LOVE Island’s Millie Court has revealed that she’s moving out of her £1m Essex home after split from Liam Reardon.
The reality star – who announced that she had parted ways with Welsh hunk Liam back in July – has opened up about her future living arrangements.
Millie Court spoke about the difficulties of living alone after splitting from Liam ReardonCredit: Instagram
The Essex beauty will be moving out of her £1m homeCredit: Instagram
During an Instagram Q&A, Millie was asked what it was like to live on her own since the breakup.
She shared a photo of the stunning countryside view from her window and wrote: “I mean it’s not the best thing in the world [at the moment].
“I need to start loving my own company again. Sometimes I do, but majority of the time I have people over or I’m out to keep myself busy. I’ll get there eventually.”
She added: “I’ll be moving out of this place hopefully towards the end of the year, fresh start for 2023.”
Last week, it was revealed that Liam had moved into his own home
Love Island co-star Toby Aromolaran told OK!: “I feel like both of them are doing okay. They’re just doing their separate lives now.
“Liam moved to Essex and I think he’s [now] got his new apartment down there.”
The popular couple shot to fame on the ITV show, easily beating their co-stars to the £50,000 prize pot.
But a year after finding love, they announced they’d gone their separate ways, leaving fans stunned.
“It’s been a tough decision and I am gutted but it’s ultimately what is best for us right now. Thank you to every single one of you for supporting our relationship.
“Nothing will ever take away from the amazing experience we shared in Love Island and the past year and I wish Liam all the best in everything he does.
“We’re both ready for new chapters and I’m excited for what’s next. Love, Millie.”
The couple cuddled up on holiday in Portugal just two weeks before officially separating.
A source told the Mail that the pair had been growing apart for some time.
They said: “It’s been really hard for both Millie and Liam to come to this decision but after weeks of growing apart, they have come to the conclusion it’s the best thing for them both.
“There has been no drama or wrongdoing and they both still fully support each other and will remain close friends.”
Liam has already moved out of their Essex homeCredit: Instagram
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