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Which Love Island Couples Are Still Together?

An Update on All the "Love Island" Couples Still Together

Which Love Island Couples Are Still Together?
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"Love Island" wrapped up another successful series in August full of Casa Amor drama, awkward recouplings, and Maya Jama's stunning outfits before Sammy Root and Jess Harding were declared the "Love Island" 2023 winners. As this summer's couples began life outside of the famous villa, the real tests begin and not all are destined to go the distance.

The latest "Love Island" split comes from the very couple we crowned winners most recently. Just two months after splitting the £50,000 prize money, Jess and Sammy are no more. Sammy took to his Instagram stories on 4 Oct. to address the news speculation that had been circulating a day before. "Yes we had a private conversation regarding our relationship but this was left up in the air as Jess is still away and we haven't had a chance to speak in person," he wrote. "For me to then see today via the media that we had officially broken up came as a total shock." Sammy went on to confirm the two have decided to split, but says Jess is an "amazing woman".

In light of this news, our thoughts have turned to which relationships have stood the test of time. Of course, there's couples like Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury who have recently got engaged just six months after welcoming their baby daughter, Bambi. Then there's Dami Hope and Indiyah Polack who are still going strong over a year after appearing in the 2022 show.

Out of the 2023 couples, will there be more "Love Island" offspring in the future as they follow in the loved-up footsteps of Molly-Mae and Tommy? Or will we see relationships blossom only to fall apart when they leave the villa like Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran? Only time will tell. While we've seen bromances, brides, and babies, read on to see who really did find their type on paper.

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