'It has taken me by complete surprise!' Georgia Steel confirms split from Toby Aromolaran

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Former 'Love Island: All Stars' contestant Georgia Steel has confirmed she and Toby Aromolaran have split up after he "called things off", but it has taken her by "complete surprise".

Georgia Steele

Georgia Steel has confirmed she and Toby Aromolaran have split up, and it has taken her by "complete surprise".

The reality TV pair hooked up on last year's 'Love Island Games' before going their separate ways, but they reconciled in this year's 'Love Island: All Stars'.

But Georgia has now confirmed she and Toby are no more after he "called things off", and she is still trying to "come to terms" with the news herself.

She wrote on her Instagram Stories: "After seeing the reports regarding my relationship with Toby I feel it’s only right for me to be transparent and truthful with you all.

"It is true Toby has called things off. It has taken me by complete surprise and I’m still trying to process it and come to terms with it all.

"They say some people are in your life for a lifetime and some just for a chapter. [heart emoji]"

Georgia recently revealed she received death threats when she appeared on 'Love Island' in 2018, and the star doesn't know how she "got through" the trolling first time around.

She told OK! magazine: "The first week when I came out [of the villa], it was really overwhelming. I don’t know how I got through it when I was 19. I think I dealt with it a bit better this time around, because I’d done it before. But there was intense trolling while I was in the villa this time, so I just took some time away from social media and spent time with my family.

"The first thing I asked them was, ‘Do you really feel like I did anything wrong in the villa? Could I have done anything better?’, but they said I didn’t. It feels a bit wrong because the boys would be doing those things, but for a girl to get to know multiple people at the same time, it was so frowned upon.

"I feel that it’s double standards. But I also feel like, as long as my family and friends are fine, and what they considered I did in the villa was OK, that’s all that really matters to me.

"It’s not nice to get horrible comments and death threats."


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