Olivia Attwood posts another cryptic quote about ‘being proud’ after quitting I’m A Celeb | The Sun

OLIVIA Attwood has posted another cryptic quote about "being proud" after she was forced to quit I'm A Celebrity.

The former Love Island star was forced to leave the jungle early after her blood tests returned abnormal results, just 48 hours.

Olivia, 31, was rushed to A&E before she was told she would have to go home just hours into her stint on I'm A Celebrity.

She touched down back in the UK shortly after, opening up on the ordeal last week as she told fans she was devastated to leave.

Olivia posted a cryptic message online shortly after returning, which read: "Everything is happening as it is meant to, or at least it's just nice to tell ourselves that."

Now, she has returned to her social media to post another cryptic message to her followers about being "proud" of herself.


Olivia Attwood says ‘everything is happening as it’s meant to’ after I’m A Celeb

Olivia Attwood posts cryptic quote after shock I’m A Celeb exit

"There is a past version of your that is so proud of who you are becoming," the quote, reposted to her Instagram stories, read.

She added in a caption alongside a mini-me sticker: "That little messy b***h wouldn't believe that we have our s**t 25% together."

Previously, Olivia has posted a number of cryptic quotes about her exit from the jungle, sparking concern from her fans.

After her exit, she shared a quote on Instagram that read: "Master your emotions. A calm mind can handle any storm."

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It was followed by another that said: "One day at a time."

The reality star previously insisted she was on to “bigger and better things” after her jungle departure.

Olivia was rushed to A&E after skydiving above a deserted island for her first challenge of the show.

She was found to have abnormal blood test results but was soon given the all-clear, but bosses ruled it was unsafe for her to return.

Olivia told her Instagram fans: “Besties, I honestly don’t think words will ever be able to explain my gratitude for your love and support over the last couple of weeks.

“I’ll make it up to you guys with something bigger and better! (That’s my promise, to you and myself.)”

She also said she was “grateful” to be “completely healthy” again and hinted there’s “so much to look forward to this year and next.”

Olivia told how follow-up tests by an Australian doctor and professionals in the UK both revealed her results were "normal".

"I've had more tests done in the UK and they're all still fine," Olivia told ITV's This Morning. It makes it harder to accept."

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Olivia explained she was pulled out of camp on the first day for "routine medical checks".

"The results came back that my iron was low, so it was showing I was anaemic. My potassium and sodium were really low, all the markers you'd look for were low."

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