It's All Over For Love Island's Charlie Brake And Ellie Brown
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Charlie Brake and Ellie Brown are the latest Love Island couple to have called time on their romance.
Announcing their split on Instagram on Tuesday evening, Charlie kept things simple, telling fans that he wished his now ex-girlfriend 'all the best' in a short statement.
"Just to inform you all, Ellie and I have decided to part ways," he wrote. "I wish her all the best!"
Ellie has not publicly addressed or confirmed the split, and she was spotted partying with co-stars Eyal Booker and Laura Anderson on Tuesday evening.
The reality star recently revealed that she had moved out of Charlie's multi-million pound mansion in London during a rocky patch in their relationship.
Despite this, it seemed like things were going from strength to strength for Charlie and Ellie, with the pair jetting off on a luxury holiday to Monaco this summer as well as Switzerland only a few days ago.
Their social media pages are littered with loved-up photos from their holiday posted just a week ago, and they had openly spoke about starting a family together in a couple of years.
The pair moved in with one another just a week after leaving the Love Island villa this July, although they were hit with split rumours throughout their relationship.
Reports suggested that Charlie had 'thrown Ellie's clothes out of his flat' during an argument, and they also supposedly bickered at the Love Island reunion show.
They coupled up together in season four on day 30, before being dumped from the Island on day 43, days before the finale which saw Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham scoop the £50,000 cash prize.
Charlie and Ellie aren't the only Love Island couple to bite the dust in recent weeks.
Laura Anderson and Paul Knops called time on their relationship earlier this month, as did their co-stars Laura Crane and Jack Fowler, although they never confirmed if they were official.
Both couples explained that their hectic post-villa schedules had put strain on their relationships, and they found themselves struggling to make things work in the real world.
Dani and Jack, Kazimir Crossley and Josh Denzel, Megan Barton-Hanson and Wes Nelson, Georgia Steel and Sam Bird, and Adam Collard and Zara McDermott are the only couples remaining from this year's series of Love Island.
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