Love Island 's Lord-to-be Ollie Williams may want to rethink his brags.
It turns out that the landowner isn't actually set to inherit the house he's been bragging about.
The 23-year-old proudly announced in his introductory VT that he'll become a Lord when his father passes away.
But his inheritance might not be as grand as he thinks it'll be.
Ollie is the eldest son of Viscount Clifden, the Lord of the Manor of the Lanhydrock Estate, in Cornwall, meaning that he is the heir to his estate.
However, that estate doesn't actually include the family home Lanhydrock House, as it was handed over to the National Trust more than 60 years ago.
A spokesperson for the National Trust told Radio Times : "It’s great to hear that he would love to inherit Lanhydrock House. But we have some bad news for him; he won’t 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."
In his VT, Ollie bragged about living next door to royalty.
He said: "When my dad dies, I’m going to be a Lord! My next door neighbours are Prince Charles and Camilla.
"I definitely would describe myself as wealthy, but I don’t like to brag about it."
On last night's opening episode, Ollie chose to couple up with Scottish babe Paige, who is the ex-girlfriend of singer Lewis Capaldi.
Ollie was left a little wounded when none of the girls stepped forward to announce that they fancied him.
He chose to couple up with Paige, and was dealt another blow when she then stepped forward to declare her interest in Connor.
He joked that their relationship hadn't got off to the best start.
Sophie also stepped forward for Connor, and he chose to couple up with her.
Right at the end of the episode, twins Eve and Jess were sent into the villa and given 24 hours to choose which boys they want to couple up with.
Their decision will leave two girls single and vulnerable.
* Love Island airs daily at 9pm on ITV2
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