Love Island winner Greg O’Shea has landed a job as a paralegal at a law firm in Dublin.
The 24-year-old has joined corporate law firm A&L Goodbody in North Wall, according to the Irish Daily Star.
The news comes just three weeks after he won the popular ITV2 series with Newcastle native Amber Gill – who will jet over to Ireland to see him this weekend.
After leaving the Love Island villa, Greg confirmed his plans to return to life as a rugby player and law student – despite his new found fame.
He said: “Rugby is my first love and I also want to qualify as a solicitor. If I dropped that now, it would be a waste.”
Greg, who plays for the Limerick Rugby Sevens, studied law at the University of Limerick, and is planning on sitting his FE1s in October.
During a recent interview, Greg said: “The plan is to become a solicitor once I retire. That’s the big plan, but I’ll do it in little steps.”
“I have exams booked for October, the FE1s, so the plan is to still go for them. I’m not going to forget about my life just because I won Love Island.”
“I have been offered a couple of TV shows but I want to get home, home to Ireland and back into my rugby. I miss it. This is my true love.”
After spending some time in Limerick recently, Greg revealed he’s moving back up to Dublin, but not before he picked up a Range Rover from a local garage.