LOVE Island star Maura Higgins has been left baffled after being sent flowers from a mystery admirer.
Maura, 29, shared a photo of the beautiful bouquet online but admitted she had no idea who was behind the surprise delivery.
The single reality star says she has spent “hours” trying to figure out who they are from has so far drawn a blank.
The blooms arrived just a day fellow Islander Megan Barton-Hanson said she would like to “couple up” with the Irish beauty.
In the snap, which Maura shared on Instagram, there is also a picture of a card which reads: “Thinking of you x.”
The Dancing On Ice star explained to fans they had arrived on a “sad day”.
Maura captioned her photo: “I’ve wracked my brain for hours now & can’t guess who has been the very thoughtful person to send me these on a sad day!
“Thank you – means so much!”
Maura has been single since splitting with Curtis Pritchard in March this year.
The couple had got together during the 2019 series of Love Island and insisted their split was a mutual decision.
It came after Maura had found herself at the centre of the marriage break-up between her Dancing On Ice professional skating partner Alex Demetriou and his Canadian wife Carlotta Edwards.
Maura and Alex denied any romantic involvement with each other.
Just weeks ago, she was snapped looking cosy with fellow Love Island alumni Chris Taylor.
Then only yesterday, Love Island 2018 star Megan Barton-Hanson revealed she has a secret crush on Maura.
When discussing what may have happened if they had starred in the same series, she said: “I’d love to have coupled up with Maura.
“I think we’re so similar in so many ways, like our views and stuff – but I don’t know if I could handle her, she’s very high maintenance, but I guess I am too!”
Maura, who is heterosexual, recently told The Sun that she is unapologetic about having lots of male friends.
Maura said: “Growing up, I think I had more male friends than girl friends and I’m never, ever going to change that.
“I get on very well with boys, as well as girls.
“Maybe having a lot of guy mates and being platonic gives me good banter, and it helps me be more approachable on the telly.”