Amy Hart offered a lesson in summer dressing on Tuesday when she stepped out for an evening at the theatre in London, attending the press night for new West End show The Windsors: Endgame, which is based on the hit Channel Four sitcom The Windsors.
Teaming a thigh-skimming green mini-skirt with a matching top stamped with pretty white florals, the former Love Island star, 28, looked gorgeous as she went about her evening.
Amy’s long blonde hair cascaded past her shoulders and the TV personality added height to her frame in a pair of open-toe heels.
Wow: Amy Hart, 28, offered a lesson in summer dressing on Tuesday when she stepped out for dinner in London
Toting her belongings in a luxury handbag, the blonde bombshell appeared in high spirits as she posed for photographs.
Amy was also rocking a fresh set of acrylic nails and had painted her toes a chic shade of white.
The star opted for natural-look glam, making her pout pop with a swipe of pale pink lipstick.
Amy’s outing comes after her mother Sue revealed how she found it difficult to even leave the house because of the constant questions from strangers about her daughter after her appearance on the hit ITV2 show in 2019.
Gorgeous: Teaming a thigh-skimming green mini-skirt with a matching top stamped with pretty white florals, Amy looked gorgeous as she went about her evening
During that summer’s series, Amy’s dramatic split from professional dancer Curtis Pritchard left her so devastated that she quit the show.
Speaking to The Telegraph, Sue, opened up about watching her daughter get dumped on the show, revealing that she wanted to ‘get on the next plane and drag her out herself.’
‘I didn’t even feel that I could walk down the road. People were coming up to me and asking, ”How’s Amy, is she OK?”’, she said.
High spirits: Toting her belongings in a luxury handbag, the blonde bombshell appeared in high spirits as she posed for photographs
The show demands that couple’s share a bed with one another, and viewers speculated that Amy and her then half-boyfriend Curtis may have done more than cuddle, though the pair have both denied it.
When asked about watching her daughter be intimate on-screen, Sue said: ‘At the end of the day, it’s a TV show, and that’s what it’s there for. You kind of expect it.’
But their romance was short-lived when a stint in rival villa Casa Amor prompted Curtis to dump Amy, later coupling up Maura Higgins – who he dated for seven months.
Candid: It comes after Amy’s mother Sue revealed what it was like to watch her daughter have her heartbroken on national television (pictured: Amy with Sue and her grandmother)
Sue said that the producers of the ITV show kept in contact with her as her daughter’s break up was playing out on screen, and that she would tell them to pass on the message that ‘she can come home’.
After five weeks Amy walked out of the villa – a move that Sue believes was the best thing for her daughter’s mental health.
Amy had therapy provided by ITV, and in an appearance on the Thank You Next podcast says that she explored feeling ‘ugly’ and a like ‘failure’ in her sessions since leaving the villa.
Amy also discussed how anxiety left her unable to enjoy her time after leaving the show, as people would constantly tell her that her new life ‘wouldn’t last’.
She said: ‘Everyone said to me, from literally the day I got home, ”Well yeah, make the most of it because like it’ll be over soon, yeah you gotta really milk it. Cos you’ve only got a year,” and they said that really gleefully.
‘They’re like ”Yeah because obviously it’s not gonna last forever, is it? So… you know you gotta make the most of it. Amy, are you making the most of it though because, you know, are you actually earning money?”’
Former flight attendant Amy joined season five the show in 2019, and soon coupled up with 25-year-old dancer Curtis Pritchard (middle). He later dumped her and began dating Maura Higgins (right)