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Love Island’s Mary Bedford forks out jaw-dropping £62k on new Audi after horror smash

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Love Island 2021 star Mary Bedford has splashed the cash on a brand-new Audi.The blonde beauty forked out a huge £62,000 for the car - weeks after she was involved in a terrifying car crash.Last month (September 13), the 23-year-old revealed that she was left covered in "bruises and cuts" following a horrific crash which had completely written off her previous Range Rover Velar.READ MORE:Love Island's Mary Bedford lied about ITV show saying she 'was going to LA' insteadHowever, the model took to Instagram yesterday (October 6) to tell her 889k fans how she had bought a new car and was thrilled with it.Mary shared a snap of the luxury vehicle to her Instagram Story, writing: “Audi Q8.

After the accident, I was set on not driving a small car, so my dad suggested this as they are huge, and I think it's a perfect choice.“Picked it up and love it, now time to get back to not hating driving."Last month, Mary admitted she was "grateful" to be alive after she was involved in a terrifying car crash.The reality star confessed she was left "shaken" from the whole experience, as she shared an image of her wrecked car on Instagram.

Her luxury black vehicle - which she previously branded her "dream car" - looked unrecognisable as the driver's side was left completely crushed by the high-speed collision.She penned: "Someone must of been looking down on me today ...

very shaken up, cut and bruised but so grateful to be back home tonight [three prayer emojis, one heartbroken emoji]."The online influencer revealed last year that she had splashed out on the 4x4 car.Mary told her adoring fans that she couldn't believe she owned the vehicle - which would have set her back more than £50,000.Mary found fame on the 2021 series of Love.

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