Olivia Attwood suffered a "really bad" panic attack in isolation on Thursday.
The former Love Island babe, 28, was spending time in quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic when the attack happened.
It appeared to be quite serious and the TOWIE bombshell admitted she didn't want to go into any intimate details of what unfolded.
However, Olivia made it clear that the scary attack wasn't brought on by self-isolation.
In a piece to camera, she said: "I took a really bad panic attack this morning. I won't go into details of it."
She told her fans the attack was 'really bad' but put it down to her 'fun features'
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The reality star revealed she even had to self-medicate and wasn't feeling quite herself as the global pandemic raged on.
She added: "I'm a little bit away with the fairies."
The blonde reassured her fans she often suffered from panic attacks time to time and stressed it had nothing to do with being in isolation.
She said it's common for her to have a panic attack
She elaborated: "Don't worry as well, don't think I've took a panic attack because of being in isolation. I do this all the time.
"It's just part of one of the fun features that comes with my features and personality, and the Liv package. There's about 10 personalities – and the odd panic attack."
Liv also said her Love Island experience was 'worse' than quarantine
The star said: "No one's perfect, do you know what I mean?"
It comes after Liv recently announced coronavirus lockdown isn't a patch on what it was like to be stuck in the Spanish villa.
Olivia said she was "controlled and contained" while on the show as she pointed out quarantine wasn't unknown territory to her.
She told Mail Online being in the villa was "worse" than being in quarantine.
Olivia was a star on 2017's Love Island
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Liv put it down to the fact islanders weren't allowed to have phones with Internet or WiFi.
The star also said there was no way that you could call or keep in touch with friends and family.
She explained: "We were more contained, there was more control. In the villa, you couldn't call anyone or go for a walk. If anything, it was worse!
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"But with coronavirus, you can walk outside your front door as long as you're in the guidelines."
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