Meet the mega rich Love Island villa owner who has royal connections
We're all familiar with the Love Island villa with its iconic fire pit and famed infinity pool, however few people have heard of the multi-millionaire owner.
With a villa that massive, it comes as no surprise that the owner is absolutely minted – but what else is known of the mega-rich landlord?
It can now be revealed that the house belongs to a German businessman who's wife is a blue-blooded relative of the Queen.
Nikolaus Broschek, 77, married his royal wife Princess Ingeborg Schleswig-Holstein in May 1991 in the German city of Hamburg.
Nine years later he bought the peaceful Love Island villa in one of the most secluded parts of Majorca, with no knowledge that it would one day become so famous.
Who owns the Love Island villa?
The posh polo-loving couple have one son called Alexis who is 25 and studied at London School of Economics.
Glamorous princess Ingeborg, 63, worked as Andy Warhol’s assistant in the eighties.
She was photographed alongside the famous artist for a print which went on to make thousands of pounds.
The princess works as an artist in her own right now, whilst her brothers are reigning monarchs in Denmark and Norway.
Mr Broschek – full name Kurt Nikolaus Albert Broschek – is listed as the sole director of Casas Rusticas e Historicas de Mallorca – the Palma-based company which owns the Love Island villa and began operating nearly two decades ago.
The multimillionaire businessman is also the director of another Spanish company, keeping his fingers in lots of financial pies.
Where is Love Island filmed?
Every year, the ITV crew descend on the remote village of Sant Llorenc, des Cardassar on the eastern edge of Majorca.
The privacy is perfect for filming, and both Casa Amor and the main villa are hidden away from the prying public.
Casa Amor – the smaller holiday home that features every year – is just a short walk from the main house. It was recently put up for £2.5 million and can be rented for £8500 a week.
For mega fans of the show – or simply those that fancy a luxurious time tanning – the Love Island house is also reportedly used as a holiday let. However the waiting list for the main house is said to be incredibly long.
For more incredible stories from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.
Source: Read Full Article