Considering our 'love life' essentially consists of texts from Domino's and their Two for Tuesday deal (both for us, obviously) it's safe to say we live vicariously through the Love Island lot every summer.
They kind of assure us that we might one day find the one, y'know? Ideally on an all expenses paid, seven-week trip to Majorca.
Anyway, as the new series of the show is just weeks away, we thought we'd look back at the Love Island couples that have managed to keep the romance alive post-Palma and those that didn't quite make it.
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Millie Court and Liam Reardon: TOGETHER
Liam asked Millie to be his official girlfriend during the final of the 2021 series, just moments before they were crowned the series seven winners. After meeting each other's family, Millie and Liam moved in together in Essex in November 2021 and despite a few split rumours, they are still going strong.
Ahead of the new series, bosses are said to have made some changes to the applications process to enough a diverse range of singletons to apply following calls for the show to include wider representation of different body types, race and sexuality.
According to reports, those in charge of the ITV2 show are hoping to encourage applications from non-binary hopefuls – meaning those who do not identify as male or female.
The Sun claimed that the application form gives would-be contestants the option to specify their gender as male, female, non-binary, prefer not to say and prefer to self-describe.
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And after a casting call for LGBTQ+ Islanders on Tinder, applicants can describe their sexual orientation as straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual or other.
A TV insider told the publication, "Producers are under more pressure than ever to make this series as woke as possible after it has previously come under criticism for its lack of diversity.
"The move could make the basic rules of the show complicated, as each coupling ceremony separates boys and girls, but they are keen to have a non-binary contestant this year. It’s all about inclusivity and breaking down boundaries."