Post-villa life is well and truly underway for Love Island 2022 stars and it's been over three months since this year's final saw Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti crowned the winners. This year's finalists are EVERYWHERE right now - brand deals, TV shows and guest appearances - and we're obsessed.
However amongst the limelight, cracks have already started to show with this year's couples with Gemma Owen and Luca Bish announcing they've split. Posting a statement on her Instagram story, Gemma said, "It wasn't an easy decision but ultimately this is what is best for us both right now."
But Luca seemed a little caught off guard by Gemma posting about their break-up so soon saying, "I would have liked some time to process this privately...".
After eight series of Love Island, keeping up with which couples are still together and which have gone their separate ways is a full-time job. So, we're here to make things a bit easier for you and bring you up to speed by breaking down which of the shows iconic couples have gone the distance and which have called it quits.
Grab a snack and a drink because there are a LOT of couples to work through..
Check out: the Love Island couples who are still together
Love Island couples who are still together
Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti won not only the show in 2022, but also the nations hearts. The iconic couple appear to be as lovey-dovey as ever after they went on a romantic getaway to Dubai. They also have their upcoming ITV show Homecomings coming out soon and we're buzzing.
After coming second place, Gemma Owen and Luca Bish left the villa as an unofficial couple, but weeks later Luca asked Gemma to be is girlfriend with a big romantic gesture involving roses, balloons AND a swimming pool. However, Luca and Gemma prove that big gestures aren't everything as they announced their split just a few months later. In a statement on instagram Gemma said, "It wasn't an easy decision but ultimately this is what is best for us both right now."
Dami Hope and Indiyah Polack finished in third place and left the show as an official couple. With Indiyah's PrettyLittleThing marketplace and Boots partnerships, Dami has supported his girl at all of her events and we're OBSESSED. They've also moved in together, cute.
Andrew Le Page and Tasha Ghouri were the first 2022 couple to make their relationship official (even after 'licked her tit or whatever-gate') and we've been following their every movement ever since. The pair recently moved in together and are all over each other's socials. They are the definition of couple goals.
Adam Collard and Paige Thorne missed out on the Love Island 2022 final, but they left the show together. Initially they started out strong, going to events and frequently being spotted together. However, in October they removed each other from their Instagram's (which in todays day and age is a STATEMENT) and then Adam confirmed their split at the NTAs, saying, "We’re not together. Things happen. But I mean she is a great girl." Paige has since claimed he cheated after nugget-gate.
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 but they revealed they had split in July 2022.
Toby and Chloe found love during series seven, which resulted in Toby asking her to be his official girlfriend at the annual Summer Ball. In November 2021 the couple moved in together, however sadly the couple split in October 2022, with Toby taking to TikTok to address the rumours of their breakup posting, "I don't need to BeReal, I need to BeSingle."
Kaz and Tyler ended series seven stronger than ever but in December, reports emerged that they had 'split' after three months after "trying everything to make things work". A week later, the pair confirmed the news in a joint statement, revealing, "Life since the villa has been amazing, but it's taking time to adjust to a new normal in the public eye. This part of the journey hasn't been easy for us but we're learning."
We all know the ups and downs Faye and Teddy endured during series seven of Love Island, but the pair made it all the way to the final, finishing in third place as boyfriend and girlfriend. The pair went from strength to strength when they arrived back in the UK, moving in together in November 2021.
Liberty and Jake will go down in history as one of the most heartbreaking on-screen break ups, as they called it a day just days before the final, with Liberty admitting that she's "choosing herself" over finding love.
Despite getting pretty romantic in the villa, Mary 'friendzoned' Aaron pretty hard after saying she "definitely made a best friend" when referring to him during a post-show interview.
They made their romance official within the Love Island villa, and 2020 winners Paige and Finn are still going strong back in the UK. The pair have even moved in together.
After leaving the villa in third place, Demi and Luke were continuing to get to know each other, but in May 2020 reports suggested the pair had split. Luke is now engaged to Love Island star Lucie Donlan.
Although they never went 'official', Jess and Ched continued to date outside the villa, but the pair ended things in May 2020. Jess confirmed the news on Instagram, telling fans, "To confirm myself and Ched have split, we are still good friends and I wish him all the best. Thanks for all the support you have given us since the villa."
Despite it taking Mike a while to find the right girl in the villa, he certainly looked smitten when he left just one day before the final with Priscilla. The pair continued to date following their time in the villa but they've since split. Ex on the Beach bosses approached Priscilla to go on the show, as Mike was a contestant, but she declined.
After breaking Shaughna's heart when he returned from Casa Amor, it looks like Callum made the correct decision, and himself and Molly have moved in together back in Manchester.
Nas and Casa Amor girl Eva continued dating when they left the villa, with the pair becoming an official couple in July 2020. Nas posted a cute snap of the pair to Instagram confirming that the pair were officially a couple. Two years later, they are still together and moving in together.
Although Connor was harshly dumped from the villa, he was true to his word and waited for Sophie to return to the UK. Despite enjoying a couple of dates, it doesn't look like anything materialised between these two.
From their first ever date in the hot tub, Tommy and Molly-Mae looked a match made in heaven. With their romance growing stronger in the villa, Tommy asked Molly-Mae to be his official girlfriend, before the pair dropped the 'L bomb'. They've since moved in together and on 25 September 2022, confirmed they were expecting their first child together. They later confirmed they're expecting a baby girl.
After Amy Hart left the villa due to getting her heart broken by Curtis, Irish beauty Maura wasted no time in expressing her feelings for the ballroom dancer. Curtis chose to couple up with Maura and the pair made it all the way to the final, despite viewers thinking Maura was 'faking' her feelings for him. At the beginning of March 2020, Maura and Curtis announced their split, with Maura admitting things just didn't work out.
Amber had a tough time in the villa (thanks to Michael) but when Greg entered the villa days before the final he managed to sweep her off her feet. They won Love Island 2019 but everyone was shocked when they split with Amber claiming he ended their relationship over the phone. Greg then denied dumping Amber by text, five weeks after the villa.
It looked like Ovie wasn't going to find 'The One' during his time in the villa... That was until India entered with just two weeks to go. However, the pair have now split.
Belle and Anton struggled inside the villa and they didn't last on the outside world either. However, months after their break up, it was rumoured that the pair were still seeing each other. However they've moved on and are now dating other people.
He cracked on with both Yewande and Arabella, but it was model Jourdan that really caught the eye of Danny. Since the pair were dumped from the villa together, they were inseparable, attending a number of events. However, it wasn't to last, as the pair have now split up after Jourdan suggested Danny was "disloyal". Danny has denied cheating on Jourdan.
Despite not knowing each other for every long, Harley and Chris left the villa together, and they later confirmed on Aftersun that they are 'dating'. However, just one month later, Chris and Harley were the first couple from the 2019 series to announce their split, admitting they've just not had the time to get to know each other.
They hit it off within the first episode and went on to win Love Island 2018. Following their time in the villa they even moved in together. However almost a year later, Dani announced on her Instagram Story that they had split. Shortly after it came to light that they were back together, but then they announced a second break-up (for good) on April 3rd 2019.
Zara and Adam defied the odds for a number of months, however, the pair announced they'd split on Valentine's Day in 2019. Zara went on to date Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson, and although they hit a rough patch after she cheated on him, they're back together. Adam returned to Love Island in 2022 and coupled up with Paige but we already know how that ended.
You know how this one went. Sam accused Georgia of cheating on him with her ex, which she denied. It's safe to say they didn't split on the best of terms - remember the Christmas reunion?
Megan and Wes did move in together, but announced their split in January 2019. Although Wes went on to date 2019 Islander Arabella Chi, in April 2020 it was reported that the pair had called their romance a day.
Josh and Kaz announced their split in February 2019, with Kaz saying, "Sometimes things don't go the way you planned, but you have to be grateful for the journey. Thank you for everything especially showing me how to love myself again."
Frankie reportedly cheated on Samira while she was still in the villa and that was that. Done. Over.
There's no bad blood between Laura and Paul, but they split months after making it to the final of the show.
The Love Island 2017 winners split in December 2017; five months after the finale.
Since their ITVBe show Crackin' On ended, Olivia's confirmed she's back with ex-boyfriend Bradley Dack, who has now proposed.
Gabby dumped Marcel after he was spotted 'cheating' as they holidayed TOGETHER.
These two split just weeks after returning to the UK. Sad times.
Jess and Dom are so together, in fact, they got 'married' on Good Morning Britain on Valentine's Day 2017. They then got, y'know, properly married and the loved-up pair are now parents.
An absolute success story of Love Island 2017, Jamie and Camilla and Jamie are still the CUTEST of couples. They've since gotten married and had children.
Oh it was never gonna last, was it?
Sam seemed to be doing alright for himself following his Geordie Shore stint, so we still don't think he's too gutted.
Adam claimed he was '100 percent single' shortly after leaving the villa and, um, that was that.
Scott and Kady managed a year before splitting in 2017.
The 2016 Love Island winners are now married and they've got children together.
He did date fellow Love Island-er Emma-Jane Woodhams eight months in actual real life before calling it a day.
Alex and Olivia are married and have welcomed a baby together - they're literally as strong as ever. We like to live vicariously through them, to be honest.
Remember when they, like, got engaged on the show? That one didn't quite last...
Still fancy Max in a huge way, not gonna lie. He went on to date Laura Anderson but they've since split.
Absolutely DID NOT work IRL. Neeext.
At least they lasted 18 months. Not bad going...
They had the first ever Love Island baby, but these two split not long after the birth.