Reality TV favourites, Millie Court and Liam Reardon, appear to have put their differences behind them and rekindled their romance. On 28 August, the 2021 "Love Island" winners appeared to confirm that their relationship is back on after Millie posted photos of them together at Victorious festival in Portsmouth. Among the carousel of snaps included one of them smiling and hugging. Millie also referenced him in the caption, writing about how Liam helped her buy a hat at the festival.
Rumours had been swirling that the pair were getting close again with both Millie and Liam posting photos on social media from similar locations. Back in May, they were spotted spending time together on a Virgin Voyages cruise around the Mediterranean. Then a selfie posted by the Valiant Lady ship's guest act, Jessica Kate Yallup, fuelled the speculation.
In the social media post, Millie and Liam beamed as they twinned in matching all-white outfits alongside the performer. "'Love Island' Winners - Liam and Millie are sailing with us around Europe this week - what lovely people," Yallup penned beneath the sweet selfie. "They love live music and I'm a big 'Love Island' fan." Fans flocked to the comments section to share their surprise at the holiday picture, with one writing: "I'm so happy." Meanwhile, another added, "Love this so much", while a third penned: "It was only a matter of time."
While neither Millie nor Liam have officially confirmed the status of their relationship, this latest post surely proves they are soft-launching their reconciliation just like "Love Island" 2022 winners Ekin-Su and Davide? Reps for Court and Reardon did not immediately respond to POPSUGAR's request for comment.
The pair split last summer and ended their year-long relationship following their win on the dating show. On 13 July, Millie took to her Instagram Stories to tell fans about the sad news. She wrote at the time: "Hi everyone, to avoid any speculation Liam and I wanted to share with you that we have separated 😢 💔 it's been a tough decision and I am gutted but it's ultimately what is best for us right now."
The couple were previously crowned the winners of "Love Island" 2021 and celebrated as one of the big success stories to come out of the series, despite enduring a rocky time in Casa Amor. Liam's head was turned in the spinoff villa, but the pair reunited, won over the hearts of the viewers, and even moved in together before parting ways a few months later. Here's hoping their relationship is back on track.