Reality TV star Shaughna Phillips, who shot to fame on the hit show "Love Island," has been left in shock after her car was stolen just days before she is set to give birth. The heavily pregnant star had been eagerly awaiting the arrival of her first child when she received the devastating news that her Range Rover, worth around £46,000, had been taken.
Phillips, 27, took to social media to share the news with her fans, asking for their help in locating the stolen vehicle. She posted a picture of the car with the caption, "My car has been stolen. It’s a Range Rover Evoque R-Dynamic, please please let me know if you see it."
The car was stolen from the reality star's driveway in Essex, England. It is not clear whether Phillips was home at the time of the theft, but reports suggest that she was left shaken and upset by the incident.
In a later post, the star thanked her followers for their support and confirmed that she and her unborn baby were doing okay. She wrote, "Thank you for all your kind messages, me and the baby are fine. Just a bit shocked and upset about the car."
The news of the theft comes at an already stressful time for Phillips, who is due to give birth in the coming days. She had been eagerly preparing for the arrival of her first child, posting updates on her pregnancy journey with her 1.5 million Instagram followers.
Phillips first rose to fame on the sixth series of "Love Island" in 2020, where she quickly became a fan favorite. Since then, she has gone on to become a successful influencer and TV personality.
Essex Police are currently investigating the theft of Phillips' Range Rover and are appealing to anyone with information to come forward. A spokesperson for the police said, "We are investigating the theft of a car from an address in Essex. We urge anyone with information to contact us as soon as possible."
Fans and well-wishers have been quick to offer their support to Phillips, with many expressing their shock and outrage at the theft. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of taking preventive measures to reduce the risk of car theft.