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07th Jan 2020

All of the Love Island couples that are still together

The new series is just a few days away.

There’s no denying it: Love Island has taken over our lives for the last few summers.

And with the reality TV show set to debut its first winter series next week, we are expecting the same thing to happen.

But before we ready ourselves for countless conversations about recoupling, getting mugged off, and not putting all of your eggs in one basket, let’s take a look at which of the couples stayed together once the show came to an end.

 Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland


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After a bit of a difficult start that saw her struggling to make a connection with anyone in the house, things changed for Olivia when Alex walked in.

Things seemed to hit a bit of a difficult spot after Alex spent the night in the hideaway with fellow housemate, Zara Holland, but he and Liv managed to make it through it.

Following their stint in the Love Island villa, the pair got engaged, moved in together (and later bought a house), and even got a dog.

And the Love Island 2016 couple became the first pair from the show to say ‘I do’ when they wed in September 2018.

Dom Lever and Jess Shears


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They were the first couple to be split up in the Love Island 2017 villa after Jess was dumped from the island early on.

And while Dom initially stayed for awhile, he left following the villa’s Casa Amor twist. The couple were reunited on the outside and, since then, have gone from strength to strength.

They got married during a romantic ceremony in Greece in October 2018 and, the following year, revealed they were expecting their first child together.

They welcomed their baby boy late last year.

Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow


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Basically all of the Love Island viewers were delighted in 2017 when Jamie entered the villa and immediately won over Camilla.

And once they did get together, they made it all the way to the final three couples – before ultimately loosing out on the top spot to Kem and Amber.

The couple are still together now, and regularly update their social media profiles with super-sweet selfies.

They also use their platforms to promote charitable causes.

Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde


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The eventual winners of Love Island 2016 were together from the very first day – and, to be honest, probably our favourite pair.

And while the path to true love didn’t quite run smooth for them, Cara and Nathan ended up falling head over heels for each other – and their relationship continued after  leaving the villa.

The pair went through a brief split, only to reconcile before the brith of their son Freddie-George.

Nathan later popped the question during a holiday back to the Love Island villa, with the couple saying ‘I do’ last summer.

Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins


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Curtis and Maura sent shockwaves through the villa when they got together a little more than halfway through Love Island 2019.

And despite a bit of a topsy-turvy start, the couple proved they were stronger than ever – and went on to finish fourth overall.

The pair took things slowly after leaving the villa, confirming that they had made their relationship ‘official’ in October.

And while they both have admitted that their busy schedules don’t always mean they get loads of time together, they seem to be more loved up than ever.

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague


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Tommy and Molly-Mae coupled up in the second week of Love Island 2019 and, despite a few (very brief) hiccups, grew very close, very quick.

They declared their love for each other halfway through the series n- and who can forget the moment Tommy asked her to be his girlfriend?

Since they left the villa, the couple have proven that they’re stronger than ever. They have moved in together in Manchester – and Tommy’s even admitted he’s got a plan on how he wants to propose to Molly-Mae.




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