Love Island star Brad McClelland has revealed he has spoken to his long-lost sister for the primary time after leaving the villa.The 26-year-old labourer from Northumberland volunteered to stop the present after he and his accomplice, Lucinda Strafford, have been voted the ITV2 programme’s least appropriate couple final week.He mentioned he has now been in contact together with his 15-year-old sister for the primary time through FaceTime.He informed ITV’s Lorraine: “I grew up with my nana, my dad wasn’t on the scene.“I at all times knew I had a youthful sister, I attempted to get in touch together with her for years, looked for her on social media, all I had was her identify.“She reached out to me and I FaceTimed her a few days in the past.“If something has come from my Love Island expertise… I discovered love differently.“She’s 15 and that’s the primary time I’ve ever seen her. It means the world to me.“I’m considered one of six, and my brothers and sisters are large for me. I attempt to spend as a lot time as I can with them. To have one other sibling is an enormous factor.”Discussing the bond he shares together with his grandmother, Joyce, Brad mentioned: “I’ve lived with my nana since I used to be 4 years previous… we’ve been collectively, simply me and her and our little canine for 21 years.“We argue so much however it’s pure… the respect I’ve bought for her is very large. She principally ended her life to take care of me.”“She didn’t watch the present earlier than I went on. She had no concept what it was, I believe she complained (about) a couple of issues that have been taking place on there!”Requested how he felt about Lucinda, Brad mentioned: “We bought alongside so nicely, every little thing was easy-going. I simply want there was a bit extra time for folks to see what we had.“Everybody within the villa might see it, I might see it. You didn’t get a lot time in that scenario, considered one of us needed to go.”Love Island continues on ITV2 and the ITV Hub.