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The pair, who were initially partnered up on Day One, split when Liberty decided the energy in their relationship had died.
But the couple decided this really was it for them during their final date, which was set on a romantic yacht.
The pair decided to walk from the villa on good terms, with Liberty telling Jake: "I wouldn't change a thing, this has been a massive personal journey for me."
Jake agreed: "You've been my whole journey.
However, one eagle-eyed fan pointed out that the pair were destined to split from the very moment it was announced the pair's final date was going to be on a boat.
Taking to Twitter, one fan, tweeting under the handle @joshgrif15, explained there's an unfortunate trend for the couples whose very final date is on the yacht.
"You know the relationship isn’t going to work when they get put on a boat," he wrote, before sharing other Islanders that had their final date in the same location - and have since split.
Wes Nelson and Megan Barton-Hanson, who coupled up in Season 4, made waves with their last date, before splitting six months after the show ended.
Season 5 winners Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea also dated on the boat - but broke up just weeks after the final.
Meanwhile, Season 3 runners-up Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes had their date on the yacht, and broke up shortly afterwards in dramatic scenes.
There is an exception to the rule, however.
Season 6 winners Finley Tapp and Paige Turley went on a romantic rowing trip for their final date, won their series - and are still together today.
But if we were offered our final date on a boat on Love Island? Judging by its history, we'd politely decline.
Love Island continues weeknights and Sundays on ITV2 and the ITV Hub. Episodes are available the next day on BritBox.
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