The seven degrees of separation often happens in reality telly land. Love Island stars often cross over to TOWIE and then to Made In Chelsea. Most telly stars know each other, have dated each other or know OF each other. However, we were a bit shocked to find out that Love Island’s Aaron Francis is related to Made In Chelsea OG Hugo Taylor.
Hugo found fame on the early seasons of the E4 show in the early seasons before quitting in 2012 and going on to appear in I'm A Celeb. He later married his co-star Millie Mackintosh, with who he shares a daughter called Sienna Grace. The couple also recently revealed they're expecting another little one.
Luxury events host Aaron, who has worked at both Princess Eugenie and Beatrice's weddings, has said that he hopes to go to Hugo for advice on his newfound fame.
He toldDaily Star, “Hugo is my cousin. I haven't seen him in a while. We aren't that close. But if I ever wanted to ask him for advice, I could. I'm quite close to his dad, too."
"Being related to Hugo and seeing what life is like for him means I can gauge what it is like to be on a TV show."
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Aaron turned heads in the first episode of the show when he coupled up with Shannon Singh and declared his type as someone who is “passionate” and looks like actress Yara Shahidi.
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He said, "I don’t like when people are doing a job just to make money and then they kind of just live for the weekend. Especially because I work on the weekends."
Having been single for seven months, Aaron says it’s been so hard to find love in a pandemic (obviously) and hopes the show will sort out his lack of love life.
A Love Island source told MailOnline, "Aaron has no real claim to fame, he's just a normal guy. However, his job does mean he sometimes moves in glamorous circles and he gets lots of attention.
"Bosses think he'll be a real hit in the house with the girls and also get on with the guys."