Love Island’s Camilla And Jamie Are Producing A Documentary After Volunteering At Refugee Camp
These two are forging their own post-villa path.
Jamie and Camilla have decided to forge their own path following their exit from the Love Island - and despite the other contestants raking in the cash with nightclub appearances - they've instead fulfilled their promise to help out at a refugee camp.
The pair had often discussed putting their fame to good use by drawing attention to the humanitarian crisis in Greece, and have now hopped on a plane to the Nea Kavala relocation camp in order to draw attention to the plight of people affected.
The trip has been orchestrated by aid group A Drop In The Ocean, with the couple having put together a short documentary of their time spent helping the 3000 people currently residing in the camp.
Sharing their journey on Instagram, both Camilla and Jamie have discussed their aim in producing the film. "This incredible organisation abides by true humanitarian principles, delivering essential food and clothing in a dignified manner under difficult circumstances," Camilla wrote.
Jamie added: "The best first day of our trip I could have imagined, i have never had such a rewarding experience thanks to @hollypenalver and @indigovolunteers at #neakavala #camp looking forward to the rest of the week and many more trips to come!"
This comes amid reports that Alex and Montana have called time on their relationship and follows rumours that the Love Island cast have been accepting offers of £10,000 for a single club appearance. Good on Camilla and Jamie for directing attention to an issue that needs more awareness.
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