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Love Island stars Charlie Brake and Alexandra Cane are heading to Maidstone - with two more mystery guests

By Luke May

Love Island's richest ever contestant is gearing up for a night out in Maidstone this weekend.

Charlie Brake will be meeting fans at The Gallery on Saturday night alongside Alexandra Cane.

Organisers behind the Love Island takeover are promising at least two more mystery guests from the hit show, which was won by Swanley's Jack Fincham and his girlfriend, Danni Dyer last month.

Charlie Brake is starring on Love Island. Credit: ITV (2842834)
Charlie Brake is starring on Love Island. Credit: ITV (2842834)

Around 3.6million viewers tuned in to watch the ITV2 reality show's final, which sees contestants couple up in a bid to win £50,000.

Entering the show late this year, Charlie Brake is still going strong with his partner, Ellie Brown.

He is also the grandson of Frank Brake, who along with his two brothers, set up food distribution company Brakes, based in Ashford.

The company, which was founded in 1958, was sold for £2.3billlion in 2016, putting Charlie in line for a fortune.

Based in Bank Street, Gallery was relaunched last September after a takeover from Trevor Modell.

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