The Love Island 2019 couples still together – and those who have split

Love Island 2019 was a dramatic eight weeks of twists and turns.

Just as we began to believe couples were meant to be, someone would be pied off out of nowhere.

But after Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea were crowned winners, there were still some strong couples.

Here we take a look at the relationships which have survived since filming wrapped up, and those who haven’t.

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Greg and Amber – Together

Amber and Greg had only known each other for 12 days before they pocketed £25,000 each.

They may have only been at the start of the relationship, but they have already coined themselves as being “exclusive”.

However, they are not official boyfriend and girlfriend yet.

But they no seem smitten, and Amber hasn’t ruled out moving to Ireland for the rugby player.

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Ovie and India – Together

Love Island finalists Ovie Soko and India Reynolds were also a relatively fresh pairing.

After placing third in the reality show, the couple revealed to Caroline Flack they had already started planning a BBQ date with Ovie’s extended family.

Although not official, the pair confirmed on Love Island: The Reunion they are “exclusive”.

Since coming back to the UK they have double-dated Amber and Greg, and have also been introduced to each other’s families.

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Curtis and Maura – Together

Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins became an item after he split from Amy Hart after she returned from Casa Amor.

The fourth-place finalists have had a busy schedule since returning from Love Island, which has made it difficult to see each other.

But speaking about their long distance relationship on the Reunion show, Maura said: “We are constantly on the phone anyway”.

Anton and Belle – Together

Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan had their ups and downs in the Love Island villa, but since leaving just before the final, they have blossomed.

Their first date was in Belle’s brother’s restaurant, and they were even joined by her actor-father Tamer Hassan.

But they have revealed they are just taking things slowly and enjoying dating each other.

Speaking to New! Magazine, he revealed they haven’t yet “made it official”.

Danny and Jourdan – Together

Danny Williams broke two hearts in the villa before making it third time lucky with Jourdan Riane.

A week after being dumped from the villa they revealed they had met each other’s families, and were officially boyfriend and girlfriend.

The couple, who hit it off in Casa Amor week, have now revealed they are taking their relationship to the next level and moving in together.

A source told The Sun they are “head over heels for each other”.

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Tommy and Molly-Mae – Together

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague became the first couple in the Love Island villa to become official.

They told each other they loved each other in the villa, and went on to take second place.

Tommy and Molly have both been busy since leaving the villa, but they continue to make their relationship work.

They regularly update their social media followers with loved up pictures of the pair.

Joe Garratt and Lucie Donlan – Back together

Lucie and Joe, who playfully referred to themselves as Jucie, were incredibly close in the villa.

They were coupled up twice in the villa, but Joe was dumped on day 16.

After his hit Lucie realised she still had feelings for Tommy – and told him.

However, he stayed true to Molly Mae, and Lucie was happy to stay friends.

Since exiting the villa, Lucie and Joe have revealed they are back together.

The surfer-chick and sandwich maker both shared similar-looking loved-up pictures, with the caption #JUCIE, and a heart emoji.

Chris and Harley – SPLIT

Chris Taylor and Harley Brash have reportedly become the first couple to split outside the villa , just two weeks after the show ended.

A source close to the couple told The Sun they had agreed to “stay friends”, but “sadly there’s no romance there”.

Chris and Harley became a couple by default after India chose Ovie.

But despite not getting off to a romantic start, they eventually shared a kiss and sparks started flying.

After being dumped from the villa they told Caroline they are “exclusive”.

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Anna and Jordan – SPLIT

Anna Vakili and Jordan Hames looked like the real deal in the villa, before his head suddenly spun in the direction of India.

Hours after asking Anna to be his girlfriend, the model told Curtis his head had been turned.

After leaving they villa, they predictably agreed to call it quits.

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