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Amber Gill slams Greg O’Shea for not apologising after he ‘dumped her over text’

"He hasn't reached out and he hasn't said sorry..."


Amber Gill has slammed Greg O’Shea for not apologising to her, after he allegedly dumped her over text.

Their relationship came to an end just five weeks after they won Love Island together, and their split definitely wasn’t amicable.

Speaking to The Sun weeks after their break up, Amber revealed: “He hasn’t reached out and he hasn’t said sorry.”

“Nothing has been said, but I’m not waiting. He can crack on with what he wants to do, I’m not waiting for nothing!”

When asked how she really feels about the split, she said: “It’s been and gone now. I’ve forgotten about it and moved on.”

“An apology would have been nice at the time, but I didn’t get one. It’s fine, it doesn’t matter. I don’t think I’ll ever get one. I won’t hold out for that.”

When asked about her love life now, the Geordie beauty said: “I’m not dating anyone currently and I have no plans to just yet. I did two months of that, I don’t need to do any more.”

“The Love Island experience hasn’t put me off, I just don’t want to be worrying about dating someone. I’ve got better things to be concentrating on.”


“It clearly didn’t work out for me so I’m just going to leave it for now and come back to it later,” she joked.

Amber seems to be doing just fine without Greg anyway, as she signed an incredible one million pound deal with clothing brand Miss Pap when she came out of the villa.

Speaking about her new wealth, Amber said: “I’m trying to be sensible because it’s easy to think that you’re going to go crazy and get everything.”

“I got a few nice bags and nice pair of shoes, but I’m just being careful. I treat myself when I’ve done something good, but I’d be treating myself every day if I didn’t put some kind of measure in.”

“I’m looking at renting an apartment in London,” she said. “I don’t think I’m going to be in one solid place enough to buy a house so I think it would be stupid to buy it for myself.”

“I want to be in London but I don’t think I’m going to be here forever. I would invest in property and rent it out, but not to settle in one place.”