Love Island's richest couple Alex and Olivia Bowen show off enormous renovated home and it's almost as big as the villa

LOVE Island’s richest couple Alex and Olivia Bowen have given a tour of their incredible, newly renovated home. 

The married pair, who are thought to be worth £4.2 million, moved into the stunning £1 million mansion in February 2020 and have slowly but surely completely transformed the place.


It now boasts a games room, gym, utility room complete with a miniature bath to clean their French Bulldogs and a sprawling garden with hot tub.

Speaking to Boomin about how the property is now their dream home, the pair explained how they ended up getting it.

Olivia said: “We did have an idea about what our dream house would be, but they are so hard to find in this area.”

Alex admitted:  “I wasn’t even looking. I love our old house, I was content with having that and you used to drive past this when you were a kid and wished you could live here. Then it was on the market, so we went to look at it.”

He continued: “And when she was in the master bedroom she started crying and the exact same thing happened when we picked our wedding venue, so I was like this is the one we are getting.”

Alex and Olivia have  become Love Island’s power couple since appearing on show in 2016, regularly topping the list of the Love Islanders who have banked the most money from the show.

Last year Olivia  confessed she now earns an eye watering £50,000 on a good month.

That is compared to taking home £1,500 a month when she worked as a sales executive and lived in a council flat prior to signing up for the show.

The series two couple were the first Islanders to marry, with a ceremony last September that netted them a £25,000 magazine deal.

Since then, they have carved out careers as mega influencers and fronted a string of big-money campaigns.

Earlier this year the couple launched their property empire as they set up The Bowen Homes Ltd and invested £100,000 in a three-bed property in Wolverhampton.




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