LOVE Island star Jay Younger has returned to his normal job and shared a selfie at the desk while telling fans it was his first week back.
The Scottish hunk was a bombshell on this year’s series but failed to find love while in the villa.
The 28-year-old has since told fans that he’d be returning to his day job as an investment analyst, less than a month after he entered the villa.
Clearly enjoying being back to work, the star grinned for the selfie and sat in front of a computer screen, while asking fans to ask him questions about investing.
Jay sported a pink shirt for the selfie following a fun few days spent with his fellow Islanders at We Are FSTVL.
Jay previously explained why he wanted to head back to his job, and said: “I don’t think my life will change that much to be honest.
“I’m going back to work on Monday and sure there’s some commercial opportunities out there in the short term, but I think longer term I’ll be back at work doing my thing and back to my day job.”
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He continued by telling The Mirror that his colleagues are “happy” he is doing alright after appearing on the show and “coming out unscathed.”
He said: “Hopefully I can start working hard and producing good work for them and then they’ll judge me on that!”
The reality star had two months of unpaid annual leave given to him to go on the hit show, and said his work were “so cool” with him appearing on Love Island.
Since leaving the villa, hunky Jay has made appearances at events and also popped up on This Morning in bargain Burtons shorts.
Jay isn’t the only star to return to his day job since leaving the villa, with bombshell Adam Collard also returning to work after his stint in the villa.
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Adam is a personal trainer, and he showed his legion of fans a video of himself working out and training people in the gym.
“Riding that wave but the mission remains the same… I love this game for the physical, the mental and helping so many people along the way,” he shared.
Adam finished his caption off by writing: “Let’s get better together.”