Too Hot To Handle’s Francesca reveals crew burst in on all-night romp with Harry when they tried to block cameras – The Sun
TOO Hot To Handle star Francesca Farago has revealed production crew burst in on an all-night romp session with Harry Jowsey when they tried to cover up the cameras.
In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the 25-year-old model said breaking the sex ban rule was worth the £16,000 penalty because they made the most of every penny.
"We spent the entire night and morning taking advantage of the money we were spending," teased Francesca.
"It didn't just happen once, we did it four times.
"Thankfully the cameras didn't show anything, but we spent the whole night exploring each other. It was definitely worth it.
"We didn't know how much it was going to cost at the time, but looking back I still wouldn't have changed anything because the relationship we have is priceless."
But midway through getting intimate on the hit Netflix show, Harry attempted to block the cameras from filming.
Francesca said: "I was convinced they were going to show us having sex so Harry tried to cover up the cameras and production ran in shouting 'don't do that'.
"I was very pleasantly surprised they didn't show anything and I'm really glad because it was a very intimate moment that didn't need to be shared with the entire world."
Harry – a 23-year-old YouTube star from Australia – fell head over heels for underwear model Francesca, 25, in the lavish beach villa during filming in April 2019.
When the series dropped on Netflix this month, the couple quickly became famous for being naughty little possums when they were the first couple to break the sex ban rule.
The randy pair saw the villa turn against them when they drained thousands from the £100,000 cash prize.
Despite saying their all-nighter was worth it, Francesca admits wasting money on a disappointing oral sex act.
"I thought we got away with that for sure," she giggled.
"I think that was only thing that wasn't worth it.
"It did bring us closer, but we didn't have to do that – we just couldn't help ourselves.
"I thought we had been really sneaky and got away with it, but those mics are very powerful, they catch everything."
The couple are still going strong a year on from filming the show – despite Aussie Harry living in Los Angeles and Francesca still based in Vancouver, Canada.
They haven't seen each other since February because of lockdown rules – and Francesca says they're desperate to break out.
"Honestly, I didn't think we could get stronger, but we are even stronger now," she said.
"We're going to have to look into a loophole. I'm going to get an immigration lawyer so we can find a way to be together.
"It's been very, very difficult. If the borders are still closed in a month the next step is to find a loophole. We have no choice, it has to happen."
Many may have believed their romance was just a holiday fling, but Francesca is convinced she's found her soulmate.
They say they're moving in together when things go back to normal after the coronavirus crisis, with Francesca admitting: "If we're not married within the year I'll be surprised.
"Our connection is crazy, it's something I've never experienced before.
"He still gives me goosebumps and makes me so giddy. I love him more every day.
"I want to start getting everything going soon and I know he does too. We have been talking about getting married in Paris."
They're the only couple to have remained together since the show finished filming.
But Francesca says it hasn't come without its challenges and she's had rows with her "jealous" co-stars over their romance.
She even left the Too Hot To Handle group WhatsApp when the "hate" got too much for her.
Francesca revealed: "I wasn't in the group chat for a while because everyone was being really negative towards me.
"Even when I left the villa I was still getting backlash so I left the group chat.
"I quit it when we got our matching tattoos and there were some comments made. They said 'oh is that because your b*** jobs are electric'.
"I said 'you guys are a**holes, we're in love let us be in love'.
"I think it just comes from jealousy because minus the people who live near each other in the UK, me and Harry are the only people who have remained super close.
"Eventually I asked David to add me back in and I sent a really funny meme to break the ice. "
She added: "But we're bonded for life now. If something exciting happens to someone in the cast we all say congratulations, we're very supportive."
- All episodes of Too Hot To Handle are available on Netflix now.
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