Love Island star Amy Hart has opened up after her shocking villa exit.
The 26 year old air hostess – who arrived back in the UK on Wednesday – left the ITV2 match-making show after her devastating break-up from Curtis Pritchard, just days after she admitted she’d fallen in love with him.
Now, Amy has spoken out about her departure – and admitted she was “embarrassed” to have gone through her heartache on the show.
Amy told The Sun: “You should have had a boyfriend before going on the show.
“Going through my first major heartbreak on television isn’t the wisest choice. It’s embarrassing to have the younger people in the villa guiding me through my heartbreak.”
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She had revealed her reason for leaving the villa as her dramatic exit played out on screens, claiming she left the show to make Curtis happy.
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Informing him of her decision, she said: “I came in here and I thought I was going to meet some nice people and I’d probably date one of them and they’d be alright and then I met you and you completely turned my whole world around.
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“We made each other happy. I want us to be best, best friends but we both need to move on and we both need to find someone that is going to make us as happy as we make them.
“Realistically for me, I’m not going to be ready in the next three weeks to meet someone else. Realistically for you, you will not be happy all the time here because you’ll always put me first because you’re such a good person. That’s why I love you so much and that’s why I want you to be happy.
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“You are not going to be happy whilst I’m still here. So, I’m leaving today but it’s a positive thing because I’m going to go and start the rest of my life today.
“I’m going to let you go and you pursue whoever it is you want to pursue and hope that you find whatever you are looking for.
“Once this is all done we will have the best friendship you have ever seen in your life.”
Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.
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