Priya Gobaldas donated her Love Island check to NHS Charities Together after leaving the villa
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Love Island legend Priya Gobaldas donates her salary love island to the NHS.
The 23-year-old medical student enjoyed some time at the villa and met Brett Staniland earlier this month, before Millie and William were crowned winners on Monday.
Priya revealed exactly how much she earned during her time on the dating show, before confirming that she had also donated it to NHS Charities Together.
After sharing a screenshot as proof of her generous donation, Priya told followers that the £750 paycheck she got from the show had been given in full to charities.
“Love Island payment check in use,” she wrote with a little of her bank balance.
It’s one of the rare times the Love Islander has revealed how much they got while on the show.
According to The Sun, contestants earn around £250 for each week they appear on viewers’ screens.
The money given to them has been reported to help cover bills, rent and overhead costs back home where they spend time in the villa.
Priya and Brett were eliminated just a week before the Grand Final.
It didn’t come as a shock to fans, since they hadn’t been together or even on the show for very long at all, and were awkward during a dinner date.
Priya may have sealed her fate on the show after admitting to others in the previous episode that she wasn’t on Brit, with public voting opening after that episode.
After she left the villa, Priya took her Instagram He thanked fans for their support.
“Absolutely overwhelmed and so grateful for all the positive support I received after such a short time at @loveisland, thank you, all your kind messages definitely don’t go unnoticed,” she wrote.
“Spend the next week enjoying the sunshine here in Mallorca and I will answer some questions about my villa experience in my story this evening”
Priya had to spend a week in quarantine with Brett before returning to her home in the UK.
Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish are believed to have experienced a similar situation before returning home with their families as well.
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