Life is a million times better outside of Love Island – I prefer hanging out with Will’s friends, says Jessie Wynter | The Sun

LOVE Island's Jessie Wynter has admitted life is 'a million times better' since leaving the villa with boyfriend Will Young.

The couple narrowly missed out on a place in the final after their co-stars voted them the least compatible couple.

They are now living together at Will's family's Buckinghamshire farm where Jessie, 26, will remain until she heads back home to Australia at the end of May.

Her time in the villa had been a dream until a fiery clash with Will's pal Casey O'Gorman over his treatment of bombshell Claudia Fogarty.

The row divided the villa and led to accusations from viewers that Jessie was bullied in the aftermath.

In an exclusive interview, Jessie said of life after the show: "It has been a million times better since we left the villa. We are so much happier. The villa was a very stressful environment.


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"Inside the villa, Will and I were best best friends in there and we were always together, so we were pretty strong straight from the start because we had that friendship bond already.

"Now we're out of the villa, it's so much better. No one's coming at you for no reason, no more questioning who's genuine and bringing up things that happened in Casa. It's really nice for him and I to go through things on our own."

She would be forgiven for feeling hard done by on Love Island, but Jessie has no interest holding grudges.

But she also isn't going to make an effort staying in touch with people she feels targeted her unnecessarily.

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She said: "I think holding grudges just brings yourself down, so I would not do that. However, I am mindful of who I'm going out of my way to see. I feel I was quite disheartened by the situation and I would rather invest my time and spend time with Will's friends and family who genuinely care for him and myself the whole time.

"Why would I go out of my way to not hang out with people who really love us, instead of people who have talked badly behind my back?

"I would speak to everyone at events. There's no one I would avoid, but making plans with them and hanging out with them, I'm probably not going to be doing that just because Will and I have come out of the villa and are focusing on our lives."

Despite this, Jessie says she "adores" Tom Clare and is even on "good terms" with Casey. The two lads were part of the "three musketeers" in the villa, along with Will, and have been inseparable back in the UK.

Will has seen them sparingly since coming home, but he has been spending more time with the friends he had before the show.

Meanwhile, Jessie has also been critical of the way she and Will were dumped from the show branding it a "cop out".

She explained: "I do not think our fellow islanders felt that way at all. The whole time through the season everyone was saying how suited we are together, how perfect we are, how happy they are for us.

"In the villa, everyone applauded our relationship so when they decided to say we weren't compatible, I think they knew we were very happy. I think it also was a bit of a cop out because they could always use the excuse of Jessie's from Australia. I personally think it's the opposite because if you're going to move country for someone, you're probably going to spend more time with them instead of a three hour commute between London and Manchester or what not.

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"They knew we were compatible. It is sad it happened the way it did. I know how much the other islanders wanted to make the final. I know it meant a lot to them. Even though I went on Love Island Australia, I haven't watched Love Island, I don't watch much TV. The other people in the villa are Love Island fans so for them to go to the final ism massive for them.

"We're not going to take offence to it, we know we're genuine. It's been nicer since we got out not having all these people throwing things at you."

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