Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen are quids in the four years since being crowned runners up of Love Island – earning millions since finding fame on the reality romance show.
Tattooed beauty Olivia, 26, and 28-year-old muscled hunk Alex lost out on the top prize of the second season of the show to Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey.
But the pair have found fame, fortune, and enduring love since coupling up on the hit ITV show – which would have been due to be back on air with a seventh series this week.
And it seems all the pleasures associated with taking part on the show – including a £4.5 million fortune – have come to the pair by chance more than anything else.
Opening up to The Sun on Sunday, Olivia explained: “I didn’t go on Love Island for love, I didn’t go in for money, I just went in for a laugh.
“My friends say I’ve become a nicer person because of Love Island.
“Now we’ve moved into our dream home, we go on amazing holidays and it’s thanks to Love Island.”
Olivia and Alex tied-the-knot in September 2018, and say they hope to start having a family soon.
While Alex says he is proud they are the first pair to have wed since featuring on the hit reality show.
The couple recently moved in to a £1 million house in Essex after their big day.
Following their appearance on the show, both stars have gone on to become Instagram models – where they earn £2,000 for endorsing products in posts.
While Olivia has expanded into the world of television presenting, having held down hosting duties on This Morning – while also featuring on wedding show Say Yes To The Dress.
While Alex has modelled for brands including BoohooMAN, Gym King and Hype – while also pulling in fees for club appearances.
The couple say they feel lucky to have enjoyed wealth after the show turned their lives around.
Before fame, Olivia says she earned £18,000 per year as a sales executive and lived in a council flat.
While Alex struggled with debts while working as a scaffolder and earning £400 per week.
He revealed: “I was living with my mum with no chance of moving out. I had payday loans.
"It was bad. I owed £5,000 or something. I couldn’t afford to pay anything back and was in a rut.
“It is amazing how much my life has changed.”