OnlyFans couple used £14,000 earned from app to sustain lifestyle on Zante

A young couple managed to live the high life on the exclusive Greek party island of Zante for a whole summer period by OnlyFans work.

Featuring on Channel 4's Party Island, young lovers Harry and Becca opened up their lives to the world giving viewers a guided door of the sex toy cluttered flat and their favourite places to shoot racy content.

Harry, who has worked as a rep on the island for many seasons, invited Becca to come out with him in the summer of 2021.

Becca, who had started doing OnlyFans work a year previously, agreed and flew out to join him.

Quickly they became a couple and now Harry serves as her 24/7 cameraman as well as her boyfriend.

If you're good at what you do, posting saucy material on OnlyFans can be lucrative.

Speaking to Channel 4, Becca says she earned a staggering £14,000 on her first month on the site which has given her the freedom to enjoy the island.

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As you might expect, she puts real effort and dedication into the racy snaps she posts online.

Becca said: "If a guy is paying £60 for a photo you have to make it good.

"If you sell sh*t content, you won't get return customers."

The camera's followed the pair to their cosy flat where they produce some of their more extreme content.

Sex toys and harnesses littered the floor and were scattered under the bed with the couple readily admitting they find it hard to keep track of all their gadgets.

When asked how her and Harry's relationship coped with her adult work, Becca was refreshingly open.

She said: "To live with someone it can be quite difficult doing what I do. I just have to be honest with Harry about the messages I receive.

"We have an open honesty with each other, a friendship and a relationship."

And what does Harry think? Well as it turns out, he doesn't mind at all.

He explained: "If you can get through a relationship in Zante, you can get through it anywhere.

"We want to make a life for ourselves and if this is the way we have to do it, this is the way we have to do it.

"I don't mind, it's just work."

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