Love Island star Georgia Townend has been left devastated after her ‘audacious’ cat was in a hit and run accident.
The 29-year-old was brought in as a bombshell in last year’s series, but only lasted 48 hours before she was dumped from the villa.
Despite her short-lived time in Mallorca, the marketing executive has won a legion of followers, updating them with glamorous holidays in Mykonos, as well as sharing her thoughts on this season of the reality programme.
But the Essex-based former islander’s latest Instagram post was heartbreaking, with Georgia revealing her adorable moggy Betty had been run over and killed.
She wrote: ‘To the absolute c**t who ran over Betty and left her to die in the middle of the street this morning I hope you have the life you deserve.
‘She was completely audacious, let herself into anyones house with a door or window slightly ajar, at your feet without fail every time a yoghurt pot was opened, and refused to drink water unless it was out of a glass.
‘She kept me company, through some of the worst years of my life, and made my heart swell even on the darkest of days. Life won’t be the same without you.
‘Love you Betty.’
Georgia also quipped that her feline friend ‘better get a job up there b**ch’ because she had been charged with her pet insurance.
The heart-wrenching words were shared alongside a sweet montage of Georgia cradling Betty throughout the years.
Since flying back from Spain, Georgia has spoken to Metro.co.uk and dished the dirt on behind-the-scenes Love Island secrets, including why the islanders are never really seen eating meals.
She said: ‘You have your food on fold away tables, none of it is filmed because that’s the time when your microphones are changed.
‘It’s never shown because obviously gulping food is just not very nice to watch but also when your microphone is being changed, it means some people’s dialogue isn’t being picked up.’
Love Island is available to stream on ITV Hub.