Mary Bedford has revealed that she was involved in a horrific car accident that left her ‘cut and bruised’, and shared a picture of her destroyed vehicle.
The former Love Island star was left ‘shaken up’ by the crash that wrecked her Range Rover Velar and said she felt ‘so grateful’ to have escaped with small injuries.
Mary, 23, detailed the terrifying incident to her 890,000 followers on instagram on Tuesday evening.
The reality star even gave her followers a glimpse of the aftermath of her ‘dream car’ in the crash. In the photo, one side of the bonnet has been completely smashed around the wheel, while the airbag has been deployed by the driver’s seat.
Alongside the worrying image, she wrote: ‘Someone must have been looking down on me today… very shaken up, cut and bruised but so grateful to be back home tonight.’
After her success on the ITV2 dating show in 2021, Mary treated herself to the Range Rover Velar pictured in the accident, which is estimated to have cost her around £50,000.
On Love Island, Mary began to strike up a romance with Toby Aromolaran, but he dumped her not long after the infamous Casa Amor recoupling ceremony.
A new bombshell Aaron Simpson caught her eye and the couple seemed to hit it off. Despite their connection, Mary firmly put him into the friend zone as soon as the show ended.
More recently, Mary was seen enjoying a fun-filled day out with fellow Islander, Jacques O’Neill, who left the 2022 series of the dating show after struggling with his mental health.
Both the reality stars appeared relaxed in each other’s company as they worked their way through the fairground rides at the Summer Daze VIP Launch in Manchester.
Since leaving the show, Mary has also launched her own business, LullaBellz and held lavish events to celebrate collaborations with other brands such as hair extensions company, Feathered Bun Booster.
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