Love Island's Dr Alex George joins OnlyFans but is giving away his posts for free

LOVE Island's Dr Alex George has joined OnlyFans – but is giving away his posts for free.

The telly doc, 31, has been working hard raising awareness of mental health issues after his brother Llŷr's tragic death.

Dr Alex was made a Youth Mental Health Ambassador by Boris Johnson last month, and is now using the OnlyFans platform for more good.

He said: "My aim is to share wellbeing and self-care advice on all platforms, making trusted and engaging content available online.

"Therefore, for the over-18 age group, I have set up an OnlyFans page which is completely FREE to access, no paywall whatsoever.

"Followers can expect regular posts and videos around mental health, self-care and positivity. I am excited to create a like-minded online community on OnlyFans."

OnlyFans echoed this and said part-time A&E doctor Alex will be "using the platform to share content that aims to support those who need advice from a mental health perspective.

"Providing content for an older demographic to complement his youth work as government ambassador, Dr Alex hopes to cover all bases as the nation navigates out of the longest lockdown to date."

Alex's world fell apart when he tragically lost his brother Llŷr in July, with the Love Islander announcing that the family had lost him to his battle with mental health.

Llŷr was just 19 at the time of his passing.

Announcing his break from social media, Dr Alex told his Instagram followers: "I have decided to take a few weeks off social media.

"With everything that’s happened it’s important for my mental health that I take some time offline. I am focusing on my family and friends as well as looking after myself."

Dr Alex recently penned an open letter about his grief following his brother's sudden death.

Paying tribute to his "bright," "funny" brother, he wrote: "We had plenty in common. He was a mini-me — obsessed with science, desperate to make a difference in the NHS and we shared a passion for cars and motorcycles.

"He would have been a credit to my profession and to society. He was one of the good guys

"But still in his teens, with no diagnosed prior history of a mental health condition, he took his own life, leaving our family shattered and irrevocably changed.

"On paper, Llŷr didn’t look like someone who might have a mental health condition but that’s the rub — there’s no 'type' when it comes to mental health and suicide."

Dr Alex has said he is determined to use hisown personal experiences to change the way children and young people access mental health support.

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