Kazimir Crossley and Josh Denzel’s romance has been heating up on the show, since the presenter dumped Georgia Steel to pursue the stunning brunette.
After Megan Barton Hanson and Eyal Booker were the first couple to have sex on the show, soon followed by Wes Nelson and Laura Anderson, Kaz and Josh could be the third.
According to Kazimir’s brother, she had promised her family that she wasn’t going to jump into bed at all after entering the villa last week as a late arrival to Casa Amor.
[Kavana Crossley/Instagram ]
Kavana Crossley revealed how his sister is a “sensible” woman, but the situation could be different now that she’s met Josh, 27.
When asked if she promised not to have sex in the villa, he told The Sun: “Of course. But when you’re in that situation that could change.
“She’s going to make her own choices and if she makes one that she regrets, she’ll learn from it. But personally, I don’t have any worries of that happening.”
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“I think she knows what’s good and bad and how it comes across. The decisions she makes are sensible.”
He continued by revealing that Kaz’s parents are so far feeling proud of her appearance on the show, despite facing backlash for stealing Josh’s heart while he was still with Georgia.
“My parents watch it, you have to. You’ve got to support your family. So like before she went in my dad had a word with her. We’re definitely proud of her, and I’m proud of the way she’s carrying herself.”
[Instagram/ Kazimir Crossley ]
Earlier this week Georgia Steel was blasted for mispronouncing Kazimir’s name, after she moved on with her beau Josh.
However, Kaz’s brother insists that it wouldn’t have bothered her, saying: “You’ve got to excuse Georgia for her emotions because it must have been quite a shock for her to see Josh come back with Kaz. I think if it had been in the main villa, and Kaz did come in, some things may have been different.
“I’m proud of my sister because when she had the chat with Georgia she came across well, she wasn’t gloating.”