Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow are still loved-up – but what else has the Love Island model been up to? [Wenn]
When Jamie Jewitt entered the Love Island villa earlier this summer, Camilla Thurlow couldn’t take her eyes off him.
Which is pretty understandable, to be honest, as the 27 year old is a model for the likes of Calvin Klein.
While fans of the reality show can rest assured that Camilla and Jamie are still loved up as ever, they’ve also been wondering what the Essex lad has been up to since taking part in the reality show.
Here’s what you need to know about Jamie’s life post Love Island.
Just take a look through the reality star’s Instagram (really, do) and you’ll see his modelling career is still up and running.
The chiselled gent has been working for the likes of Wonderland magazine, for example.
Jamie is currently signed to Models 1, and has a hefty portfolio behind him.
Jamie Jewitt teased fans on Instagram with his upcoming Ted Talks [Instagram]
But of course that’s not the only thing the former Islander has been up to.
Jamie is also preparing to deliver a TED Talks, according to his Instagram page.
Posing by his laptop with a copy of the TED Talks book beside him, he wrote last week: “Sorry for the radio silence been getting my head down writing my upcoming @ted talk. Will keep you all posted. #tedtalk.”
Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow shared an update from their time volunteering at a refugee camp [Jamie Jewitt/Instagram]
Unlike his Love Island co-stars Kem Cetinay, Amber Davies, Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood, Jamie didn’t return straight home after the series ended and hurled himself into public appearances, chat show interviews and brand collaborations.
In fact, he jetted off with explosive ordnance disposal expert Camilla to crack on with charity work. Far from the Ibiza idea he originally floated to Camilla on dancing date night…
They spent early August working away at a busy working away at Nea Kavala Refugee Camp in Greece, and the duo made sure to keep Instagram fans informed with a series of heartwarming photos of the couple getting stuck in to their roles.
He’s also been busy opening up the discussion on ocean preservation.
Jamie Jewitt has been promoting ocean preservation on his social media platforms recently [Instagram]
Jamie recently spoke to Sky Ocean Rescue and said: “You find microplastics in a third of the fish in the English Channel, which is ridiculous. Things like facial exfoliators and shampoos have the microbeads in them, they’re just unnecessary.
He also posted the above snap to Instagram, captioning it: “@henryholland and @brita.uk have teamed up with the marine conservation society to tackle the growing ocean plastic problem. And I’m proud to show my support! 7 waste plastic bottles were used in every one of the t-shirts. Unfortunately as 7.7 billion plastic bottles are used every year the task at hand is not easy, avoid single use plastic wherever possible people! well done guys for fighting the good fight.”
Keep up the good work Jamie.