These are all the Love Island couples who are still together
None of the season four cast are still together, shock
Every other day there seems to be a new Love Island related break up or an unexpected coupling, who knew Theo and Kaz were even together?
The list of Love Island couples who have stood the test of time isn't exactly lengthy, but it exists. Those who have survived have brought us cringe TV weddings and even babies, proving that the villa actually does serve its purpose in few special cases.
From the oldest couples you've probably forgotten about to the newest who are all over your social media *cough* Tommy and Molly-Mae *cough*, here are all the Love Island couples who are still standing:
Season two: Nathan Massey and Cara de da Hoyde
These two have done it all, the wedding, the baby and the OK photoshoot to prove it.
Nathan and Cara coupled up back in 2016 on their first day in the villa and have been together ever since. Well, minus a short split in 2017, but who's counting that.
In 2017 they had their son Freddie, and got married in June this year. To propose, Nathan took Cara back to the Love Island villa where they first met and had a scavenger hunt set up there.
Season two: Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen
Everyone's favourite couple.
Olivia and Alex have been together since their time in the villa and have been #couplegoals the whole time. Their relationship in the villa may have been a tad up and down, but it's been plain sailing beyond.
They tied the knot in 2018 with a proper fairytale wedding, and they even have a dog now, if that wasn't perfect enough for you.
Season three: Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow
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These two do not get enough credit.
They are potentially the best and most wholesome couple the villa has ever produced. True they might not have the gossip nor the drama factor, but when it comes to being actual decent human beings they win all day everyday.
The pair are constantly doing charity events and raising awareness for real issues, fingers crossed that they stay together because those babies would be GORGEOUS.
Season three: Dom Lever and Jess Shears
We all know this one because they literally got married live on British television. To be fair this might not have been too big a deal to them after they had sex in the villa.
Apart from that obvious lowpoint, Dom and Jess have been doing pretty well in life beyond Love Island.
With season five relationships changing pretty much everyday and being confirmed then unconfirmed, it's difficult to know who to actually invest any interest in. Here are all the couples who are allegedly still together one month on:
Season five: Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague
They were the first official couple in the villa this year and are still together now.
They don't seem to be on the best terms with the other Islanders after they were banned from a group trip for being 'fake'. The pair have done appearances together and have been photographed together countless times, so things are looking pretty good.
They've discussed plans to move in together. That being said, you can never tell quite how long things are going to last outside the villa. Categorically.
Season five: Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea
Greg and Amber had only been together for a miraculous 12 days before winning the whole show. If they don't last then Greg has literally beaten the system.
Since the villa, they've met each other's families, done meet ups together and been spotted going out on multiple fancy dates.
I would be too if I'd just won 50k.
Season five: India Reynolds and Ovie Soko
Ovie was definitely the fan favourite on this year's Love Island, so it's good to know that he and India are still going strong.
In an interview with This Morning, Ovie said: "I cannot say love. Love is a thing that takes time to develop. We’re in a good place." I guess we can't expect so much so fast, but we can keep our fingers crossed.
They've also been seen on double dates with Amber and Greg, how CUTE.
Season five: Danny Williams and Jourdan Riane
Danny did his fair share of jumping around the villa, but eventually stopped at Jourdan and they seem to still be together.
They made their relationship official on the reunion show, because they're all about the class and the privacy.
They're supposedly preparing to move in together in the not-so-distant future.
Season five: Belle Hassan and Anton Danyluk
They've been to Maga together, so it must be pretty serious. Hope his bum was nicely shaved for it.
Belle and Anton got together pretty late on, and we were all relieved after Anton's fruitless searching. They're currently having to work with a long distance relationship, so we'll see how long it lasts.
Anton revealed earlier this month that the two are taking it slow and aren't an official couple yet. Probably smart.
Season five: Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins
Curtis and Maura's relationship has received some serious media scrutiny since leaving the villa.
Amidst God knows how many split rumours, the pair have remained strong and made multiple appearances together to confirm their ongoing relationship.
How long their relationship will last, only time will tell, they too are currently having to deal with long distance.
Season five: Joe Garratt and Lucie Donlan
We all probably should have seen this coming.
There were rumours from the day Lucie left the villa that the pair were seeing each other. With a saucy photoshoot by the coast earlier this month, it was confirmed that Jucie are back together.
They've since been spotted together multiple times, including when they met each other's families and left the Love Island reunion party together.