Eden Dally is charging fans $49 for personalised videos following stint on SAS Australia

Cashing in! Eden Dally is charging fans $49 for personalised videos following his stint on SAS Australia

He first rose to fame on Love Island, and starred on last year’s season of SAS Australia.

And now it seems Eden Dally, 27, has turned to video-sharing service Memmo as a way to monetise his reality TV stardom.

Memmo is a UK based website similar to Cameo that allows celebrities to send personalised video messages to fans for a fee.

Cashing in! Australian reality star Eden Dally, 27, (pictured) is charging fans a whopping $49 for personalised videos following his stint on SAS Australia last year

The reality TV hunk charges fans a whopping $49AUD (£27) for a video message.

He is also offering to record marketing videos for brands for a hefty $922.

Eden appears to have jacked up his price following his appearance on SAS Australia, previously charging fans $20 for a Cameo video.

Making the most of it! Eden appears to have jacked up his price following his appearance on SAS Australia, previously charging fans $20 for a Cameo video

Making the most of it! Eden appears to have jacked up his price following his appearance on SAS Australia, previously charging fans $20 for a Cameo video 

Australian celebrities who have joined the bandwagon include Married At First Sight’s Cyrell Paule, who charges $60, Bryce Ruthven who charges $30, and Billy Vincent who charges $30.

A video from former Bachelor-turned-actor Tim Robards costs $45, while a message from influencer Alli Simpson fetches $70.

More high profile stars can charge much more, such as Caitlyn Jenner who asks for a whopping $2500 per clip. 

Reasonable price: A video from former Bachelor turned actor Tim Robards charges $45

Reasonable price: A video from former Bachelor turned actor Tim Robards charges $45

Getting pricey: A message from influencer Alli Simpson fetches $70

Getting pricey: A message from influencer Alli Simpson fetches $70

This comes after Eden’s partner Cyrell, 32, shared her sympathy for the people sitting in the row in front of them at the movies after Eden removed his shoes.

‘Feel sorry for the people in front oh @dallyeden,’ she captioned a video of her man wriggling his toes over the headrest of the seat in front. 

In a later post, the mother-of-one rode on Eden’s back after they left the cinema.  

Lovers: Cyrell (pictured) and boyfriend Eden seem completely at ease in each other's presence, based on an amusing video shared to Instagram recently Eww: In it, the 32-year-old reality TV star expressed sympathy for people in the row in front of them at the movies when Eden removed his shoes

Lovers: Cyrell (pictured) and boyfriend Eden seem completely at ease in each other’s presence, based on an amusing Instagram Story shared to Cyrell’s account earlier this month

Family: Cyrell and Eden welcomed Boston, their first child together, in February last year

Family: Cyrell and Eden welcomed Boston, their first child together, in February last year