It’s almost time to hear some bikini-clad influencers scream ‘I’ve got a text’ again, that’s right Love Island is coming back so it’s time to look at the couples still loved-up.
ITV has finally announced the OG reality dating show is returning to our screens on June 6 and we are so ready to see who will be grafting to find their soulmate.
Previous seasons have led to some of the hottest and fiercest TV moments of all time – they’ve also led to some of the most adorable couples who are still together today.
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury
Before one was a business mogul and the other a boxing champ the couple were the runners up of the 2019 season of the show. This power couple has been through it all since Tommy did his ‘560 degree’ head turn when he first spotted the influencer. The pair are very much happy together, live together and have even spoken openly about wanting to get married and start a family.
Paige Turley and Finley Tapp
Paige and Finley hooked up on the Winter Love Island in 2020, pre-pandemic, and became an official couple on the show after Finn read out romantic messages from his phone. After being crowned the winners of the show and leaving the island, the pair kept it pretty low profile but spoke publicly about moving in together. This year they celebrated two years together.
Millie Court and Liam Reardon
Millie and Liam were inseparable from the onset when they got together in the villa in 2021. That was until the messy moments in Casa Amor that led to the couple briefly splitting, before getting back together and actually going on to win the show. Since then they are very much together still as they’ve even bought a house together in Essex.
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Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran
What a trial and tribulation it was for Chloe and Toby to finally get together. First Toby likes Chloe, then he liked Abi, then he liked Mary after Casa Amor, all before heading back to the villa to reveal he actually really liked Chloe. After winning her back the pair left the villa and are still seemingly loved-up – especially after Chloe took to TikTok to confirm they definitely are still together.
Faye Winter and Teddy Soares
Faye and Teddy were another couple who went through quite the rollercoaster of emotions during the 2021 season of the show. Although they went through plenty of drama they came third on the show and are now not just living together but even said they were looking at adopting a dog.
Molly Smith and Callum Jones
The Manchester-born pair coupled up after meeting during Casa Amor and, although they didn’t make it to the finals of the 2020 Winter edition of the show, they are still happily coupled up and living together in Manchester. The pair posted various snaps of them locked down together during the pandemic and have seemingly stayed strong since.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
After a whole host of tragic dates and a long 31 days in the villa in walked Jamie and everything changed for Camilla. The pair didn’t win, but were fan favourites and were runner-ups in 2017. Since then the pair really are still loved-up and not only moved in together in 2019, but also welcomed their daughter in October 2020, got married in September 2021, and are now pregnant with their second child, due in June.
Jess Shears and Dom Lever
Although this couple didn’t make it until the end of the show that didn’t break them and they’re still going strong. The 2017 couple went on to have a fake wedding on GMB after getting engaged that same year and had their real wedding in October 2018. In 2019 they welcomed their first child and this year they confirmed their second child is due in June.
Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen
Olivia and Alex stormed the 2016 season of Love Island and came in second place. Since leaving the show the pair have not only got married in 2018, but recently announced they’re expecting their first baby.
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey
Cara and Nathan didn’t just ‘do well’ on the 2016 season of the show, they only went and won the thing. The pair not only won, but are a true testament to the show ‘working’ as they’re still together, married, and have two children.