Love Island’s Liberty Poole lands HUGE six figure deal with In The Style
27th September 2021

LOVE Island’s Liberty Poole has landed a huge six figure deal with In The Style.

The 21-year-old, who has been tipped to be one of the most successful Islanders from this series, is the latest celebrity to work with the huge fashion brand.

An insider said: “Liberty is everything In The Style stands for – she is true to herself and has empowered so many girls this summer.

“It’s a big money deal and they are so excited to have her onboard. Liberty has had so many offers, but she loves In The Style.

“She is set to be a huge star and this is just the first step on her journey since leaving the show.”

Experts have predicted the former waitress will eclipse the earning potential of winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon.

Finding self love

Liberty was previously coupled up with Jake Cornish, 24, in the villa.

But in an emotional turnaround the blonde Brummie tearfully called time on their relationship just three days before the final.

This resulted in the pair making the decision to leave the show – saying goodbye to the £50,000 prize money.

Liberty's proclamation she found "self love" while in the ITV2 matchmaking series has been widely praised – with her premature departure hinting the prize money wasn't the most important thing to her and she has been “living her best life” ever since. 

Despite her walkout, PR expert Mark Borkowski reckons it hasn't affected her money-making potential one bit.

As well as the clothes deal the straight-talking beauty has already been offered a book deal.

Mark told the Mirror: "Liberty’s timing and tactics have chimed with a post-Covid world.

"She will be a multi-millionaire."

Meanwhile data analysts over at say the former Nandos worker will have the power to command the most money for Instagram posts out of all the Islanders.

They calculate that based on her number of followers and their engagement on the social media that her estimated rate will be £5,517.88.

Liberty's rep declined to comment.

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