Love Island’s Yewande Biala says she had the ‘lowest lows’ during ’emotional rollercoaster’ time in villa as she returns home

Love Island’s Yewande Biala wrote an emotional message to all her supporters, after she touched down in the UK following her weeks in the villa.

The Irish scientist’s Instagram page showed clips of her being greeted and welcomed home by her friends and family, as she embraced them at the airport.

The 23 year old revealed that her time in the villa was an 'emotional rollercoaster' and she had the ‘lowest lows’.

She wrote: 'Hey guys, I'm baccck. What an emotional rollercoaster.

"My experience in the villa was cut short but was amazing regardless and has made me a stronger woman.

"I had my highest highs and lowest lows. I met the most amazing people and made the most amazing memories.

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"The love and support has been so overwhelming. This journey would not have been the same without every single one of you. I love you all from the bottom of my heart.

"The best is yet to come. Yewande x."

Yewande was dumped from the villa when Danny Williams chose to partner up with model Arabella Chi instead of her.

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She said: “It was really hard to stay and watch the person you like crack on with someone else but I came for an experience and to meet someone.

“Giving up, I would have let myself down. Unfortunately I was dumped but I was really happy I didn’t walk.”

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