Dr. Alex George revealed the reason why he returned to A & E after he failed to find romance on Love Island while he dumped Alexandra Cane days before the final.
The A & E hunk, 27, remembered a sweet story to his admiring fans on Instagram when he shared with them that he had been reunited with a patient he had treated last year.
Alex of Love Island was filled with pride when his former patient told him that he had inspired her to study hard, go to college, and become a doctor.
How lovely! Love Island & # 39; s Dr. Alex George revealed the REAL reason he returned to A & E when he told a sweet story about reuniting with the patient he inspired to become a doctor
He shared: & # 39; I just met a young lady who I treated A & E a year ago, where she almost does not make it.
She now tells me that she is doing her A-level and wants to go to the university to become doctor <3. & # 39;
The doctor explained that this was the reason he had returned to the medical profession after having played on reality television in the summer.
He added: "I get the question why I went back to A & E, this is why. & # 39;
Touching: Alex of Love Island was filled with pride when his former patient told him that he had inspired her to study hard, go to college, and become a doctor
No thanks! Dr. Alex seemed unaffected by the glamorous party lifestyle and red carpets that inevitably come with finding fame on ITV2 & # 39; s dating show Love Island
Dr. Alex started working again after he slipped back into his doctor's uniform a month ago as the festive season approached.
In November he took over his social media platforms to bring his imminent transition back to life in the department.
Dr. Alex did not seem impressed by the glamorous party lifestyle and red carpets that inevitably go hand in hand with the recognition of ITV2 & # 39; s dating show Love Island.
He wrote on social media: Love Island was the experience of your life, but since I left the villa, I really missed working for the NHS.
He goes back to his work: he has revealed that he returns to his work in A & E after he has left the medical world for his work in the reality show
& # 39; That's why I'm going back to A & E this week. I've been training for years to help people, and I can not wait to go back to what I love. & # 39;
On Instagram he told his followers: & # 39; I will use my platform to make people aware of health issues.
Hopefully I can give you some insight into what it is like in the front lines of the NHS. I hope you all continue this incredible journey with me. Here we go! & # 39;
Back to reality: the 27-year-old physician returns to life in the department, about five months after gaining fame in the ITV2 dating show
Announcement: he took on Wednesday morning to Twitter and Instagram to share the news
Dr. Alex's announcement comes three months after it was reported that he was close to & # 39; in line for a regular bet & # 39; on this morning, according to The Sun.
Insiders told the publication that he was set up to inform the public about everything that is medical, besides the will of Dr. Hilary Jones and Dr. Zoe William.
The source claimed: "Producers were impressed by Alex after his time on the show this week – and were intrigued to hear him say how much he liked to pursue more TV work."
"They believe it would be great to have a new face that comes from a show like Love Island and appeal to a younger audience to share their insights into the medical world. & # 39;
TV rumors: Dr. Alex's announcement comes three months after it was reported that he was close to & # 39; in line for a regular bet & # 39; was on this morning
She added: "He talks very passionately about his profession and is a big star thanks to his summer in the villa – but wants to use his new fame to teach the masses. & # 39;
During an appearance on this morning in August, Dr Alex said: "I absolutely love my job and while I was away I started missing it in many different ways, and occasionally we talked about drugs in the villa and I would really like that.
& # 39; I absolutely want to go back to A & E when the time is right. & # 39;
When he learned that each participant could earn £ 5,000 per Instagram post, which amounts to £ 750,000 a year, the Welsh physician admitted that he wanted to be passionate about bringing his expertise to the small screen and was not interested in the reality star. . life.
To be real: Dr. Alex, pictured with These Morning's Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, has previously revealed that he was not interested in pursuing a full-time reality TV career
The reality star continued: & # 39; All this shoots my head, but for me my interest goes back to A & E and what I would really like to do is be involved in medical education …
I think people of my age want to know more about the medical world, but I do not know if it's always accessible, so I'd love to do a doctor's job because I'm passionate about my work and would like it to be accessible to make. for all target groups. & # 39;
His recognition impressed presenter Eamonn Holmes, who explained that they were asking their viewers at home if he had to give up his medical career.
Eamonn said: Well, people admire you because you think so because we asked viewers to give up your job as a doctor and become a full-time reality star, and a massive 97 percent said no! & # 39;
During his stint on Love Island, Dr. Alex failed to make a spark with Samira Mighty, Megan Hanson Barton, Ellie Brown, Charlie Williams, Grace Ward, Laura Crane and Alexandra Cane, after which he left the show single.
Unluckily in love: during his time on Love Island, Dr. Alex does not make a spark with a total of seven participants, including Samira Mighty and Alexandra Cane (photo)