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The newest addition to the Love Island villa is reportedly set to be 23 year old student nurse Priya Gopaldas who worked on a Covid-19 ward throughout the pandemic.
Priya has reportedly been isolating in Mallorca for the last week in preparation for her arrival on the show that could be as soon as the end of this week.
A source speaking to MailOnline said: “Priya will turn heads for sure. She's beautiful, intelligent and has a heart of gold. The guys will be scrambling over her if she gets the nod.”.
Priya will be leaving her gorgeous home to appear on the show, here's a look inside…
Inside Priya Gopaldas' home
Priya lives in a gorgeous home in London which she shares the occasional peek at on Instagram.
Priya's bedroom boasts white walls and wooden floors, and a large mirror which she snapped a photo in while wearing a white two piece.
Priya's styles bed boasts leopard print cushions and a grey studded headboard.
The bathroom boasts a parred down look with stone walls and a minimalist decor, with just folded grey towels seen in the space.
Sharing a peek inside her lounge while exercising in lockdown, we can see Priya has a grey L-shaped sofa and white carpets.
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She's also positioned a house plant in the corner of the room to add character.
Sharing a family snap at Christmas, the Love Island recruit shared a peek inside her family home, which boasts artwork and a piano.
Priya posed with her brother and parents in front of the Christmas tree, while kicking her leg in the air.
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Priya is a fifth year medical student studying at University College London and had to work on the Covid-19 Intensive care unit earlier in the year.
Students at the UCL hospital had been asked if they could assist as cases grew across the country, with Priya volunteering her time just after Christmas.
She worked in the understaffed department on 12 hour long night shifts to help support the doctors and nurses.
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On the UCL website she said of her experience: “As ICU was particularly understaffed at night, I decided to throw myself in at the deep end and take on the challenge of a 12-hour night shift, despite having never done one before.
“My first shift was a daunting experience. Donning PPE for the first time felt uncomfortable and strange.
“I then followed the nurses into the ICU bay and was shocked to see just how ill patients were. Most patients were intubated, ventilated and sedated, needing round the clock monitoring and care.
“I was also surprised to learn that UCLH had over 200 covid positive patients of all ages and ethnicities.”
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