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Olivia Attwood feels ‘guilty’ about getting hair dyed during lockdown

OHMYGOSSIP — Olivia Attwood feels “guilty “about getting her dyed for work during lockdown.
The former ‘Love Island’ star apologised to her fans after revealing that she had dyed her hair a darker shade to coincide with filming for the second series of her ITVBe reality series ‘Olivia Meets Her Match’ – even though hairdressers in the UK are currently unable to open until at least April due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
During an Instagram Q & A, a follower asked Olivia: “Have you had your hair done?”
She replied: “Just the front bit was coloured the other day on set at a shoot.
“Sorry – I don’t make the rules… but still feel guilty.”
It was recently confirmed that ITV had commissioned a second run of ‘Olivia Meets Her Match’ after it became ITVBe’s most successful launch of 2020.
The new series promises to give viewers an “exclusive access-all-areas insight” into her glamorous life with footballer fiance Bradley Dack.
The couple are planning their wedding day, with fans able to watch along every step of the way as their lavish plans hang in the balance.
There’s also the small matter of moving into their brand new home, and Olivia’s milestone 30th birthday celebrations.
The series is set to return in the spring.
The 29-year-old reality star said: “Guess who’s back? I loved bringing everyone along for the wild ride that is mine and Brad’s life last series and I can’t wait to do it all over again, and show everyone what we’ve been up to!”
Last year, Olivia revealed that she and Bradley have a date set for the wedding although COVID-19 may force them to change their plans.
She said: “We’ve got a date. It’s in the diary, it’s booked. We’ll wait till the other side of Christmas, get to about March and see what’s happening with COVID and then we’ll have to assess from there what happens.
“But at the moment – fingers crossed – we’re going ahead. It’s in June next year. It’s very exciting.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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