Limerick man Greg O’Shea and his partner Amber Gill, from Newcastle, have been crowned the winners of Love Island 2019. Video: Virgin Media It was a season when the Irish punched above their weight and captured the hearts of the British public. Yes, Love Island may be over for another summer, but Greg O’Shea, who was half of the winning couple, and Maura Higgins, who also made the final, leave the reality show as household names. So what lies in store for the pair? The world is their oyster, according to Carrie Rose of Rise at Seven, a digital-marketing agency.“Each islander has their own agent already managing all brand partnerships, carefully selecting the most profitable opportunities whilst also declining any brands which could be potentially damaging to her reputation,” she says. “They already have the power of being able to select and decline whatever offers they want.” First on the agenda for both islanders is the nightclub circuit, from which Love Island alumni can make serious coin. Wes Nelson, one of last year’s finalists, reportedly pocketed at least £300,000, or €325,000, from a 56-date tour. Although Greg’s people have yet to formally announce any dates, a qui...