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Love Island 2021 looks set to start in late-June with a hot new cast rumoured for the seventh series. And here's one question we all want the answer to: how many Love Island couples are still together?
Unfortunately, not many couples go the distance after the Love Island finale. But that doesn't mean going on the show to find true love is a total lost cause; season two's Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen were the first couple to get married after meeting on the show.
More couples followed in their footsteps - even welcoming some new additions to the Love Island family into the world.
2018 was a record year for marriages from the Love Island show, with three couples tying the knot and even having some mini Love Islanders.
Season 2 winners Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde followed in Olivia and Alex's footsteps in getting hitched in 2018. Nathen and Cara now have two children and remain happily married - aww.
Season 3 stars Dom Lever and Jess Shears also got married in 2018 on Good Morning Britain (yep, really) and went on to have a beautiful baby boy.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt from season 3 got engaged in February 2021, after welcoming their first baby into the world in October 2020.
With all these little Islanders, could we just put it out there how cute it would be if they introduced some Love Island baby grows to the line of official merchandise? You heard it here first.
The 2020 Love Island winners are still smitten and are reportedly living together in Manchester. The two spent lockdown isolating together in Paige's family home in Scotland. Finn has even talked about popping the question to Paige. But for now, they're enjoying being able to go out for date nights again now that lockdown restrictions are easing. Watch this space.
Another couple from the 2020 UK series have made it outside of the villa. Siânnise and Luke have been really getting to know each other during lockdown, isolating together in Luke's family home in Luton.
The couple have recently moved in together in London and, no babies yet, but they did buy a puppy together in January - a cockapoo named Nala Trotman-Fudge. How cute!
2020's Mike and Priscilla are still together and now live in London. Mike was struggling when he first moved into the villa, but his head soon got turned by Priscilla. The couple made it to the penultimate night in the 2020 series.
Speaking on Love Island: What Happened Next? Mike said: "It was only a couple weeks after leaving the villa that we actually popped the big one and started telling each other that we actually love each other."
"Children have been mentioned," he added.
"I just need a ring on my finger!" Said Priscilla.
"Safe to say I'm the happiest man alive," said Mike. Aww you guys!
It was a rocky start for this pair as Callum wasn't very popular with fans for returning from Casa Amor with Molly and dumping Shaugna Phillips. But it all worked out in the end and in November 2020, the couple moved in together.
Some more 2020 survivors who got off to a rocky start. Nas was far from the nation's favourite Islander when he returned from Casa Amor with Eva, leaving Demi single.The two didn't isolate together during lockdown and they met up for socially-distanced walks. They confirmed they're officially together and we think they've now moved in together.
Power couple Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague are still going strong after coming in runners up in the 2019 series. Tommy is the highest-paid male from Love Island, while Molly-Mae has been ranked the most successful Love Islanders of all time. They're currently living together in a fancy Manchester apartment.
Tommy continues to make headway in the boxing world, and there's even talk of him entering I'm A Celebrity this year.
Meanwhile, Molly-Mae has gone from being a lifeguard to one of the highest-paid reality TV stars on Instagram. She's featured in countless fashion campaigns such as PrettyLittleThing X Molly-Mae as well as launching her own beauty brand - Filter by Molly-Mae.
Tommy and Molly-Mae are the only couple from season 5 who are still together. Fans had high hopes for Jack Fincham and Danny Dyer, but they split soon after the end of the show and Danny has recently had her first baby with boyfriend, Sammy Kimmence.
Now, Jack has admitted he wishes he'd cracked on with Megan Barton-Hanson.
Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard, the unlikely couple who seemed smitten towards the end of the series, split after eight months. Maura was recently seen hanging out with some of her fellow Islanders after splitting with her most recent boyfriend, Chris Taylor.
The winners of Love Island series 5, Amber Rose Gill and Greg O-Shea didn't last long on the outside either, splitting up just five weeks after the end of the show. Amber has recently launched a highly successful fitness program - Amber Flexx - after revealing her body transformation earlier this year.
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