Love Island 2020 has come to an end with the public's favourite couple Paige and Finn crowned queen and king of the villa. The couple is was also awarded £50,000 which they decided to share... or so they thought...
Since its debut 2015, Love Island has been pairing up couples to compete with one another to find love and win £50,000 in cold, hard cash. In the finale, each winner has to make a decision: keep the whole sum for themself or agree to stick together and split the fortune. So far, every couple has decided to do the latter and split the money. How romantic!
Paige and Finn are the winners of the first winter edition of Love Island. Ever since the finale in February, the couple has been doing great. The young couple revealed they've even been talking about marriage and starting a family together in the very near future. Speaking to OK! Magazine, Paige revealed that they could be the next Love Islander couple to have a baby, stating:
We want to start a family quickly and we’ve discussed names. I like Darcey for a girl and Hugo for a boy.
In a recent interview with Heat Magazine, the 22-year-old Londoner revealed that she spent last weekend in Scotland with Finn where he 'met the whole family'.
He fit in really well. It was quite cute. We met up with lots of family and then had lazy days on Sunday and Monday before we came back to London. In time, moving in together is definitely something we’re going to do.
When asked about the most extravagant thing she bought with her share of the £25k price:
I’ve not actually received [the money] just yet, but when it comes through, I’m sure there will be a shopping trip.
With no surprise, this season Love Island winner Paige Turley is making a crazy amount of money with her Instagram account after her participation on Love Island. She currently has 1.7 million followers and she makes up to £8,100 for a single post.
The star won't be short on cash any time soon, but still, ITV needs to pay their winners...