Love Island’s Georgia Steel needs a man who will ‘accept’ racy career choice

Love Island 's Georgia Steel has opened up about her love life post-show.

The reality TV beauty, 24, starred in series four of the ITV dating show and chatted exclusively about her time on the show and what she's been up to since to the Daily Star during a Facebook Live chat.

Talking about her dating life since coming out of the villa, Georgia said: "Everyone always thinks you've got so many boys to pick from but I honestly think dating is harder now I'm in the public eye.

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"It's a completely different thing to what I experienced prior, I've had to adapt to it, now I have to think about if they're genuine and think about whether they like you for you or they've already got a stereotype about you or watched you on TV.

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She continued: "I feel like I would have to have someone who understands what I do, I do a lot of lingerie modelling and stuff so I would have to type of person who understands and respects that going forward in the dating world.

"But I am really enjoying my life at the minute, just focusing on my career, and I've got my house and I love my own company so it would have to take someone super special now to be in a relationship."

She also issued advice to the Islanders when they get out of the villa next week.

Georgia explained: "You go in there without people having an opinion about your life and then you come out and they people have an opinion on your life.

"That's definitely a big transition and massive learning curve and really makes you grow as a person but the only thing I would change and I would advise is people coming is to go back to your family and to spend time at home.

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"I know that sounds crazy because you're gonna be pulled left, right and centre.

"But you're in there and you're so not grounded because it's like a bubble and I felt like it is important to get your feet back on the ground and remember who you are before you take the next steps, personally that's what I wish I did."


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