Love Island’s Amber says Greg DID cruelly dump her by text even though she was desperate for their relationship to work

Love Island’s Amber says Greg DID cruelly dump her by text even though she was desperate for their relationship to work

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LOVE Island winner Amber Gill has revealed ex Greg O’Shea did dump her by text- despite wanting to make their relationship work.

The 22-year-old was left “disappointing” after the hunky Irishman called time on their short lived romance last week.

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Amber has revealed how Greg dumped her over text[/caption]

Opening up about their split for the first time on Loose Women, Amber revealed how the pair were set to appear on an Irish TV show together before Greg, 24, delivered the shock news over text.

She said: “From my point of view I still wanted to make it work.

“There was a call a few days prior just chatting- not specifically to do with that. But definitely on that day it was like a text.

“We were texting each other, but that’s why I had to cancel.”


Amber was forced to cancel a TV appearance following the split[/caption]

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She said: ‘From my point of view I still wanted to make it work’[/caption]

Greg opened up about their breakup on RTE One’s Late Late Show

Jane Moore asked: “Do you think he misinterpreted something you said or do you think you said something that was open to misinterpretation and he seized on that?”

Amber replied: “I think there was a bit of miscommunication, but if you don’t want to be someone, you don’t want to be with somebody.”

Greg appeared on RTE One’s Late Late Show in Dublin with former co-star Maura Higgins on September 6, where he spoke about his failed romance with Amber Gill.

He explained: “We’re mad about each other, what’s not to be mad about? She’s gorgeous, smart funny, she’s the Queen of Love Island for a reason but you need to be realistic about the situation.

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Amber spoke to the first time on Loose Women today[/caption]

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The Newcastle beauty insisted she wanted to make their relationship work[/caption]

“She lives in the UK, every brand wants to work with her, every event wants her there, of course she deserves all of it and I decided to come back to Ireland and do my thing here.”

He added: “So we’re kind of just being realistic about the situation and protecting our careers and that’s where we are at the moment.”

However, Amber has since revealed how the professional rugby player made little effort to come and see her.

Appearing alongside Christine Lampard, Carol McGriffen and Jane on the ITV show panel, she said: “Basically all I wanted was a bit of effort from him to come to London or Newcastle to come and see me.

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The pair split jsut five weeks after being crown Love Island winners[/caption]

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Greg hit it off with Amber shortly after his arrival in the famous villa[/caption]

“I was just like, ‘I’m going to have to give up if you don’t put the effort in.’ Then it was just like, ‘Ok’.”

Last week, The Sun exclusively revealed that Love Island winners Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea had split just five weeks after sharing the £50,000 prize.

A source said: “Greg has broken up with Amber and is blaming their busy schedules and now they want to focus on their careers.

“Amber feels used by Greg. He was always aware of the distance and his career in their relationship, and yet he chose to seek out Amber in the villa knowing there would always be the distance.

“He hasn’t made any effort to come to London to see Amber, despite it being over five weeks, it’s always Amber who had to make the effort.”

The pair got together in the last few weeks of Love Island after Amber was cruelly dumped by Michael Griffiths.

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