Love Island star Cally Jane Beech reveals she was involved in 'horrid' car crash with daughter Vienna

The mum revealed the scary incident on social media

Cally Jane Beech

Former Love Island star has opened up about the scary moment when she was involved in a car crash with her daughter Vienna.

The reality TV star shared the sad news on Twitter that she had been involved in a car crash, while her daughter was also in the car with her.

She tweeted: 'Guys please go careful on the roads just had horrid car accident n I’m shook I beg u all go careful I’m one of the lucky ones #feelingblessed'.

'Finally home n in bed, not that I’m guna be able to rest, wat a day 😩', she added.

Fans were quick to offer support to the star, asking if she and little Vienna were okay following the incident.

One said: 'Aww sorry to hear that. Hope you are ok. Take it easy.', while another fan also tweeted: 'Aw hope you’re okay Cally'.

After telling fans what had happened on social media, Cally later explained that both mum and daughter were okay, although her little girl suffered mild injuries.

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Speaking to OK!, Cally said: 'We're OK, it was me and Vienna. There was a quick traffic build up on the motorway and the sun was low, and by time I saw the car slammed on was too late.

'Vienna was fine – I have few mild injuries, but just thankful wasn’t a whole lot worse. I feel very blessed, but very shook up.'

Cally shares one-year-old daughter Vienna with boyfriend Luis Morrison, who was also on the ITV2 show Love Island at the same time.

The pair welcomed their first child in May last year, but split up just ten weeks after. However, they were reunited by the end of 2017, and have been together since.

Confirming the news that they had recoupled, Cally said at the time: 'For the record yes we are together. Had a really tough year, but couldn’t be more ready for 2018. Onwards and upwards.'

Mariana Cerqueira
Lifestyle Editor

Mariana is a lifestyle writer who has written for and My Imperfect Life. She joined the team as an intern after completing her journalism MA at City University. After six months spent writing about food, celebrity news, and family trends, Mariana left to write for Healthy Food magazine - but returned in 2017, to join the Future team once again. In her spare time, you’ll find Mariana in the kitchen cooking for her friends.