Camilla Thurlow has landed her own documentary.
The former "Love Island" star is to front ITVBe show "What Camilla Did Next", which will focus on her life since she left the ITV2 show last year, which has seen her continue to date fellow Islander Jamie Jewitt, as well as her previous charity work in Cambodia.
The show will see the former humanitarian worker head back to the south-east Asian nation, where she worked for mine clearance charity HALO Trust.
Camilla will be seen trying to make the most of her newfound celebrity status by raising awareness of the humanitarian cause.
Jamie has also been doing charity work since he left the famous villa, and just a few months after departing "Love Island" he had a life-changing experience visiting four refugee camps in Greece.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'm sure a lot more people, if they knew what I know, would do more, which is why I want to get out there and get people to look into it.
"I don't think you would be human if you looked into it, understood how bad it is and how much we are the cause of most of it for reasons we're not being told. It's quite disgusting really. It angers you. I think you have to have some sort of emotions to make you do something.
"When you look into it deeper I think anyone would get that anger and want to do more about it."
Camilla and Jamie finished as runners-up on series three of "Love Island", with Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies narrowly beating them to the top spot.