Where is Love Island's Amber Gill from? Ethnicity, parents, age and more!

It’s official! Love Island is back for 2019.

The drama is rising in the villa as couples pair up and get pied off. One contestant on the 2019 show that isn’t afraid of saying how she feels is Amber.

So, where is Amber Gill from? Here’s everything you need to know…

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Pictured: Amber Gill.

Amber Gill: Ethnicity

If you couldn’t tell from her Cheryl Tweedy-style accent already, Amber hails from the north of England.

The brunette beauty comes from Gateshead, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Amber is a Geordie lass and is even friends with some people from Geordie Shore!

Nothing is known about where her mum is from, but her father is from Trinidad & Tobago, a dual-island nation in the Caribbean. In episode 7 (Monday, June 10th) she said she also has some Chinese and Spanish heritage.

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How old is Amber Gill?

Amber is 21 years old.

It’s unknown exactly when Amber celebrates her birthday but she was born in 1998.

From her Instagram, Amber could certainly pass for older than 21 as she’s often rocking sophisticated outfits and jet-setting around the globe.

Amber Gill: Instagram

Beauty therapist Amber is on both Twitter and Instagram

She has over 73,000 followers on Instagram and you can follow her – @amberrosegill.

She’s followed by fellow Geordie Sophie Kasaei and ex-Love Islander Zara McDermott!

Amber also has over 1,000 followers on Twitter – @AmberRoseGill.

Amber’s attitude on Love Island series 5

On episode 1 of Love Island Amber stepped forward for Aircraft engineer Callum.

Callum was supposedly ‘the gentleman’ of the 2019 group of lads but he later got booted out in episode 5.

Amber’s attitude has got her a fair share of stick on Twitter.

Being paired with nice-guy Callum wasn’t the best idea as she pretty much spent day one and two in the villa dissing the poor man.

Amber prides herself on being a ‘straight talker’ and seems to think being completely blunt is the best way to be.



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