Love Island winner Amber Gill’s big promise to keep love alive with Greg O’Shea

Love Island winner Amber Gill says she will consider moving to Ireland already to keep things going strong with Greg O'Shea .

The pair took home £50,000 a week ago after being named 2019's villa king and queen.

They may have only known each other for a few weeks but the unexpected winners say things are getting serious.

Their biggest problem appears to be location.

Irishman Greg's family home is in Limerick, while Amber is from Newcastle.

They don't see the distance as a big issue – and explained why.



But she stunned the Reunion viewers by saying she would consider moving overseas if she felt that it was needed.

Host Caroline Flack was grilling them about living in separate countries – and what they planned to do about it.

"It's not a problem at the moment as we're both so busy," he said.

"Plus, there are planes every hour – it's really not a big thing for us."

Caroline turned the question to Amber and she didnt think twice before saying something bold.

"Yeah, it doesn't take long to get there, but I could always move to Ireland," she announced.

Talk about a statement of intent.


If the money men are right, they'll be able to buy their own place together before too long.

They could earn £10,000 for every promotional Instagram post they upload and experts suggest they will have seven figures sitting in their bank accounts in no time at all.

Speaking to The Sun Online , an industry expert insider revealed: "They will have a golden 12 months and the aim will be for them to make more than a £1 million each in that time.


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