Love Island star achieves ‘biggest dream’ as she buys first home: ‘Here’s to being an adult’

Amy Day has shared the exciting news that she's achieved her "biggest goal" and has purchased her first property.

The ex-Love Island contestant, 25, who appeared on the ITV2 dating show in 2021, took to Instagram to reveal that she'd finally moved into her new home, and was ending 2022 by finally achieving her "dream".

Standing in her new kitchen, which features sleek grey cupboards and glossy white worktops, Amy donned a pair of grey jogging bottoms and a black cropped t-shirt.

The brunette beauty held up her new set of keys to the camera and beamed as she celebrating the huge milestone.

"Ending the year by ticking off my biggest goal," the ex-Islander wrote.

She continued: "Everyone that knows me knows how property has been a big part of my life and owning my own place was always a dream. Here’s to being an adult," alongside a house and keys emoji.

Amy's followers flocked to congratulate her, with fellow former Islander Georgia Townend saying: "Go girlie!" while Rachel Finni wrote: "Eeeeek," with a white heart emoji.

"Congratulations x," another follower added, with a fourth saying: "SO PROUD OF YOU, you’ve been so excited about this for ages and I’m so proud that you’re entering this new chapter of your life that’s going to bring you so much joy!! There is no one with a kinder heart that is more deserving thank you".

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Amy appeared on Love Island season seven and entered the villa as a Casa Amor bombshell, eventually winning the affections of Hugo Hammond. Their romance was short-lived however, with the pair splitting as soon as they were dumped from the villa.

Amy previously opened up about her experience on the ITV2 dating show, and was quick to slam ITV producers, claiming they “manipulate” islanders on the show, with the final product we seen on screen entirely “fake.”

According to the reality star, there wasn’t as much freedom in the process as she had originally thought, with show producers frequently dictating when islanders needed to get up, go to bed and what they could do, when.

During an interview with the Daily Star, she said: "It was more than what I thought before I went in."

She continued: “I wasn't stupid I went in knowing this is a game show but I thought I'd be able to wake up at 8am and go for a swim, have a coffee. They don't control you but they manipulate you.”

According to the star, the process was very restrictive, with the entire experience being far less fun than she had hoped.

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