Love Islands Mary says her grandma came to say goodbye in dream while in the villa08/28/2021
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Mary Bedford has revealed she had a dream about her late grandmother as she passed away.
Love Island star Mary, 22, revealed her grandma passed away while she was in the ITV dating show's villa earlier this month.
And, just days before she was dumped from the Island, Mary said her grandmother came to her in a dream to say goodbye.
The stunning blonde, who confused fans as she appeared to friendzone Aaron Simpson, described the vivid dream on her Instagram story.
She told her followers: "We was back in her house, we talked, drank tea, had biscuits and then did some gardening. The dream was so vivid. I remember it clear as day.
"The next morning I told Faye I thought my grandma had died because my dream seemed so random, little did I know at the time she actually had passed.
"Looking back at that dream I know she came to me to say her goodbyes as I couldn't be with her in person. I know now more than ever that she is by our sides forever…"
Mary added: "Me and my family thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for all your kind words today."
Later, blonde beauty Mary shared a video of the bunches of flowers she had received after sharing the sad news.
As she posted a video of the bouquets on her Instagram story, Mary wrote: "Thank you everyone" followed by a yellow heart emoji.
It comes after Mary broke her social media silence after leaving the ITV2 dating show to reveal her grandmother had tragically passed.
Mary shared a snap of her smiling next to her beloved grandma and wrote in the caption: "Our angel on earth is now our angel in heaven" followed by a dove emoji and white heart emoji.
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She continued to explain: "Coming off the show has been bitter sweet for me as I flew home to go to the funeral of my beautiful grandma who passed away whilst I was in the villa. I’ve been taking the time since the show to mourn, reflect, and be back with my loved ones before returning to my social media.
"I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of the support I have received at this difficult time, I truly appreciate everything", before ending the caption with a white heart emoji.
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