Camilla holds an IMAS Level 3 Explosive Ordnance Disposal qualification and has worked on delivering quality projects within high-pressure environments. Since 2013, she has worked in Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Nagorno Karabakh, Georgia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Afghanistan
Camilla first came to our screens in 2017 when she warmed the public’s hearts on ITV's Love Island. She met her now husband Jamie on the series, and they have two wonderful daughters, Nell and Nora. She often shares highlights of her life across social media...read more
Keen to bring her two worlds together, in 2019 Camilla filmed her first documentary for ITVBe, 'What Camilla Did Next.' The show followed Camilla as she returned to her pre-Love Island roots as an explosive ordinance disposal expert in Cambodia, whilst also juggling the busy London life she has made for herself since appearing on the show.
Camilla has written a first memoir Not The Type. Reaching No.7 in the Sunday Times Best Seller list, the book is about courage; not just the courage to go out and deal with a lethal threat in some of the world's most dangerous and inhospitable places, but the courage to confront one's own fears and anxieties, and to be oneself in what too often seems an inhospitable world.
Photo 1 - Alex Cameron
Photos 2 & 3 - Ed Miles