Faye Winter suffers epic blunder as heel breaks and she wobbles home after night out

Faye Winter suffered a blunder when her heel broke whilst on a night out.

Taking to her Instagram stories, the Love Island star, 26, filmed her broken heel as she wobbled home.

She told her followers: "We've had a bit of a problem. The best bit about our night. Look at my shoe. God forbid. But don't worry I salvaged it."

Referring to her friend, she added: "You know what she done? Nothing, she done nothing to help me. She just laughed at me. I'm hovering along like a drunk lady, and I'm not.

"It's this for more, I cannot cope. Why's my foot hanging off the back of my shoe? I'm squeezing it into two sizes too small.

"I am a size nine, I share shoes with Ted."

The 26-year-old rose to fame after appearing on the 2021 series of Love Island. She finished third place with her partner Teddy Soares, who she is still with today.

Since meeting on the show, the couple have moved in together and often share pictures of one another.

Sharing a snap with Teddy and a guide dog, Faye recently revealed that the 'last couple of weeks' has been 'the hardest' since leaving the villa.

She wrote: "11 days has gone far too quickly.

“Back to being the incredible life changer that you are Flossie. Crazy how this amazing lady always manages to be there when I need her the most and she has no idea.

“The last couple of weeks have probably been my hardest since leaving the villa which I know many of you have picked up on.

“But having this one has been the reason I’ve managed to smile every single day.

“We discovered new walks each day, she allowed me to turn off, take a break, listen to my body, clear my head and enjoy the small things that’s always made me me, something I didn’t even realise I needed.

“She reminded me who I am and what makes me Faye.”

As well as being a brand ambassador for Razzl Dazzl Hair Extensions, Faye is a Campaign Star for Guide Dogs UK.

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