Love Island host Maya Jama beams in family photo with rarely seen brother Omar

New Love Island host Maya Jama shared an insight into her family life as she beamed in a sweet snap with her rarely-seen younger brothers, Omar and Shay.

The 28 year old TV personality posted a picture of her and her brothers flipping an upside down peace sign along with their grandfather.

Maya looked stunning as usual in an orange and purple co-ord that flashed a hint of her toned stomach and legs.

In another snap, she enjoyed some pamper time with her brothers as she posted a snap of them all wearing under-eye masks as she went makeup free.

On Boxing Day, all three donned the football shirts of their favourite teams – Maya's being West Ham – as she shared that they were going to watch a live football game.

She documented their journey to the match as she shared a video of herself and Omar, 25, in the car as they rapped along to a song together and enjoyed a cold beer.

Maya and Omar are clearly close as Maya wrote over one video: "Same spirit. Same face. Same music taste."

Once at the stadium, Maya shared a video in the bathroom as she said: "Definitely got the maddest looks wqalking through the Arsenal stadium like this. Let's f*****g goooooo."

She then showed how she had coordinated her outfit to match her top, wearing light blue jeans with a bag of the same colour, as well as blue French tips on her fingernails and a pink, blue and black puffer jacket a she said: "See how I tried to match?"

Maya will soon be back on our screens as she's set to fly to South Africa for her first stint as Love Island presenter on the winter version, due to start in January.

She was confirmed as the show's new host in October, after Laura Whitmore stepped down as presenter, following the series end this summer.

Director of ITV Reality Programming and Acquisitions and Controller, Paul Mortimer said: “Finding a new host to follow the wonderful Laura Whitmore was never going to be easy. In Maya Jama though, we have another high profile fan of the show who’ll be a great addition to the Love Island family.

“Cool, charming and charismatic, I speak for us all when I say Maya will also bring a unique presenting style to the show, as did Laura and, of course, the very much missed Caroline Flack. We’re very pleased to have her on board.”

An excited Maya said: “I’ve always been such a massive Love Island fan and I’m so excited to be hosting one of the nation’s favourite shows! I can’t wait to get into the Villa to meet all of the Islanders.”


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