Love Island’s Shaughna Phillips felt she ‘was going to explode with shock’ following pregnancy reveal
Posted by  badge Boss on Oct 21
Shaughna confirmed the joyous news on Wednesday (Picture:Instagram/Shaughna Phillips)

star  recalled feeling like she was going to explode ‘with shock and happiness’ after she found out she was pregnant.

The 28-year-old TV personality after sharing a sweet video on social media, which showed updates as well as the stunned reactions from friends and family.

Addressing how she felt when she found out, she said: ‘I felt like I was going to explode – with happiness and shock. I didn’t know what to do. I felt like I was having an out-of-body experience.’

Although Shaughna has been quite vocal about her personal life on social media, she explained that she doesn’t plan on sharing her newborn with the world.

‘I don’t plan on not sharing them,’ she added to magazine.

‘Whether or not that changes once the baby is here and I feel very protective, I don’t know.’

The star rose to fame on the winter series of Love Island in 2020, and has kept her boyfriend away from the public eye in recent months.

During her stint on the annual ITV2 dating show, Shaughna was coupled up with Callum Jones at first. before he brought Molly back from Casa Amor, leading to her 

Earlier this year,  and opened up about how ‘terrified’ she was.

The star featured in series six of Love Island (Picture: ITV)

Offering an update on her health following the screening, Shaughna posted a photo of a medical leaflet and explained the ‘borderline changes’ her results showed that ‘require further examination’.

‘A few weeks ago I told you that I was having my routine 3-year smear test, and urged anyone who’s missed their appointment or thinks they’re overdue one to book,’ she began on her Instagram story.

‘Yesterday I received my results and have had changes to some of the cells called “borderline changes” that require further examination. I also tested HPV positive.

‘Of course, I was absolutely terrified initially and although everyone I’ve spoke to has reassured me how common this is, it is still scary.’