Love Island’s Aaron Francis is banned from discussing his Royal ties on show

Hunky Aaron Francis is banned from talking about his brushes with royalty on Love Island.

The 24-year-old events host was hired by princesses Eugenie and Beatrice to help stage their weddings.

But he had to agree not to blab about what went on.

Aaron told the Daily Star Sunday: "My role comes with a responsibility to not speak about everything that happens.

"It’s just something that comes with the job.

"They don’t even make you sign non-disclosure agreements sometimes… it just comes with the job and it comes with the responsibility of being in the company of certain people.

"So they know I won’t speak about anything or anything that happens at these events or who was there. I won’t speak about it on the show."

Aaron isn’t even allowed to reveal which royals he met at the weddings.

But admitting he loved the experience, he said: "Both weddings were good.

"The first one was a massive wedding and the second one was during the pandemic, so it was a much smaller event.

"They were nice. Even though we think of celebrities as kind of not real, they are just normal people.

"It’s just that they are known by a lot of people or they’ve got a certain amount of wealth."

The party planner previously addressed brushing shoulders with the stars through his job, admitting it would be hard to leave him starstruck.

"I hosted and chatted," he said, referring to the royal weddings. "It was nice and intimate. Everyone’s chill.

"In my job you meet a lot of famous people… unless you’re Beyonce, I’m not really interested."

Passionate about his career, he’s looking for a girlfriend who can match his drive and ambition.

“I need someone that is passionate about what they are doing – from scientist to anything – you can tell when someone is speaking about something and they are actually smiling while they are talking," he said.

“I love that. I don’t like when people are doing a job just to make money and then they kind of just live for the weekend. Especially because I work on the weekends."

Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 28th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub.

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