The twelve new ‘Love Island’ contestants may appear to be carbon copies of each other, but there is one who stands out. It turns out that a secret billionaire is in the group so if he doesn’t win the reality series’ £50,000 prize money, he’ll be grand sure.
Charlie Brake made a big impression on the girls as he entered the Love Island villa last night.
But the Chelsea lad is not only gorgeous - he is also the heir to a £1billion fortune. Charlie's granddad founded a founded a food distribution company called Brakes in 1958. The family business was reportedly sold for £2.3billion in 2016.
Charlie, who described himself as “a no-nonsense guy”, said “we sold the company and everyone is well looked after”.
He also expressed fears that his wealth could inspire envy in the villa, saying “there might be a lot of jealousy.”
The 23 year old's Instagram is full of images of luxury cars and holidays. He often flies to visit his dad in Monaco and has been known to treat dates to skiing trips and weekends in the south of France.
In other 'Love Island' news, star Niall Aslam recently revealed why he left the villa while it turns out that Megan looked completely different a few years ago.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on 3e.