Chloe Burrows labels herself a catfish as she shares natural picture

Chloe Burrows has labelled herself a “catfish” after sharing a natural selfie on social media.

The Love Island 2021 star, who came in second place with boyfriend Toby Aromolaran behind now-exs Liam Reardon and Millie Court, has recently been on a romantic trip to Paris with her beau and shared a series of snaps while there.

In some photos, Chloe, 26, looked stunning in a white summer dress as she posed in front of the Eiffel Tower lit up at night, while another snap showed her and Toby, 23, at Disneyland as Chloe proudly donned a pair of Minnie Mouse ears.

After a series of glam snaps, the final photo on Chloe’s post was her flashing a peace sign as she took a makeup-free selfie on what looks to be the train home to England.

In light of her sharing a more natural photo of herself, Chloe quipped that she’s “an actual catfish”.

Chloe’s since done a Q&A with her fans and further detailed her trip to Paris with Toby to mark their first anniversary.

When asked if she took to Eurostar to the French capital, Chloe replied: “Yes we did go on the Eurostar and I literally couldn’t recommend it enough. Like, 10/10.

“I’m kind of over airports at the moment, they’re too busy.”

She proceeded to brand the Eurostar as “so good”.

The Love Island star’s fans will also be pleased to know she vlogged their trip to Paris and will be releasing the video at the weekend.

In light of Chloe and Toby recently marking their first anniversary,she spoke to us about the “key” to their relationship.

“I think with me and Toby, we’re really lucky that we’re best friends,” she said.

“We had that friendship before I stuck it on him on Love Island and that friendship is still there.

“So, my advice to Islanders is that it’s really important that you’re friends first because, when you come out, it’s a lot of pressure and things get really intense and if you don’t have that kind of friendship as a foundation I can imagine it will be really hard.”

Further discussing the pressure they faced as a couple after leaving the villa, Chloe went on: “You come out and it’s so overwhelming and people are more concerned about your relationship than you as a person, so that takes some getting used to.

“Even up to this day, I’ve lived with Toby for a year, we’re not in the honeymoon stage any more, but if I don’t post about him for one day, people are asking where he is. It’s like, ‘He’s in bed’. It’s very weird.”


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