Love Island’s Amy Hart exudes elegance in a glamorous black dress as she heads out for dinner and drinks with a pal in London
She shot to fame on Love Island in 2019.
The blonde beauty looked radiant in the elegant midi dress as she grabbed a bite to eat at the Savoy Hotel.
Pretty: Amy Hart, 27, sizzled in a tight black dress as she headed for dinner and drinks with a friend in London on Friday
She flashed a little cleavage in the off-the-shoulder dress and donned a pair of open-toe heeled mules for the outing.
The Love Island star carried a small black handbag with a gold chain strap and a pair of long pendant earrings.
The outing came after Amy said she is grateful for her time on Love Island and revealed that she has been seeing one of the show’s therapists ‘for eight months’.
Dinner date: The blonde beauty looked radiant in the elegant midi dress as she grabbed a bite at the Savoy Hotel
Beaming: She flashed a little cleavage in the off-the-shoulder dress and donned a pair of open-toe heeled mules for the outing
Explaining that therapy sessions have left her ‘much more confident’, Amy added that she ‘knows I’m good enough now’ after being left ‘in a dark place’ following her appearance on the hit ITV show.
She told The Sun: ‘I feel I’m in a good place to speak out about mental health issues. I’m grateful being on Love Island has given me the platform.’
The TV personality also detailed how she reached out to ITV after her appearance on the reality programme.
Amy added: ‘When I went on Love Island I didn’t realise I’d lived my whole life believing I’m unlikeable, ugly, a failure and not good enough. When I left the villa I got into a dark place.’
Little black dress: The Love Island star carried a small black handbag with a gold chain strap and a pair of long pendant earrings
Throwback: The outing came after Amy said she is grateful for her time on Love Island and revealed that she has been seeing one of the show’s therapists ‘for eight months’ (pictured on the show with Amber Gill in 2019)
Addressing the effect of online trolling on her mental health, the blonde beauty continued: ‘The trolling was kicking off, so I asked the ITV team for help. After working with the show therapist for eight months, I’m much more confident.’
Her comments came ahead of the 2021 series of the show, which is due to kick off later this month in Mallorca.
However, the ITV commissioner said that including gay Islanders is a ‘logistical difficulty’ due to the format of the dating show.
Love Island has previously been slammed by fans, and previous contestants, for lack of different ethnic backgrounds, body types and members of the LGBT community represented on the show.
Speaking to RadioTimes, the ITV commissioner said: ‘We’re always very mindful of diversity and inclusion and hopefully you’ll see that when we announce the line-up.’
Stavri added: ‘In terms of gay Islanders, I think the main challenge is regarding the format of Love Island. There’s a sort of logistical difficulty, because although Islanders don’t have to be 100 per cent straight, the format must sort of give [the] Islanders an equal choice when coupling up.
‘With our dating shows, such as The Cabins, there is much more sexual diversity. The formats don’t have as much restrictions as Love Island. So we’re very sort of mindful of that across our programming on ITV and dating series. But that’s the difficulty with Love Island.’
Line-up: Although little is known about the upcoming series, Love Isand boss Amada Stavri teased the line-up and promised that it will be ‘diverse and inclusive’ (2019 line-up pictured)