Love Island returns to television screens on Monday 3 June for another year of sun, sand and 'grafting'.
While everyone’s busy wondering which pair will be the next Jack and Dani, it’s easy to forget about all the other contestants who have walked through the hallowed halls of the Love Island villa. In the name of serious journalism, we’ve rounded up a few of other favourite coupled-up islanders from seasons past, to see who’s still together.
Well, this is awkward – not one single couple from the most recent series of the show is still together. Winners Jack and Dani announced they had split up for good recently, just one day after the launch of Dani’s book. The couple had previously broken up temporarily in December of 2018 following a row. Elsewhere, the loved-up likes of Meg and Wes, Kaz and Josh and Adam and Zara have also all called it quits.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
Possibly the purest couple to ever appear on Love Island, we’re happy to report that Camilla and Jamie are still very much together. Camilla was among the first contestants to enter the villa, but spent 31 days being unlucky in love before Jamie came along and swept her off her feet. The loved-up pair moved in together in February of 2019 and we wouldn’t be surprised to hear wedding bells soon.
Jessica Shears and Dom Lever
Although they were among the first couples to get the boot in Series 3, Jess and Dom are very much together. In fact, they participated in perhaps one of the cringiest moments ever seen on daytime television, when they got ‘married’ wearing swimwear live on Good Morning Britain on Valentine’s Day. Shockingly, it turns out the televised ceremony wasn’t legally binding, so the pair got hitched for real a few months later in an intimate ceremony that took place in Mykonos, Greece. Since then, the couple have revealed that they are expecting a baby.
Cara and Nathan
After being crowned as the winners of the show’s second series, Love Island’s Cara and Nathan went on to have a baby, split up, get back together again and are now engaged. They've had enough drama to fuel a year’s worth of Eastenders storylines, but the couple now appear to be in a stable place and are planning to marry later this year.
The runners-up of Series 2 tied the knot in September of 2018, signing a deal with OK! Magazine to capture their big day, which included the groom arriving in a helicopter, an eight-tier wedding cake, a Prosecco van and celebrity guests such as TOWIE’s Pete Wicks. The couple have forged successful careers as influencers since leaving the villa, with a combined Instagram following of over 3.5 million.
Hannah Elizabeth and Jonathan Clark
On Love Island’s debut year, Hannah and Jon fell head-over-heels for each other after pairing up on day one. They were so infatuated that they ended up getting engaged on the show, but the relationship ended shortly after they returned to the UK. Jon is now best known for causing serious agg on TOWIE, while Hannah is expecting a baby with her new fiancé.
Luis Morrison and Cally Jane Beech
Love Island’s first real success story, Luis and Cally’s relationship blossomed in the villa, leading them to become the first couple from the show to have a baby together. Their daughter Vienna was born in May 2017, but sadly, the couple have since called time on their relationship.