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Ekin Su Culcuologu wants to visit Turkey with the Red Cross

OHMYGOSSIP — Ekin-Su Culculoglu wants to visit Turkey with the Red Cross in the wake of the devastating earthquake.
The 28-year-old reality star – who is of Turkish origin and lived in Istanbul for two years – had revealed some of her extended family were affected by the horror earthquake which has hit parts of Turkey and Sydia, and her boyfriend Davide Sanclimenti has been a huge source of comfort amid the tragedy.
She told Women’s Health Magazine: “Davide has been great supporting me emotionally.
“I was with him when we heard and I just couldn’t comprehend the devastation.
“I’ve been keeping up with the news since it struck… I hope to visit the affected area with The Red Cross as soon as it’s safe.”
The ‘Love Island star’ was born in London to Turkish parents, and lived in Istanbul while appearing on Turkish television before moving back home.
The Turkey-Syria earthquake has become the deadliest seismic event in over a decade, with a death toll which has risen to 11,719, including 9,057 people in Turkey alone.
Elsewhere in her Women’s Health Magazine interview, Ekin-Su heeped praise on Davide and shrugged off speculation their relationship was a ‘showmance’.
She gushed: “I’ll come home tired and he’s there with food prepared. I’ll feel like I’m gonna have a breakdown and he’ll be like, ‘Why? Relax, Eat…you’ve got this.’ ”
The couple met in the ‘Love Island’ villa, and she has pondered how the show’s new rules will change the way some contestants approach it, with stars’ social media accounts getting frozen while they’re on the programme, meaning they can’t gain new followers while they’re away.
She said: “Pausing profiles, I think, is good – but then I think there are loads of negatives [for the careers of potential contestants].
“Why I think it’s good is because it’s purely based on finding love.
“People use ‘Love Island’ as a platform… Which I didn’t plan to. ‘It’s just what happened and, yeah, I’ve made the most of it… But the concept is of finding a partner… Instagram, all that stuff is a bonus.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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