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Mortified Megan Barton-Hanson says she was a crumbling mess when she came face-to-face with her ex boyfriend Charlie Brake.
The Love Island beauty was reunited with him while on a date for MTV's Celeb Ex In The City – and she couldn't focus on the guy she was having dinner with.
It was the first time they had seen each other in over six months and things were even more awkward because Megan swiped his hamster during the split.
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She was filming the show – which sees a former flame awkwardly crash their date – at a London restaurant.
"I don't think I'll ever be able to watch it back," Megan told The Sun.
"I just crumbled to be honest, I was a mess. I couldn't even concentrate on my date.
"It was so annoying because we were really getting on, but all I kept thinking was 'oh my god, what am i going to do?'. I did not play it cool at all."
She added: "It was so shocking for me. There were three people I thought it was going to be and then Charlie walks out and I'm like 'what the hell?'"
"When he came out I just unravelled, it was a very, very awkward situation."
Megan opened up on Wednesday and says she went into a loneliness spiral in 2020.
Megan Barton Hanson
The star said it left her desperate to start a family but as the year progressed she started to be at ease with herself and is now enjoying her own company.
It's been a big year for the reality babe, who bought her first home after making mega money thanks to her OnlyFans account.
Megan, though, has struggled at times – and opened up about the issues she has faced.
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"I think before the first initial lockdown I was kind of in a hurry to be with someone and have children," she told The Sun.
"I feel like every woman – because of society – has this pressure to be with someone, have a partner and you think your time is ticking to have a baby.
"They are too afraid maybe, because of the old fashioned stereotype and stigmas of 'oh man up', but I think it's really important to be open about loneliness.”
"Since the first lockdown I've got to know myself more."
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