A savage expert has predicted which reality TV couples are most likely to split in 2023

I can’t deal with this heartbreak

It’s been a big year for reality TV couples. A whole host of our favs are expecting children, there’s been a new season of Love Island so lots of new couples to keep up with, and recently, quite a few breakups. So, what’s a savage way to head into the new year? With a body language expert telling us which reality TV couples are most likely to split up in 2023, probably. Like we need more reasons to cry!

Reboot Link Building Agency has analysed loads images of our favourite couples to conclude who is most likely to split by the end of the coming year. And yes, the results might come as a bit of a shock. So, who do they think are the couples most likely to call it quits? You might want to take a seat for this one.

Ranking the reality TV couples most likely to split in 2023, according to an expert

Here is a table ranking the couples most likely to split up, according to their body language. Body language signals, such as where hands are placed and body contact, were looked at in images of each couple to determine which couples are more at risk of splitting. The score in the final column of the table is what percentage they are likely to last.

So, according to body language analysis, the couple most likely to split up in 2023 is Jamie Laing and Sophie Habboo, from Made in Chelsea. Honestly, I’m really not ok with this. The pair are due to get married soon, and their podcast is surely enough evidence they are madly in love and hilarious together? However, they have been ranked as the top couple most likely to split by the end of the year with a 15.9 per cent chance of lasting according to the expert body language signs.

Spencer and Vogue are next, with a 17.47 per cent chance of staying together after the new year. Their body language showed there is a lack of affection between the couple, who are at high risk of splitting.

Other couples in the top five are Gemma Atkinson and Gorka Marquez who met on Strictly, Georgia Kousoulou and Tommy Mallet from TOWIE and Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton. Georgia and Tommy have recently celebrated their eighth anniversary, and have welcomed a baby boy, but the research thinks they’ll split! What?!

Also dangerously close to the top of the rankings are Love Island favourites Tasha and Andrew and Camilla and Jamie. 2023 will be the worst year on record if this happens, I won’t accept it.

Reality TV couples most likely to split in 2023

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Right at the bottom, so hopefully safe, are Molly-Mae and Tommy – who are expecting a baby very soon. Also low down are Love Island favs Olivia and Alex Bowen, who were one of the first couples to marry after the show and now have a baby together.

Ekin-Su and Davide are quite near the middle of the table, with a 58.7 per cent chance of lasting, and Sam Thompson and Zara McDermott look safe, scoring just over 73 per cent.

This is savage. I am shaking.

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