Love Island stars Millie Court and Liam Reardon 'back together' nine months after split
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Love Island winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon are reportedly back together nine months after their split.
The pair, who featured on the ITV show back in 2021, apparently broke up a year later.
Watch below as Millie confirms she is 'dating someone':
So it seems that Millie and Liam have rekindled their relationship after spending a 'romantic weekend together' over the easter break, a source told the Daily Mail.
They were spotted getting a takeaway from Domino's while reportedly spending the Bank Holiday in the Lake District.
An insider told the publication: "Millie and Liam have been talking again, but it's early days for them.
"They weren't expecting to get back together after their breakup was so painful for them both, but months have passed, and they still couldn't stop thinking about each other.
"Coming out of Love Island was a whirlwind and now they're just looking to take things slowly and see if they can rebuild their relationship, which may take some time."
Tyla has contacted Millie Court and Liam Reardon's representatives for comment.
Millie addressed the 'rumours' of her dating life in a recent video posted to her YouTube channel, while confirming that she is in fact seeing 'someone'.
She said: "Am I dating? There's been a lot of rumours and a lot in the press, but I am going to confirm that I am dating someone but I'm not ready to tell you guys yet…
"I love you guys and I love your support but it's early doors and you experienced a whole, full blown, meeting someone, relationship on TV like my whole thing, and then everything afterwards."
The 26-year-old admitted that she previously struggled with people getting involved in her love life.
"As much as that was the best experience of my life genuinely it is a lot when you have all eyes on you and your relationship, lots of judgements, lots of people sending you messages because they've seen the other person out and it means absolutely nothing… just talking to another person and they're like 'they're cheating on you' when they're just having a chat, I chat to boys on a night out, making friends," the TV star said.
"I struggled with that a lot because it wasn't nice, and I don't really want people to be involved in my personal relationship.
"It ruined things and was a big part of why my last relationship ended.
'It's been a while since then… this next chapter, I'll be keeping secret for a little bit just to see how it goes but I will tell you guys because I'm sure we will get pictured together."
Topics: Love Island