Eyal Booker hit headlines after he appeared on Love Island last year, but now he’s stepped out of his comfort zone once again for an incredible reason.
The model, 22, put his hunt for love on hold to help rebuild a community in the Philippines, following a deadly typhoon that brought widespread damages to Guam, the Philippines and South China in mid September, 2017.
Eyal headed to Cagayan province in the Philippines, where he helped deliver materials that will be used to rebuild homes.
The islander was seen unloading the materials, and then travelled by boat to the other side of a river to transport them to a distribution centre.
He met a family whose homes had been destroyed in the typhoon, and was pictured with a beautiful baby who was just two months old when Typhoon Mangkhut hit and ripped off the top of his home.
The Celebs Go Dating hunk also took shelter repair kits to a distribution centre as part of the trip with World Vision.
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After 80 per cent of the crops in the province were destroyed by the typhoon, Eyal later helped to plough a field in order for crops to re-grow.
The area is one of the main producers of corn and rice for the country, so the typhoon had a severe impact.
He later joined in and learned how to build a house from scratch using materials provided by World Vision.
The move was part of the Build Back Better programme, which means communities and houses will be better protected if another typhoon hits.
Away from his incredible charity work, Eyal was last seen on screen during the Love Island reunion show – where he was seen sharing a steamy smooch with Kendall Rae-Knight.
After their kiss, Kendall and Eyal spoke to their co-stars about it, with Kendall telling the girls: “We just went for a little explore around the house.
“We had a kiss, we are just having a bit of fun. It’s nice.”
Meanwhile, Eyal said: “We went and ended up by the pool, we had a little kiss – it’s all just chill.
“I don’t want to think into it, I’m just going to go with it and see what happens.”
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