Love Island's Siannise Fudge shares rare snap with lookalike sisters after 'sparking concern'

LOVE Island's Siannise Fudge shared a rare snap with her lookalike sisters after "sparking concern".

The 27-year-old star enjoyed a sweet reunion with her family members, who she moved away from when she relocated to London last year.


In the snap, Siannise looks sensational with her long dark hair tied into a tight plait, with bold make-up accentuating her pretty features.

She is pouting at the camera, wearing a plunging cream-coloured top, completing her look with statement gold earrings.

Amber, 21, is to her left, her golden-highlighted hair cascading over her shoulders.

And Shanade – who fans previously called Siannise's "double" – is to her right, wearing a brown blazer over a simple black top.

Her jet black hair is straight and sleek, with the beauty also wearing gold hoop earrings.

Siannise simply captioned the sibling snap: "Not just my sisters, my best friends too. I love you forever ❤️‍🔥"

Despite only sharing the photo yesterday, it is actually a throwback – with both sisters posting the same image to their respective Instagram pages back in August.

Last month, Siannise posted a cryptic Instagram quote about "fighting battles" others don't know about as she urged fans to "be kind".

It came just days after she sparked concern when followers claimed she looked "unrecognisable" in a new selfie with boyfriend Luke Trotman.

Earlier this year, Siannise admitted that she was "mentally not as happy" after the show – hinting that she wishes she'd never gone on it.

Despite she and Luke still being loved up, and recently getting a puppy to join them in their London flat, Siannise shared her regrets.

SPEAKING OUT

In a brutally honest Instagram Q&A, the brunette beauty asked followers to make an assumption about her that she would respond to.

One fan wrote: "You miss your old life before all the fame from Love Island."

Siannise candidly replied: "True. I was very content and happy in my life before Love Island and I feel like mentally I'm not as happy.

"If I could turn back the clock I think I would have made a different decision – and I don't mean to sound ungrateful."

She added: "Mental health and happiness comes first for me always."



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