Jess Hayes and Max Morely
This duo was Love Island's first winning couple. But, things didn't work out for them and they split just 40 days after the season finished.
Jon Clark and Hannah Elizabeth
This pair was the season's runners up. After their time in the villa, things were looking good for the two and they even got engaged. Sadly they split shortly after due to their constant arguing.
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey
Season two brought some stronger romances to the table. Winners Cara and Nathan are still together despite briefly breaking up and even got married last summer. The two actually had a baby boy back in 2017 named Freddie-Georgeand are expecting again!
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland
These runners up also lasted the test of time. Both have been successful since the show and they officially tied the knot in 2018. The couple has also just brought their countryside dream home.
Amber Davies and Kem Centinay
Amber and Kem left the villa as winners and had strong prospects for their relationship such as marriage and babies. However, things took a wild turn for the pair and they split up after five months in December 2017. The two claimed that the break up was due to conflicting schedules but there were rumours that they had some nasty arguments leading up to their split.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
Camilla and Jamie came second and lasted much longer than winners Amber and Kem. In fact, Camilla and Jamie are still together! The two left the villa and moved into Jamie's mother's house but finally moved out last year into a place of their own. The adorable couple even has two french bulldogs named Audrey and Gus.
Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham
These two are well known Love Island names. This couple had a rough ride outside of the villa and broke up once in December 2018 due to Fincham's 'lack of respect'. The two got back together just to split again in 2019 amidst rumours that Dani had cheated on Jack with her now recent ex, Sammy Kimmence. Jack has moved on as well and even had a baby recently with Casey Ranger.
Laura Anderson and Paul Knopps
These runners up called it quits just two months after the season ended. Laura spoke out to Cosmopolitan at the time and stated that despite any hopes they were never able to spend any time together.
Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea
Keeping in line with the Love Island pattern, winners of last years season Amber and Greg split just weeks after the season finale. Fans were cheering for Greg after his 'knight in shining armour' persona, sweeping at the end of the show. However, O'Shea broke up with Gill over text due to distance.
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury
Fans were under the suspicion that Molly-Mae and Tommy weren't to last on the outside. Despite their adorable romance on-screen Molly-Mae caught a lot of negative comments by fans and a few fellow islanders thinking that she was just 'playing the game'. The two ended up proving so many people wrong and they are still going strong. The couple even bought a house together in Manchester and we're keeping an ear out for any engagement news in the future.
Paige Turley and Finley Tapp
Paige and Finn are our most recent winners so it is no surprise that they are still together. The two have jumped into busy schedules after the show, something that has attributed to many past Love Island breakups. Fans have high hopes for the adorable couple but only time will tell.
Siânnise Fudge and Luke Trotman
Many fans were hopeful that this couple would take the winning prize, and it was a close call. Siânnise and Luke T only missed the top spot by 1% but they could still follow in Molly and Tommy's footsteps by standing the test of time. Currently, the pair have revealed that they are on the lookout for a house in Bristol.