Love Island’s Andrew Is A Fan Of Romantic Gestures

So long as there is an element of surprise, that is.

by Sophie McEvoy
Love Island's Andrew Le Page

And just like that, summer entertainment is back and ITV’s successful dating show Love Island is ready to hit our screens on Monday, June 6 – with a few major changes. Joining the revamped new villa are a set of young, attractive islanders. Andrew Le Page is one of this year’s contestants, and he’s raring to find his perfect match. Here’s everything we know about Andrew so far, and what to expect from him in the villa.

What Is Andrew’s Job?

Born in Guernsey, 27-year-old Andrew was living it up in Dubai before jetting off to the Love Island villa. Since August 2021, he’s been working as a real estate agent for Betterhomes LLC according to his LinkedIn profile. He’s also worked as a fitness instructor for DW Fitness.

What’s Andrew’s Instagram?

Spending the majority of his time in the United Arab Emirates, Andrew has a lot of exotic moments to share with his nearly 3k followers. From desert dunes to vivid skylines, the real estate agent is clearly living his best life – he just needs someone to share it with.

What Else Is There To Know About Andrew?

Being single for the first time in a while, Andrew thought now was the perfect time to live it up in the Love Island villa. He believes he’s somewhat of a catch, thanks to his loyal nature. “When I’m with someone I’m very loyal,” he said when asked what makes him a good partner. “I’m a good boyfriend as when I’m with someone I’m all for them.”

He’s also a fan of romantic gestures, too. “With my ex, we went out for dinner for her birthday,” he explained. “I pretended that I got her absolutely nothing and she was kind of fuming. Then I whipped out that, ‘We’re actually going to Paris tomorrow.’ She was very happy with that!”

As for what fans can expect from Andrew in the villa, the Love Island newbie revealed those closest to him describe him as someone “quite cheeky, confident, a bit silly, doesn’t take life too seriously and who’s going to have a laugh with it.”

Love Island starts at 9pm on Monday 6th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.