Love Island's Amber Gill moves in with Anna Vakili after Greg O'Shea split drama

Despite winning Love Island, Amber Gill has had a tough time of it recently, following her split with Greg O’Shea.

But the 22-year-old revealed she is ignoring all the drama by moving in with best pal Anna Vakili.

During her appearance at last night’s TV Choice Awards, at the swanky London Hilton, she reportedly refused to chat about her now ex – who skipped out on the bash – wanting to remain positive about her future.

‘I’ve moved in with Anna which is lovely, she’s been with me from the start,’ she explained.

And she admitted the support from the public has been the biggest shock since leaving the villa last month.

‘I think because I was there for so long I had no idea what I was coming out to, so the amount of love and support I’ve received has been amazing,’ she continued to The Sun.

‘I think I went in the villa with about 4,000 Instagram followers then I came out with 2 million and now I’ve got 3 million and it’s crazy and everyone recognises you, but I’m so happy.

‘It makes me happy that I’m making people happy.’

Amber also insisted she isn’t taking it for granted, and ‘taking in all the opportunities’ that have been given to her.

Like a total pro.

The ITV2 star opened up about their split on Loose Women, claiming Greg did end their brief romance over text just before she was due to travel to Dublin to spend the weekend with him.

‘Obviously I’m really disappointed,’ she told the panel. ‘I wasn’t expecting that at all.

‘I was due, just that weekend gone, to fly out to Dublin to spend the weekend with him as we were going on a TV show together.

‘I don’t know what changed. I kind of wanted to make it work, but it is what it is really.

‘I am disappointed that it’s over, but I’m booked and I’m busy. I’ll be fine. Onwards and upwards from here.’

‘Definitely on that day it was a text. We were texting each other,’ she added. ‘I think there was a bit of miscommunication but if you don’t want to be with someone, you don’t want be with someone.’

Fans were left shocked by the split, with some suggesting Greg should return his share of the £50,000 Love Island prize as a result.

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