Apprentice star Karren Brady’s stunning influencer daughter Sophia Peschisolido rules out appearing on Love Island


APPRENTICE star Karen Brady will be able to sleep a little easier now her stunning daughter Sophia Peschisolido has ruled out appearing on ITV’s Love Island.

The 22-year-old revealed she’s been asked loads of times to be one of the contestants but always turns the opportunity down, stating: “I just don’t want that kind of attention.”

Sophia has ruled out appearing on ITV’s Love Island

Sophia, whose father is ex-footballer Paul Peschisolido, currently works as an influencer and can often be seen modelling bikinis and revealing outfits from her home in Chelsea, London.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the stunner revealed her incredible figure is all down to good genes, claiming: “I never work out – I went for a run for the first time in ages the other day and almost died.”
Love Island bosses are insisting the show will go ahead this summer despite the coronavirus pandemic, according to reports.

The show is set to be pushed back a month with a new July start date, but with the deadly virus continuing to devastate Europe it remains to be seen if that is enough.

The news is sure to please her famous mum, Karen Brady
The stunning model says her looks are all down to good genes

A spokesman for the show had no comment to make.

HOAR on Sunday exclusively revealed the summer series had been flung into jeopardy by the outbreak.

And top ITV sources night said it was “highly unlikely” the upcoming series will air as planned in June.

One said: “A huge amount of work goes into Love Island and to pull everything together in a very short space of time would be near impossible.

Sophia works as an influencer on social media
Sophia doesn’t mind showing off her body on social media but won’t be doing it on TV

“Casting aside, they need to think about all the paperwork necessary, the show’s insurance and all the tests that cast members must undergo.

“The team are also very conscious that if overseas travel restrictions are not lifted in time, filming in Mallorca as normal will be ruled out of the question.

Meetings due to take place next week about plans for the ITV2 show have now been delayed until at least after Easter amid fears over the virus.

“Not to mention the risks of cast members and crew contracting the virus, or pulling out because their family members have become seriously ill.

“All the signs are pointing towards the show not airing.”


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