Love Island’s Millie Court in therapy to ‘love herself’ after Liam Reardon split

Love Island favourite Millie Court has revealed she is seeing a therapist after splitting from Liam Reardon last summer.

The 26 year old opened up on the process of seeking therapy and how she wants to focus on "loving herself" before anything else.

"I had my first session before Christmas and just that one hour opened up so much to me," she wrote on her Instagram story.

"Cliche as it might sounds but I'm solely focusing on my career as we've entered a new year and I can't wait to treat my body and mind the way it deserves. Loving myself comes first."

Millie then shared how she started the process of getting therapy, adding: "A lot of you asking in my dms about therapy… not knowing where to start or how to look etc.

""I used the website below, you put in your postcode and whether you want it in person or over the phone. It then shows you a list of counsellors in your area and a little bit about them/what they charge/what they specialise in."

Millie – who split from Liam, 23, in July last year after moving into a house together – went on to reassure her fans to not be afraid when opening up to someone about any struggles they may be facing.

"I'm not the type to open up and speak about how I'm feeling and I don't like to burden people with my problems either (friends or family) so of course I didn't feel that comfortable talking to her at first but just after one session I honestly felt so much better so I'm really looking forward to the next," she shared.

Millie and Liam won the 2021 series of Love Island and went on to date for a year before announcing their separation.

Liam has since gone on to star on Celebs Go Dating in a bid to find love again, and Millie previously revealed he asked her for permission before signing up.

"Everyone’s sort of talking about it, saying did I give him permission, did I know about it, what do I feel about it, and yeah Liam did speak to me and he did kind of ask for my permission," she shared on Instagram.

“I don’t know if permission is the right word, but he just wanted to talk to me about it to see how I felt about it."

She added: "I think he would have been respectful enough if I’d said I really don’t want you to go on it, he probably wouldn’t, but I also didn’t want to hold him back because we weren’t together.”

Millie then said "it's obviously not very nice to see", explaining: "I didn’t want to hold him back so I sucked it up and said go for it.

"Who wants to see their ex dating someone new?”

Liam previously told OK! that there could be a reunion on the cards for him and Millie in the future, to which she responded with: "Well obviously things happen for a reason.

"I don't know, like, at the moment I'm happy being me, but never say never.”


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