So, what has Camilla Thurlow been up to since Love Island?
Having emerged as the nations sweetheart during a rather memorable spell on Love Island 2017, Thurlow is plunging into charity work in a new documentary about her, called What Camilla Did Next.
Camilla is returning to our TV screens for the first time since Love Island to offer viewers a chance to glimpse into her life.
The former humanitarian worker will embark on an empowering journey back to Cambodia, where she used to work for the mine clearance charity the HALO trust.
The 27-year-old will leave her boyfriend, Jamie Jewitt behind as she pursues her passion for charity work.
Following the Love Island runner up as she grapples with her new found fame, this special ITVBe documentary will document Camillas ongoing efforts to make the most of her celebrity and popularity to draw attention to a humanitarian cause she holds close to her heart.
The new documentary will also provide viewers with an insight into Camillas relationship with Jamie.
The pair were recently the subject of break up rumours after Jamie was spotted seemingly cosying up to two women in New York and reportedly meeting with his model ex-girlfriend Sarah Stephens.
However, the Love Island couple have put the rumours to bed, appearing more loved up than ever as they posed for photos at the Cathy Kidston party in London, celebrating the launch of their new collection in collaboration with Fearn Cotton.
Thurlow has spent the year out of the Love Island villa promoting a number of causes, including learning about single-use plastics.
In an Instagram she post for the opening of Covent Gardens Ecover Rubbish café – where you can pay for your food with plastic rubbish – she wrote: Single-use plastic is something Ive learnt a lot more about this year, and the efforts we can [be] making to be more mindful about reducing, reusing and recycling.
Camilla, who is originally from Dumfries, Scotland, joined Help Refugees on visits to migrant centres in Calais, Dunkirk and Thessaloniki, Greece last year.
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