Love Island finalist Faye Winter has asked her previous employer for her job back as she’s not accustomed to the influencer lifestyle.
The brunette bombshell, who finished third with her partner Teddy Soares, worked in Exeter as a letting agent before she joined the ITV show.
Despite the fact that her life has changed drastically in recent weeks, Faye has admitted that she longs for the old days.
Daily Star reached out for comment from Faye’s boss, but her manager was on vacation.
Faye, 26, despite racking up Instagram followers and signing to a talent management firm, has admitted she’s not used it and had just visited London.
Talking to Grazia, the fiery contestant admitted that the first thing she did when she left the villa was call her old management.
Faye had high hopes for a return to work and her former boss encouraged her to seize every opportunity she could.
She said: “He said, I don’t think you understand that you need to take all these opportunities coming your way.”
Now her time on Love Island has come to an end, Faye has been splitting her time Devon and London.
She plans to also move in with Teddy, her boyfriend currently living in Manchester.
Capital XTRA’s blonde bombshell, Faye, stated that Teddy is not going to be leaving soon and that she was in it for the long-term.
Faye said: “We are looking for somewhere together to live, that is main priority number one. Now that we’ve got amazing management sorted, we can then look at doing things like that [marriage and kids].”
But although Faye’s job admission may come as a surprise to some, she isn’t the first contestant from this year’s series who contacted their manager for their role back.
Georgia Townend, 28, has already returned to her old day job at supermarket chain Lidl.
The marketing executive shared a short video with her followers last week as she returned to her office and explained her responsibilities.
She said: “My degree is in food and nutrition so that is my passion project, that’s always been my area of expertise.
“During my degree I did a placement year and I worked in food manufacturing, which I really enjoyed, but I knew when I graduated I wanted to move retail side, because for me the joy for me comes out in bringing end product to customer.”
The star added: “So when I graduated I joined Lidl on the graduate scheme, that was about six years ago, I’m obviously not on the graduate scheme anymore, my role’s in a marketing function.
“There’s lots of things that fall into my remit of responsibility.”