“Back to the REAL grind!” Volatile Love Island star Harry Young returns to his day job as a car salesman after ‘surreal summer’ in the spotlight
Love Island star Harry Young has returned to his day job after a summer of fun following his fleeting stay at the Villa.
The car salesman, 24, shared a photo on Instagram to tell his 27.7k followers that he was “back to the grind” as a car salesman on Thursday.
The Scot works for car company Arnold Clark and his social media update showed a metal sign with his name on it and his business card describing his job as a ‘product advisor’ for the Motherwell-based company.
“Back to the grind!” Love Island star Harry Young has returned to his day job after a summer of fun following his volatile stint at the Villa
Harry also took to Instagram to announce the news that he will be returning to work on Tuesday, with a photo of him and his male islanders on a night out.
The photo showed Geordie hunk Brad Mclellan and Dale Mehmet looking very smart while partying in London.
He captioned the image: ‘Back to the real graft tomorrow. It’s been a surreal summer that ended with a class weekend in London.’
Harry, who briefly appeared on the show in the Casa Amor segment, was discovered by producers on Tinder.
Summer of fun: The car salesman, 24, shared a photo on Instagram to tell his 27.7k followers that he was ‘back to the grind’ as a car salesman on Thursday
Back to work: Harry also took to Instagram to announce the news that he will be returning to work on Tuesday, with a photo of him and his fellow islanders on a night out
Good times: He captioned the image: ‘Back to the real graft tomorrow. It’s been a surreal summer that ended with a class weekend in London.’
He admitted he chose to do the show because the pandemic didn’t give him a chance until now. Harry was subsequently dumped from the show after failing to capture the girls’ attention.
The hunk isn’t the only star of the show to return to their previous jobs, as Georgia Townend has also opted to go back to her job at Lidl.
On Twitter on Tuesday, the marketing manager, 28, posted a photo of himself in a bright pink suit next to a Lidl sign and hilariously accompanying the photo: ‘The HBIC has returned…
“Yes, I work for @lidlgb and yes, that’s probably a factor that contributed to why my time in the villa was so short. It has been imprinted on me throughout my career that the checkout should be as fast as possible.’
Back to work! The hunk isn’t the only star of the show to return to their previous jobs and Georgia Townend has also opted to go back to her job at Lidl
Funny: She wrote in the Tweet: ‘Yes I work for @lidlgb and yes that’s probably a contributing factor to why my time in the villa was so short’
She refers to her infamous short stint in the villa of just 48 hours, after Hugo chose Chloe Burrows over her in a brutal rematch.
Georgia also filmed her returning to the office on her Instagram stories.
She said, “I made it… the first day in literally years back in the office.
“You can tell it’s the end of the day because my hair is in a mess on top of my head.
“But to be honest, that was actually done about half an hour into the day. I just needed it all out of the way so I could focus.”
Not to be: She was dumped from the villa after Hugo Hammond (pictured) brutally classified her as a boyfriend, despite admitting she came into the villa for him
Georgia went on to tell fans that her passion has always been retail marketing.
She said, ‘So my degree is in nutrition and nutrition, so that’s my passion project, that’s always been my area of expertise.
‘And during my studies I did an internship and worked in the food industry, which I really enjoyed.
‘But when I graduated I knew I wanted to go into the retail side, because for me the joy comes from bringing an end product to the customer.’
Awkward: Her dumping came the night Hugo shadowed Toby Aromolaran for interacting with Abbie Rawlings about Chloe Burrows, ending with the gym teacher venting his true feelings for Chloe (pictured with Chloe at the Love Island villa)