These are the 2021 Love Islanders who’ve returned to their old jobs

While appearing on Love Island can lead to fame and fortune, some Islanders are already back to their day jobs.

After their time in the villa is up, many ex-Islanders give up their old professions and launch careers as influencers or land more telly gigs. Not all Islanders do so though - and a few of the Love Island 2021 cast have already returned to their old jobs.

Back to the day job

Georgia Townend was part of this series’ infamous ‘48-hour club’ as she lasted just two days in the villa. Despite this, she was a big hit with viewers thanks to her sassy sense of humour. Still, she’s now returned to her day job as a marketing executive for Lidl. Taking to Instagram to celebrate her return to work she joked:

Yes I work for @lidlgb and yes that’s likely a contributing factor as to why my time in the villa was so short. It’s been instilled into me my entire career that checkouts should be as speedy as possible.*Head B***h In Charge.

Priya Gopaldas returns to the NHS

Last week, Priya Gopaldas also returned to her regular job working for the NHS as part of her medical training. Casa Amor boy Harry Young—who was the first ever Islander to win a place on the show after applying through Tinder—has also returned to his old job as a car salesman after failing to turn any heads in the villa.

Meanwhile, former lettings agent Faye Winter has revealed that she asked for her old job back after leaving the villa. However, she was told by her boss that she should instead take all the opportunities coming her way. Faye has now amassed over one million Instagram followers so her future as an influencer looks bright.

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