Love Island’s Rosie Williams may not have found the man of her dreams in the ITV2 villa, but since leaving she has been swept off her feet by a wealthy businessman, reports claim.
According to The Sun, the mystery man is so keen to woo Rosie that he’s even charted a private jet to fly her and her friends to Monte Carlo.
An insider told the publication: “Rosie and her mates are being flown to Monte Carlo by a wealthy businessman who thinks Rosie is the best thing since sliced bread.
“He’s known her for years and has followed her time on Love Island. He’s invited Rosie and her friends to join him to see the best Mote Carlo has to offer.
“There’s a big private event on and he’d love them to be his guests of honour. He’s a lovely guy and Rosie thinks he’s brilliant – it’s going to be an amazing trip.”
The source added that Rosie already has commitments in Dublin when he invited her out, so to get around the problem he has chartered a private jet to take her and her friends to Nice, and then on to Monte Carlo.
Eyal snaps himself with Zara in the airport as they touch down in London after being dumped from the villa [Instagram/Eyal Booker]
“The girls feel so lucky, they literally cannot wait!” they continued.
OK! Online have contacted representatives of Rosie for comment.
Rosie left the famous Mallorca villa following heartbreak after Adam moved on with new girl, Zara McDermott, leaving her with nobody to couple up with.
However, it didn’t take Adam long to do the same to Zara, as she left the house after a shock recoupling and then just two days later he told new girl Darylle Sargeant he was keen to get to know her better.
Reacting after watching Friday night’s shocking show, which showed a flirty conversation between the pair, Zara shared a cryptic tweet on social media.
Taking to Twitter, she wrote: “Everyone tune into Aftersun on Sunday to watch my reaction to tonight’s episode…”
However, it was the emojis that accompanied her post which gave the game away, as she posted a quizzical face, a shellshocked looking frog icon and a coffee, which likely linked back to the saying “wake up and smell the coffee”.