Love Island star returns to day job just two weeks after being dumped from the island
05.03.2023 - 00:23
Love Island star Cynthia Otseh-Taiwo has revealed she's returned to her day job two weeks after leaving the ITV2 dating show. Cynthia, 25, entered the Love Island villa as part of the Casa Amor twist a few weeks ago but at the recoupling she wasn't picked and had to leave the show, alongside fellow bombshells Layla Al-Momani, Sammy James, Lydia Karakyriakou and Lynda Flix.
The reality TV star has now returned to her day job following her stint in the iconic villa, and she has been keeping her newfound fanbase updated on social media with what she's been up to. Away from reality TV, Cynthia works as both a dental receptionist and baker.
She owns her own cake baking business, Cynful Treats. She revealed she was back baking treats on Instagram recently, and shared a string of posts showing off the delicious creations she'd baked in time for Mother's Day, including cookies and cupcakes.
Cynthia told fans she is only taking "limited orders" while her new website is under construction, but revealed her cake business is back open. The 25 year old's update comes after she opened up about her time in the villa and shared how she'd received "negative comments" from viewers after appearing on the show.
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