Queen Elizabeth II Has A Bizarre Link To The Love Island Villa

Love Island may seem likely possibly the furthest thing for the royal family, but a peculiar connection has now been discovered and perhaps the Queen is closer than we think. Check out the video to find out more!

Love Island, the nation’s most-watched reality TV show, features a bunch of attractive singletons compete for a £50,000 prize by coupling up into on-screen relationships in a bid to win over the public.

Of this year’s contestants, Molly Mae Hague, a 19-year-old social media influencer, and Tommy Fury, a 20-year-old professional fighter, seem set to win as they are the most-established couple of the series.

The nature of the show falls into “constructed reality” and therefore it seems a far cry from anything remotely related to the royal family but according to recent sources, this may not be the case.

As it happens, one of the relatives of Queen Elizabeth II is the wealthy owner of the luxury Majorcan villa. Nikolaus Broschek owns the villa which lies near the small town of Saint Llorenc.

The 77-year-old business man married into nobility in 1991. He also has had a child along with his wife, the Princess. His son, Alexis, is 23 and studies at the London School of Economics.

Check out the video to find out more!

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