Love Island's Andrew Le Page admits he 'doesn't care' about fame and would return to his day job

Love Island’s Andrew Le Page admits he “doesn’t care” about fame and wouldn’t mind going back to his day job after finding love on the dating show.

He shot to fame earlier this year after placing fourth alongside his girlfriend Tasha Ghouri on Love Island.

But Andrew Le Page has revealed that making money from fame is not on his radar, as he went on the show to find love, and was successful.

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The former real estate agent, who worked in Dubai before being on the show, admitted he wouldn’t mind having a day job again and is still aiming to work on a property.

Back to reality?  Andrew Le Page has admitted that

Back to reality? Andrew Le Page has admitted that he “doesn’t care” about fame and that he wouldn’t mind going back to his day job after finding love on the dating show.

Speaking in a Q&A video for his new YouTube channel, the star explained that despite many contestants entering the show for fame, he was only looking for love.

When asked by a fan if he felt pressure to make money after the villa, Andrew replied, “I don’t really have a lot of pressure, I’m a pretty laid back guy.” I went on the show, and I know that’s probably hard for a lot of people to believe, but I went on the show to find love.

‘It wasn’t like a job opportunity for me or anything. If I go back to a normal real estate job, I’m very happy with that.

He shared: 'I went on the show to find love.  It wasn't like a job opportunity for me or anything.  If I have a normal real estate job again, I will be very happy with it'

He shared: ‘I went on the show to find love. It wasn’t like a job opportunity for me or anything. If I have a normal real estate job again, I will be very happy with it’

“Ultimately, I have a girlfriend that I absolutely adore and that was the goal, so there is no pressure to make money. I went for love and that’s what I got,’ she continued.

Andrew also detailed his process for getting into Love Island, revealing that he applied for the show, rather than being approached.

He and Tasha have gone from strength to strength since leaving the village, fronting a host of high-profile events and collaborations.

But keeping his dreams before fame, Andrew still hopes to follow in the footsteps of his parents, who are real estate developers.

Speaking about her dream caregiver, she shared: ‘My dream career would be real estate development, I grew up watching my parents do real estate development.

‘Just looking at their lifestyles, they could be home and work flexible hours and that’s what I want. When I went into a normal 9-5, I was like “oh, I don’t like this.” So, as I’ve seen my family do it, that would be the dream.’

Family: But keeping his dreams before fame, Andrew still hopes to follow in the footsteps of his parents, who are real estate developers (pictured with his mother)

Family: But keeping his dreams before fame, Andrew still hopes to follow in the footsteps of his parents, who are real estate developers (pictured with his mother)

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