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen’s new clothing line.
Laura, who recently opened up about getting lip fillers, coupled up with Paul in the final two week of Love Island.
They are yet to take their relationship to the next level and officially become boyfriend and girlfriend.
However, insiders told The Sun Online Laura is set to be one of the most successful islanders after her stint in the villa.
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A celebrity PR told us: “Laura’s got a huge female following so brands like Pretty Little Thing, BooHoo and Very will be trying to get her on board. She’s wholesome, kind and the sort of girl other girls want to be friends with.
“Laura could land a deal worth £150,000 to £200,000 for a modelling contract with a fashion brand when she leaves. And then pick up around £2000 per Instagram post. For personal appearances she could make well over £1,000 a time.”
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