Olivia Attwood postpones wedding to Bradley Dack for second time

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Reality star Olivia Attwood has cancelled her wedding to Bradley Dack once again.

The Love Island star and the footballer, who got engaged in October 2019, were forced to cancel their plans to marry in Portugal last year due to the pandemic and have now scrapped their 2021 wedding date so Bradley can recover from his football injury.

"We've actually cancelled our wedding again. It's nothing to cry about - we still want to get married at some point, but we just felt like next summer, Brad really needs to be focused on his return to football and I've got a lot on my plate, work-wise," she told Heat magazine. "I think Brad struggled with the decision more than me, because more of the stress lands on the girl, doesn't it? So, for him, he was like, 'Let's just do it.' But I was trying to think of how we were going to make it happen and enjoy it."

The former The Only Way is Essex star previously shared in February that they were considered moving their wedding to 2022 due to the Covid-19 restrictions on numbers at social gatherings at the time.

"We've been having the conversation sort of the last couple of weeks on and off, just saying do we pull the plug on this and push it to 2022 or do we keep waiting?" she shared on Vicky Pattison's The Secret To podcast. "As the days go on I'm leaning more and more to pushing it because I don't think any of us thought we'd be in this situation again now."

Olivia and Bradley originally dated in 2015 and split when she went into the Love Island villa, during which she was coupled up with Chris Hughes. The 30-year-old reunited with the footballer after she and Chris broke up about six months after leaving the show.

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