Love Island’s Amber Gill became a millionaire five months after winning the show

Amber Gill has revealed that she’s formally a millionaire after being topped winner of ITV’s Love Island alongside her ex Greg O’Shea.

Since winning the show, the 22-year-old Geordie has continued to rise to success along with her collaboration with style model Misspap.

And it undoubtedly appears to be paying off as she has now admitted that she’s a millionaire – one thing which she all the time instructed her family she can be.
Chatting with The Solar, she admitted: “I always told my family I’d be a millionaire and now I am.” “People always say ‘wow’ when I walk into a room. When I go to nightclubs now everyone knows who I am. I forget that I’m famous all the time.”
This comes after the Love Island winner admitted that she’s glad to be single after being filmed cosying as much as fellow islander, Joe Garratt.
 Footage emerged over the weekend displaying Amber and Joe wanting shut throughout a evening out — forcing Joe to substantiate he had cut up from girlfriend Lucie Donlan.
Amber has now additionally admitted she hasn’t spoken to Greg since their shock cut up in August and is completely satisfied being single.
Talking about the Irish rugby participant, Amber stated: “I’ve not spoken to him, not heard something from him. I moved on from him pretty shortly and I just suppose it was a little bit of a crucial state of affairs, however you have to transfer previous it. “Right now, I’ve got great opportunities and I’m glad that I’m single and I can just focus on everything that I’m doing and really enjoy everything I’m doing at the minute.
She continued to tell The Sun Online: “I’m not seeing anyone at the minute and I’m not planning to.” I haven’t got a spare minute and, to be sincere, if I do, I will be on my own or with my canine. And I have not had any gives anyway. “My ideal man would be someone who makes me laugh, someone who is sincere and someone who doesn’t mind being with, someone that is quite successful in what they do.”

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