There’s been a recoupling following the Love Island reunion - and it’s left two stars of the show becoming step-siblings.
The pair stepped into the Love Island villa as Casa Amor bombshells - with neither coupling up with anybody else whilst on the show.
But while the pair may not have found love on the series, it seems their parents may have had more luck - having recently tied the knot.
And if you haven't already guessed the Love Islanders in question, it's none other than Mollie Salmon, 23, and George Tasker, 23, who are now step-siblings - with George’s mum having married Mollie’s dad.
After the show ended, rumours began to surface that George and Mollie had gotten together, but the gossip was soon ended when the labourer took to Instagram to explain that he and Mollie are now family.
In a Q&A on the social media platform, he told fans: “So basically, absolute madness, my mum has married Mollie's dad.
“So now we are stepbrother and stepsister, which is mad,” he explained.
“They met at the reunion about a month ago and since then got engaged and got married,” he added.
Despite the pair themselves not finding much luck in terms of love on the show, they certainly made waves.
Mollie was involved in a love triangle, if you will, with champion Davide Sanclimenti - who shared moments with both her and Coco Lodge whilst in Casa Amor - before he returned back to Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu.
Fans will also remember how George was involved in his own drama with the winner of the series, Ekin-Su, after they shared a bed together.
At the time, it wasn't clear what went on between the two under the sheets, but Ekin could be heard saying: "It's too hot," before adding: "We're just friends."
George could later be heard telling the boys on the show that there was 'some touching going on'.
Well, George since set the record straight on the encounter, revealing exactly what went on underneath the duvet – despite Ekin-Su adamantly denying that anything happened between the pair.
During an Instagram Live with other dumped Islanders Ikenna Ekwonna, Remi Lambert and Samuel Agbiji, George said 'a line had been crossed'.
"Her hand was in a place it shouldn't have been, my hand was in a place it shouldn't have been... Not for that long, but the line was crossed, that's all I'm saying.
"Look, we're friends, but I didn't realise that that's what friends do, so you know?"
Tyla has contacted a representative of Ekin-Su for comment.