Love Island's Alexandra Cane announces unexpected career change

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Photo credit: Instagram/alexandracane
Photo credit: Instagram/alexandracane

Alexandra Cane from Love Island has announced a new career change, and you probably didn't see it coming.

The Love Island 2018 contestant, who goes by @alexandralouise__ on Instagram, revealed on her Stories that she was adding another string to her bow as a healer.

"So I'm currently working towards becoming a natural body healing coach & trauma informed healer," she told her 1.3million followers.

Photo credit: Instagram/alexandracane
Photo credit: Instagram/alexandracane

"I'm so excited for this new venture having experienced my own healing journey and soon to be able to hold space for others to become their best version of themselves. I really look forward to working with many of you in the future."

She also wrote on her grid, "Thinking of how I can make the world a better place 🌍💫❤️ Is it bold to say I want to make history? Yeah? Ok good. Cause that’s what I’m gonna do. ☺️"

Alexandra has been open and honest about her past trauma, opening up in 2019 (via Digital Spy) about a dark period of her life. "The hardest battle I ever went through was probably, I had four family members die in a year and my boyfriend and then my mum got diagnosed with cancer," she said.

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"That was a really, really hard period for myself and yeah, I got through it. To be honest, I didn't really speak to anybody about it but then eventually you start to heal, and you start to open up a lot more about it.

"And, yeah you cry a lot of tears, but time is the biggest healer and yeah, you'll come through positively."

Sounds like Alexandra's got a lot of valuable advice to share.

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