Love Islands Ollie WONT inherit posh mansion as National Trust say his great-great grandfather gave them house in 1953


LOVE Island’s Ollie Williams might be boasting of his impending country estate and Lord status – yet the former is a no-go, according to the National Trust.

The independent charity has pour cold water on his boasts of inheriting Lanhydrock House, in Cornwall, when his father Viscount Clifton passes.

Love Island’s Ollie Williams won’t inherit his posh Cornwall estate – contrary to his claims

Ollie, 23, told fans in his VT: “When my dad dies, Im going to be a Lord!

“My next door neighbours are Prince Charles and Camilla.

“I definitely would describe myself as wealthy, but I dont like to brag about it.”

The female Love Island stars looking for lasting romance on the matchmaking show will be unaware of his fortune but, equally, Ollie may be clueless as to the fact the huge home may not be his.

The 23 year old has a 15million fortune – but this will not include the Lanhydrock House
Charity the National Trust have clarified that they in fact own the property

In a statement to Radio Times, a National Trust spokesperson said: “Its great to hear that he would love to inherit Lanhydrock House.

“But we have some bad news for him; he wont be!

“In the distant past, his great-great-uncle chose to give Lanhydrock House and surrounding land to the National Trust in 1953, which is now enjoyed by 400,000 people every year.

“It is just one of 500 places owned and looked after by the National Trust for the nation to enjoy.”

Ollie told his villa VT he will be a Lord when his dad passes
He shares snaps of his lavish lifestyle on Instagram

Despite the potential blow, Ollie and his family are still worth a huge sum, as exclusively revealed by The Sun Online.

The accounts for The Lanhydrock Estate Company shows the family have assets of 15,803,925 in 2018, down from 16,350,545.

It is described as a business for buying and selling of real estate.

Ollie has used the property prowess to great effect already in the Cape Town villa and said he pulls women by flaunting his wealth.

Ollie’s female admirers in the villa will be no doubt clueless as to his wealth

Ollie said: “Best chat up line Ive ever used is, Do you know Polzeath beach in Cornwall? I own it.

“Thats it. Chat up line, done.”

The Sun Online has gone to the National Trust for further comment.


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