Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay had a "mad" holiday with their mums.
The former 'Love Island' stars have forged a new "family" unit after whisking Val Hughes and Figen Cetinay away with them to the all-inclusive Jaz Aquamarine Resort in Egypt, and under the watchful eyes of their parents, they went head-to-head in a series of challenges from cooking to catwalking in a bid to impress their mothers.
Kem said: "Having our mums out here has been mad! Even better than my lads holidays! We've been reminiscing about our family holidays over the years and feel like we've bonded even more."
Chris added: "We're like our own little family now really. We've done everything together this week and had a blast hanging out in the sun. It's been great to unwind before a massive summer ahead."
The pair's trip echoes research from holiday company First Choice, that discovered a staggering 79% of young adults are set to go on vacation with their parents this year.
According to the research, the trend for the family holidays range from wanting to spend quality time with parents over friends to nostalgia for childhood trips to save money or enjoy nicer experiences to simply guilt.
Katie McAlister, Chief Marketing Officer for First Choice, said: "It's really interesting to see just how many young Brits are choosing to holiday with their parents, to reconnect and spend quality family time together.
"We are seeing more families than ever looking to travel together, taking the opportunity to explore far flung locations and try out exciting activities as a family. We pride ourselves on offering all-inclusive holidays to suit everyone, no matter the family set-up - jam packed with legitimate reasons to brag.
"We're thrilled to have Chris and Kem back on board this year to show holidaymakers how to have the ultimate brag-worthy holiday, but this time with their mums in tow, making it a real family affair."
To see Chris and Kem's latest #Bragrace, visit www.firstchoice.co.uk/bragrace