Love Island’s Camilla And Jamie Reject Nightclub Appearances To Help Refugees


Since the Love Island closed its doors last month, the modern day Romeo and Juliets have done their damnedest to stay in the limelight.

Between nightclub appearances and the very public – but very predictable – breakdown of reality TV relationships the Islanders just can’t stop courting media attention.

Apart from one pair: Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt.

The self-confessed feminist and her Island beau jetted off to Greece to volunteer for charitable organisations trying to ease the strain on homeless refugees.

Meanwhile, Montana and Alex are making headlines through the demise of their relationship, Olivia earns £10,000 per nightclub appearance and Jonny and Chyna embark on a social media feud.

Of course, the pair have detailed their volunteering efforts on social media – and the subsequent and obligatory reality documentary, which Camilla announced on Instagram.

Thurlow, a bomb-disposal expert, did charity work before seeking romance on reality TV, including working for the HALO Trust – a landmine-clearing charity favoured by the late Princess Diana.

She managed to avoid controversy on the show, the most heated moments of which you can relive below:

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It seems she’s continuing her philanthropic streak despite reaching D-list fame on ITV. 

Long may it continue, and long may TV producers give people like her a platform and TV viewers a great role model.