Love Island’s Amy Hart makes a statement in a ‘delete the drama’ slogan T-shirt as ex Curtis re-couples with new girl Francesca
She dramatically quit the villa after she was left heartbroken by Curtis Pritchard.
And Love Island’s Amy Hart made a statement without saying a word as she shared a pointed Instagram post on Thursday evening.
The former air hostess, 26, looked happy as she modelled a white T-shirt emblazoned with the phrase ‘delete the drama’ in red text on the front.
No dramas! Love Island’s Amy Hart shared a picture of herself wearing a ‘delete the drama’ top on Instagram on Thursday as her ex Curtis Pritchard recoupled with Francesca Allen
The reality TV personality leaned against a wall underneath a large illuminated letter A wall sign.
Looking refreshed, the blonde styled her platinum locks in loose curls which she pinned up in a casual up do and wore a face of glamorous make-up.
Amy’s post comes after her former beau of four-weeks Curtis Pritchard, 23, re-coupled with new girl Francesca Allen, 23, on Thursday night’s show.
Retail store manager Francesca swooped in and revealed that she wanted to couple up with Curtis after being torn between him and their fellow Islander Marvin.
New couple: Amy’s post comes after her former beau of four-weeks Curtis,23, is now getting to know new islander Francesca, also 23
The bold move came as a shock after ring girl Maura Higgins, 28, had made it clear that she held a torch for the ballroom dancer.
Maura looked crestfallen as Francesca revealed her hopes of getting to know Curtis more after entering the villa just days earlier and enjoying a date with him.
The Irish beauty made her feelings known as during her own re-coupling speech, where she chose to pair up with Chris, she said the evening ‘hadn’t gone as planned’.
Shocked: Maura Higgins, 28, who admitted her feelings for Curtis looked crestfallen when he was chosen by Francesca to re-couple with on Thursday night’s show
However moments after being picked by Francesca, Curtis took disheartened Maura aside and reassured her that the ‘door wasn’t closed’ on a potential relationship.
Maura set shockwaves through the villa when she revealed her feelings for Curtis after he broke things off with Amy, after appearing solid for weeks.
Days later, heartbroken Amy admitted that she couldn’t stay to watch Curtis ‘crack on’ with any new girls and decided to leave the show.
Amy returned to the UK on Wednesday two days after quitting the villa, and her exit scenes left viewers in tears as she decided to give Curtis the chance to move on with another girl.
Making moves: Moments after being picked by Francesca, Curtis took disheartened Maura aside and reassured her that the ‘door wasn’t closed’ on a potential relationship
The blonde beauty also spoke candidly about her decision to leave in a recent interview with The Sun, admitting she chose her ‘mental health’ over the reality show.
Amy claimed that producers would stand over her to ensure she would eat after she dropped 6lbs in a matter of days, as she stated: ‘I have to put myself and my sanity first.’
Admitting she felt ‘numb and confused’ after Curtis called time on their romance, Amy said: ‘I feel a million times better now I’ve left, but I defy anyone not to fall apart and be completely heartbroken.
‘When I wouldn’t eat, they would stand over me and make me eat a bowl of food or I couldn’t do the challenges.’
Heartbroken: Amy left the villa earlier this week after Curtis broke things off with the air hostess after a four week romance
Amy also spoke about Maura and Curtis’ increasing connection – Wednesday’s episode saw the pair share their first kiss during a steamy dancing challenge.
The blonde continued: ‘I think she thought he was the best one left out of the single ones. She wants to be on the show for as long as possible and go the distance. They aren’t suited.’
Amy said she was in a very horrible place’ with her mental health before quitting the show – and made the decision to put her wellbeing above a place on Love Island.
She said: ‘I was in a very horrible place over the last week, to be told that the gloves were off with Maura [Higgins] and I had to ‘brace myself’, like a storm. I knew I had to leave when I did.’
Goodbye: The blonde spoke candidly about her decision to leave, admitting she chose her ‘mental health’ over the reality show
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