Lauren Goodger says she's 'ready for love' after returning to social media after 'hellish year' | The Sun

LAUREN Goodger has opened up about being ready to date again after a 'hellish year.'

The Towie legend who split from fiance Charles Dury last year after the tragic death of their second daughter Lorena, revealed she is ready to move on with her life.

Lauren said she's ready for love after returning to social media after she suddenly quit Instagram.

She told The Sun: "I am ready to get back out there now and find love. I want to meet someone and in a couple of years, I want to be married, you know. I still want to do all of that."

The Only Way Is Essex star even said she'd consider going on the new Love Island for single parents.

Speaking at the Inspiration Awards for Women, she said: "I'd love to do that. Why not! In fact, I'd love to host that show."

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Lauren was left devastated last July when she confirmed her second daughter Lorena tragically passed away following complications at birth in an Instagram post.

The doting mother shared her daughters with ex-boyfriend Charles Drury. 

It is believed their relationship ended badly last year, and at the funeral of their second daughter, Lorena, it is alleged Lauren was attacked and she was left with a black eye.

Charles Drury, 25, was later arrested and bailed following the incident, which he has denied.

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Meanwhile Lauren has teased a return to TOWIE – 13 years after it made her famous.

The star, who became a household name alongside stars including Amy Childs, who also returned to the BAFTA winning show,and Mark Wright, who she dated on the show, still has a place in her heart for the ITV2 reality TV show.

Speaking toThe Sun at the Inspiration Awards for Women at the Landmark Hotel, she said: "Is the door still open for TOWIE? Never say Never.

TOWIE is the show that opened so many doors for me. I will forever be grateful. So who knows, in the future I could go back."

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