Love Island’s Dr. Alex George has reportedly been offered a ‘six figure sum to front STI campaigns’ after leaving the villa.
Before heading back to his A&E role, Love Island’s Dr. Alex George is said to be joining forces with Public Health England to front healthcare campaigns for teenagers.
Alex has been approached to front a nationwide government STI campaign, The Sun reports, with a staggering six figure deal.
A source told the paper: “There is massive money in the medical business and many healthcare and pharmaceuticals firms want to work with him, as well as the authorities who are already planning this huge campaign,
“He proved on the show that he isn’t reckless in his approach to sex, and that’s a message Public Health England want him to promote to young people who might listen to him now he’s been on Love Island.”
The insider added: “STIs might not be the sexiest subject matter, but it’s a huge deal for him as well as being a worthwhile cause.”
The report mentioned that Alex had been contacted by medical firms and organisations with deals.