Robyn Darbyshire stars in ITV2’s The Cabins which premiered this week

Robyn Darbyshire

Ever for the reason that winter version of widespread courting present Love Island concluded and it was introduced that the common summer season model can be postponed because of the ongoing pandemic, Authorized Cheek has been looking out for a brand new legally-minded actuality star to grace our screens.

Effectively, ITV2’s The Cabins premiered this week. It’s a courting present that has been dubbed ‘lockdown Love Island‘, and stars a former paralegal, Robyn Darbyshire.

The 26-year-old is from Doncaster in South Yorkshire and labored as a paralegal at a neighborhood solicitors’ agency, OCL Solicitors, specialising in private damage claims for 2 years, in keeping with her LinkedIn profile.

Darbyshire’s dalliance with the regulation seems to be short-lived: her bio signifies she at the moment works as a gross sales govt and not too long ago skilled as a TV presenter. She additionally fashions for an insurance coverage firm at motorsport occasions.

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The footie fanatic, who beforehand appeared on ITV2’s actuality courting present Singletown, mentioned in an interview forward of the programme that she’s been single for 4 years however is now prepared to search out somebody. “I’d love a man who’s romantic however was additionally humorous and didn’t take himself too severely and is up for fun. I simply haven’t discovered anybody price settling down for.”

The Cabins stars three pairs of singletons who every test in to a distant log cabin for his or her first date — and should spend the following 24 hours collectively. The pairs then determine in the event that they need to keep collectively or ‘try’. The present is pre-recorded and was in a position to go forward after ITV ensured strict well being and security checks had been put in place. It premiered on Monday and airs each evening on ITV2 at 9pm.

Darbyshire isn’t the primary love-seeking actuality star with a background in regulation.

Limerick College regulation graduate Greg O’Shea won the last summer series of Love Island. That very same collection noticed Leeds Beckett regulation grad Lavena Again enter the villa for a short stint. And who can overlook Rosie Williams, the junior solicitor who put her legal career on hold to enter the Spanish villa in 2018. Since then Williams has gone on to launch a lawyer-inspired clothing line, and (humble brag) presented our ‘Best Use of Social Media’ award at our annual ceremony.

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