Love Island’s Amber Gill Opens Up About Mental Health & Reveals How Trolls Targeted Her Family | GMB

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As Love Island grips the nation, we’re joined by 2019’s self described “first solo winner of Love Island” (and the first female winner of colour) to discuss the couples and her new ITV wellbeing series, The Full Treatment, in partnership with CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).

Broadcast on 05/07/21

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