Gemma Owen’s mum Louise poses with ‘bombshells’ as she makes rare Love Island reference


GEMMA Owen’s mum Louise has made a cheeky Love Island reference during a day out with her youngest daughters.

Louise – who has been married to former footballer Michael Owen for 17 years – took to Instagram to share a snap alongside her ‘bombshell’ daughters, Emily May and Jessica.

Louise Owen posted a snap with her ‘bombshell’ daughters Emily May and Jessica

The post comes as the couple’s eldest daughter Gemma, 19, is currently competing in the Love Island villa.

Spending some quality time with her youngest girls, Louise shared a snap as the trio dressed up for a day at Chester Racecourse.

The mum-of-four looked glamorous in a pink blazer and suit trousers, while her daughters opted for a similar colour scheme.

Emily May, 16, perfectly complimented her mum’s outfit in a flattering dress and nude heels.

Michael and Louise share four children – with Gemma being their eldest

Louise is supporting her daughter on Love Island

Meanwhile, 12-year-old Jessica smiled for the photo in a patterned pink mini dress and sandals.

Alongside the shot, Louise penned: “My little bombshells.”

The term ‘bombshell’ is used to describe a Love Island newcomer set to cause havoc in the Mallorcan villa.

Louise’s photo was soon inundated with comments from fans, with one gushing: “Beautiful girls.”

Gemma has hit it off with fellow Islander Luca Bish
The married couple have been together for 17 years

“Beautiful family,” a second wrote, while another added: “Louise looking like a snack.”

It comes after Gemma finally name dropped her dad Michael on the show’s Unseen Bits on Saturday night.

The reality star was spotted trying to do an impression of her former footballer father during the Beach Hut Bonanza segment.

She has been yet to mention who her dad is on Love Island, as her famous family remains a secret to her fellow Islanders.

The professional horse rider has been reluctant to reveal details about her famous father – and so far hasn’t said his name.

But Gemma made an obvious reference to England striker Michael, 42, as she tried her best to do an impression of him.

She tried her best to sound like the commentator when repeating his iconic quote: “When they don’t score, they hardly ever win.”

Michael and wife Louise, who also share 16-year-old son James, have continued to support Gemma throughout her Love Island journey.

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