Love Island Wes Nelson says he was a millionaire by 21 and has no time for girls

Wes Nelson has boated that he became a millionaire by the age of 21 after appearing on Love Island.

The 22-year-old former nuclear engineer went on the ITV dating show when he was 20 in 2018 and famously bedded Megan Barton Hanson while in the villa.

He's since revealed that he became a millionaire by the age of 21 and has many famous friends including actor Idris Elba and boxing champ Anthony Joshua.

The star says its because he focuses on work rather than girls and that he "doesn't have time for them" despite having an army of fans who try daily to get his attention.

During a chat with The Sun on Sunday, Wes opened up on his dating life.

He said: "I’m not really focused on girls or anything right now. I just want to focus on my career.

"Girls and friends — they come and go and they understand that.

"All my friends understand that 'Wes is working his ar*e off, just give him a second'."

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He continued: "But everything else and stuff like girls? It doesn’t really bother me at the moment and I’m quite happy just working on my career.

"Obviously, if it was Rihanna, that would be mental. You never know . . . "

The star also revealed there is no hard feelings between him and his ex Megan who has returned to her glamour modelling roots on OnlyFans.

Wes went on to reveal he made a million by the age of 21, he said: "I was a millionaire at 21. That’s not showing off or anything."

He continued: "I think just by wise investments, understanding that this ­lifestyle doesn’t last forever, you’ve got to be able to invest and grow, grow what you have, I’ve done well.

"I buy a lot of clothes. That’s about it. I’m more of a garments guy.

"I like things that you can’t get. That’s what I like. I like rare clothes.

"But I haven’t changed. Circumstances have changed — the way that I live is different than it was before — but I haven’t changed. I’m still Wes from Stoke.

"The only thing that’s changed over this past two years is my confidence. And that can’t be taught."

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