Lucie Donlan was propelled to notoriety following her appearance on this year's Love Island.
The blonde bombshell, who has since rekindled her relationship with Joe Garratt whom she met on the show, found it difficult to gel with the girls in the villa.
Feeling alienated and away from the group, Lucie struck up close friendships with the Love Island boys, and admitted her fellow singletons weren't "her type of girls".
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, the surfer girl spoke about her budding relationship with her sandwich-making boyfriend, along with discussing why she has been notably absent from the girls' meet-ups post Love Island.
When asked why she didn't attend Anna Vakili's slumber party, which included the majority of the female residents, she replied: "I didn't get an invite.
"To be honest, it's not my type of thing anyway.
"They're not my type of girls to hang out with and everyone knew that from the show."
She added: "I've got my friends still."
Earlier this month, Molly-Mae Hague threw a launch party to celebrate her collection with online fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing.
Amber Gill, Maura Higgins and a number of the other of this year's Love Islanders all made an appearance, however Lucie was a no-show.
She continued: "I didn't get invited yet again, and obviously that's why I didn't go.
"Fashion stuff isn't really my thing, but it would have been nice to support her."
And while she may not be attending launch parties, Lucie has been invited to make a number of appearances at the Southampton International Boat Show.
Discussing her involvement, she said: "I'll be taking part in a SUP lesson, and people can come down and take part. There's going to be loads of activities, such as surfing and kayaking.
"It's being held form the 13th to 22nd September, and I'm trying to get as many people as I can out on the water."
When asked if Joe will be making his paddle boarding debut, she added: "I would love him to! I want to take him out surfing, that's what I want to do.
"He hasn't been surfing yet. I'm heading home soon, so I think my dad and I are going to teach him how to surf."
Lucie Donlan is working with Southampton International Boat, powered by Borrow a Boat, to help get as many people out on the water as possible. Lucy is instructing a paddle boarding session at the Show’s Get Afloat activity, to demonstrate how getting out on the water can be accessible, flexible and affordable. Southampton International Boat Show runs 13-22 September and is Britain’s biggest festival of boating, with over 10,000 people getting out on the water over the ten days. To buy tickets please visit the website southamptonboatshow.com
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