Super rich Love Island star who was rejected by Laura Woods responds after fellow Arsenal fan turned down dinner invite | The Sun

FORMER Love Island star Charlie Brake has taken his rejection from Laura Woods in good spirits.

Broadcaster and Arsenal fan Woods politely declined Brake's offer of a dinner date following the 3-1 win over West Ham.


After popular talkSPORT host Woods, 35, praised Gunners defender Ben White as "magic" on Twitter, Brake replied: "You're magic."

Woods politely thanked her fellow Arsenal supporter, before Brake, 27, attempted to woo her with an offer of dinner.

The former Sky Sports presenter let him down gently by saying: "I'm not hungry but thank you."

Now the super rich Brake has responded to his rejection, and appears to have taken it well.

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He wrote on Twitter: "If you don’t buy a ticket you don’t win the raffle."

Brake later joked: "Dinner anyone?", followed by a magic wand emoji.

Fans on social media had initially reacted hilariously to Brake's public rejection.

One joked: "You were refused a ticket!"

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While a second quipped: "Charlie the only thing getting cooked."

Another praised Woods by saying: "Fair play at least that was a gentle let down."

Although Brake, a socialite from London's swanky Chelsea, didn't seem too disappointed based on his follow up tweets.

The former Love Island star's grandfather is the founder of food distribution company Brakes.

They sold the company in 2002 to a US-based private equity firm for a whopping £434million.


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