Brand new Love Island set to help worlds wealthiest singles find romance

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If you want to show off your tan and laze by the pool all day like the Love Island crew, then we don't blame you – we'd give anything to be doing that too.

And while we might have all missed the chance to get to the Majorca villa and couple up with Hugo Hammond or Jake Cornish this season, there's another Love Island-esque offer coming.

This one, however, has one (rather large) catch – it's only for millionaires. Oh, and two super lucky 'wild card' entries – so we're all in with a chance after all.

If you've ever fancied having your very own Love Island experience – albeit without the omnipresent TV crew –this could be it. An online marketplace is launching the world’s first 'Millionaire Love Island' and applications have just opened.

The exclusive dating retreat will provide a luxury holiday for 12 of society's elite singletons – flying them out via private jet to an even more private Caribbean Island.

The lucky group will get to live it up on a two-week-long all-inclusive and expenses-paid retreat, where they'll have a chance to find love.

Only people with seven-figure bank accounts can go, and proof of net worth, occupation and social life as well as references from ‘reputable’ figures are required for a spot on the island – which sounds harder than the show's audition process.

However, here's the exciting part, even if you haven't got a spare mill in the bank, the retreat – hosted by – is also giving two "average Joes" the chance to jet off.

Shortlisted hopefuls will be required to go through a series of interviews analysing their personalities before they are formally invited to take part.

While there will be no cash prize at the end of the retreat – it's doubtful the cast members need it – successful couples will be awarded full use of the brand's concierge service. A butler to run your bath and cater to your every whim? Yes please.


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Lucky couples will also be gifted a selection of mystery products to help them start their lives together.

Applications for the Millionaire Love Island close on the 2 August with the hopes of the interview stages starting at the end of summer and the event taking place later this year (if travel restrictions allow, naturally).

"We are never shy of a challenge, therefore we thought why not launch our own version of the experience so they can find love in the same way but with people of similar backgrounds and of course whilst keeping up their opulent lifestyles," Aaron Harpin, founder of, told OK!.

"Despite this we are not all as lucky as our customers and do want to open the experience to a couple of people who would not normally get the chance to experience this level of luxury.

"We are really excited to launch the retreat as who wouldn’t want an all-expenses-paid, two-week holiday on a private island with the chance of finding the love of your life."

If this something you'd like to crack on with, find more details here.

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