There have been a lot of Love Island breakups lately.
First, Megan Barton-Hanson announced that it was with “hearts full of sadness” that she confirmed her split from Wes Nelson.
Then, Kaz Crossley and Josh Denzel revealed they had broken up, saying that things “didn’t go as planned.”
And Zara McDermott confirmed on Instagram stories that she and Adam Collard had split, after the pair were said to be “on the rocks.”
The recent spate of separations led fans to become convinced that the couples had all signed six-month contracts to stay together post-show.
However, Eyal Booker has now set the record straight about the conspiracy theory, admitting he doesn’t think the couples were contracted to stay together post-villa life.
He also said he reckons everyone went into the villa with “honest and genuine” intentions.
He told The Sun:
“I don’t believe that, honestly.
“Obviously the villa is a really intense environment, where that is all you know, then you come to the outside world with real life outside pressures.
“And maybe sometimes you’re not as strong as you think you are…
“But I think everyone’s intentions were honest and genuine and like any relationship some go the distance and some don’t.”
He also addressed possibly reuniting with Megan, who he was briefly coupled up with in the villa, following her split from Wes last month.
“No, I wouldn’t go back there. Let’s leave that one there,” he bluntly replied.