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What Does Amber Gill From Love Island Do Now?

What Does Amber Gill From Love Island Do Now?

Amber won Love Island a few years ago, but what is she up to now?

Amber Gill won Love Island in 2019 with fellow contestant Greg O’Shea. The two, however, are sadly not still together, after O'Shea dumped her by text! Amber has been very vocal on Twitter during this season of Love Island, but many fans are wondering what the 2019 winner does now.

What Does Amber Gill From Love Island Do Now?

Gill originally worked as a beauty therapist in Newcastle, however after leaving the villa, she moved to London where she purchased her own apartment. She now has a fashion collection with MissPap, which is worth £1 million, and makes guest appearances on ITV’s Love Island: Aftersun, Saturday Night Takeaway and Loose Women.

Amber Gill currently has 2.6 million followers on Instagram and 377K followers on Twitter, where she regularly posts stunning pictures of herself in gifted outfits, videos about her skincare and hair routine and regular holiday escapes. 

Last year Gill landed a book deal with Mills & Boon, and and now is releasing a series of steamy novels. Advocating for ethnic diversity in the publishing sector, she says that her first novel, Until I Met You, ‘is so much more than a love story. It’s about bringing about more representation and inclusivity to the romance genre – the lead characters were never Black or mixed race when I was younger. I want that to change’.

Amber also promotes body confidence with her fitness programme, Amber Flexx, which was launched in February 2021. This programme helps people ‘tone and flexx with Amber and her squad’ by posting healthy recipes and workouts to help her followers feel their best. 

It seems that Amber has successfully taken advantage of her Love Island fame and is using it for good causes.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Love Island, TV and Film