Have a cheeky geez inside some of the Love Islanders' boujee AF real houses
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Have a cheeky geez inside some of the Love Islanders' boujee AF real houses

Who's living the most lavishly out of Gemma, Luca, Davide, and Ekin-Su?
26 July 2022 5:01PM

With Season 8 of ‘Love Island UK’ in its final week (sorry to break it to you) the Islanders are set to leave Mallorca in a few days and return to a brand new life of fame and followers, but they will be returning to the same homes they had when they entered the villa. 

But what do these homes look like? Who’s living lavishly and whose days at the villa have been a major upgrade?

Thanks to Instagram and other sources we’ve been able to have a peek inside the homes of the Islanders (this isn’t creepy right?).

Gemma Owen
First up is Gemma, the youngest islander and daughter of British soccer icon Michael Owen, who’s worth almost NZD$100million thanks to his footballing and media career. You guessed it, they have got an absolute pad. 

It was featured in an ITV show in 2019 and it’s ridonculous. There’s an indoor swimming pool, a gym, and even a tanning booth. It’s safe to say that Gemma’s trip to the villa was a step down from her usual living.

Luca Bish
Luca Bish, who sells fish, lives in Brighton with his sister. Their crib looks pretty snazzy, and clean, so,very, very clean.

It doesn't compare to Gemma's (and that's OK, Luca) but it's far, far better than our dingy, cold flats.

Ekin-Su Cülcüloglu
Ahh, Ekin-Su, a literal Turkish TV-soap star before entering the villa to a drama queen inside, and now a beloved islander, what a journey she has had. 

We don’t have a lot to go off, but we do know she’s got some exposed brick in her house, and what must be a massive mirror by the front door due to the mirror selfies on her gram - which is so Ekin-Su.

Davide Sanclimenti
Davide, the Italian Stallion, Sanclimenti, moved to Manchester, England several years ago ago and seems to have settled right in. 

Judging by the gram you can find him relaxing on one of his couches in front of floor-to-roof windows that look out over the city.