Katie Salmon appeared on season two of Love Island (Picture: ITV)
The former reality star, 27, who welcomed a daughter last year, shot to fame on the ITV juggernaut series and made history as part of the show’s first same-sex couple with the late Sophie Gradon.
Katie recently made headlines earlier this year after she was reportedly left requiring medical treatment after a fight which prompted a call to the police.
The season two contestant shared that she has put that part of her life behind her, Katie shared a video compilation of photos before, during, and after her baptism.
She penned: ‘3 months since I was baptised…
‘From being at breaking point in my life to finding hope and peace in the storm I won’t stop speaking his name or what he’s done with my life. God is my saviour and in a world that’s dark, covered with evil people and pain I want every soul to know theirs a way out, Wether you understand it or not.’ [sic]
‘I found a relationship with the Lord himself not a religion but a deeper meaningful relationship’ (Picture: Instagram)
Katie Salmon was reportedly arrested in March but released without charge (Picture: Instagram)
She continued: ‘Theirs hope and glory in his name.🙏🏻 I want to make clear this isn’t a post or trend to say how God stopped me dressing provocatively, exposing my body online or covering my face in makeup. He didn’t stop me doing anything, he simply loved me just for who I am and made me look at myself the way he looks at me.
‘I found a relationship with the Lord himself not a religion but a deeper meaningful relationship. I want to honour him, his word and his people. Everything has changed inside and around me so my posts may have changed.
Salmon and Gradon were Love Island’s first same-sex couple (Picture: ITV)
‘My look, my bank balance and my clothing BUT I am more me than ever before. Even on days I don’t know what’s coming or why things are happening in this world, I will praise you for you never leave me and always love me even when am wrong. Thank you Jesus.’
Last September, Katie reportedly split from her fiancé Harry just six months after the birth of their first child.
The former reality star found fame on Love Island in 2016 where she made history as part of the show’s first same-sex couple with the late Sophie Gradon.
Sophie, however, died by suicide in June 2018, with her devastated boyfriend, Aaron Armstrong, following just three weeks later.
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The star appeared on season two of Love Island.