Although we didn’t get to see much of their relationship on screen, Samira and Frankie were super loved up. So much so that she didn’t want to continue her Love Island journey without him, and she walked once he’d been voted out.
In a statement to RadioTimes.com, a representative for Samira said that she would be “taking some time out from her relationship with Frankie to focus on herself and future work opportunities.
“They have spoken in depth about the recent events and Samira feels a break for now is the best thing for both of them so they can see what the future holds.”
Footage posted online appeared to show Frankie getting up close and personal with a girl at a nightclub in Kent during a personal appearance. However, neither Frankie or Samira have so far addressed the reports directly online.
Earlier in December, an Instagram post from Dani announced the Love Island 2018 winners had broken up. “Jack & I have sadly decided to part ways,” she said. “It’s been an incredible 6 months, and we will always have a place in our hearts for each other, but sadly we’ve come to the realisation that it’s not meant to be long term.
“We both plan to stay friends. I hope you’ll all understand. Love Dani x”
However, since then Dani’s dad Danny Dyer has come out with a different story, assuring Jonathan Ross on his ITV talk show “Jon, they’ve had a row. They’ve had a row, she’s got a bit emotional and I think she has whacked that [message] up and immediately regretted it. You know what women are like… I’m just saying she got a little bit irate, screaming and shouting, the ultimate way to punish him maybe. I don’t know what was going on but I can tell you now, they’re sweet…
“They’re sweet as. They’ve had a little argument as we all do, we all have tear ups. Don’t declare nothing to the world, I’ve told her this. That was my bit of fatherly advice. It is okay, it is all sweet.”
During the series, the pair made it official, said they loved each other and even decided to move in together.
In August, they confirmed that they had taken the plunge by showing fans around their new home.
On her Instagram stories, Dani shared a selfie with the caption: “Finally moving into our new home.”
Shortly after they left the villa, Jack even went so far as to say that the pair even planned to MARRY in 2019.
In an interview with The Sun, he said: “We’re getting married next year, 100 per cent. Like my mum said to me so many times, ‘When you know about someone, you just know’. And now I know what she’s talking about. I just know that’s what we want to do.”
However, the pair were soon reported to be on “rocky ground” after a source told The Sun that their relationship was under strain following a series of rows.
“They’ve been at each other’s necks for a few weeks now,” the insider revealed. “But the more projects Dani takes on, the less time she spends with Jack, so tensions between them are mounting.
“A lot is riding on them staying together as they continue to film their reality series – but Dani may not have the patience to stay in the relationship for much longer.”
The rumour mill was fuelled when Dani wrote ‘Thank u, next,’ in a now-deleted tweet, in reference to Ariana Grande’s song about her exes.
At the time the couple slapped down any split speculation by posting a series of loved-up snaps whilst holidaying in Rome.
The post-Love Island honeymoon bubble seemed to well and truly burst for the couple in December, when Dani took to her Instagram to claim the pair had split after six months.
However, their break-up was short-lived, with the pair soon reuniting – just in time for the release of their ITVBe spin-off show, Life After Love Island.
Explaining their split on the show, Dani spoke candidly.
“I’d rather just be honest and say I f**ked up. Can I just do that, please? I’m just going to say I f**ked up. I mean, it was a really horrible thing because I thought we was done and we were over and there was no going back.
“I didn’t realise how much it would affect you, Jack, I genuinely didn’t. Obviously, I thought we was over. You have to put things out. It’s not like he didn’t know, he knew we were over at that point. It was horrible, I don’t want to upset anyone, it makes me sad.”
But the split has only made them closer, with Fincham realising how much he cared about his girlfriend.
“The fact that I thought that it was real made me realise actually I don’t ever want to split up with you,” he said.
Laura and Paul finished second on Love Island, and since leaving the villa posted several loved-up pictures on Instagram with the not-so-catchy nickname ‘Paura’.
However, the couple never made it girlfriend/boyfriend official, and eventually called time on the relationship. In an interview with OK! Magazine Laura revealed her regrets over the break-up, which occurred after Paul returned from Burning Man festival.
“I was hoping that when he came back [from holiday] we’d spend more time together and build a proper relationship out of the villa. It didn’t happen,” she revealed.
Paul told The Sun: “We weren’t compatible for each other. I knew I had to be 100 per cent sure about it because you know – the next person you’re with could potentially be you’re wife; you don’t want to be unsure about it.”
He added: “We aren’t friends now – we haven’t spoken, it is a sore subject. But I told her I would be there for her if she needed me.”
Kaz and Josh, who placed third on Love Island, have also been busy on Instagram. Josh posted that “finding love has never been so easy”, while Kaz captioned the same image on her account with: “3rd place with my dreamy boyfriend I could not be more grateful.
“Ladies dont settle for less then you deserve there is someone out there who will look at you like this.”
Hilariously, she also tagged her pic ‘#teamsmug’. These two are made for each other! And five months on, they’re still going strong…
There were signs of trouble in paradise early on for New Jack and New Laura.
Appearing on Lorraine a week or so after leaving Love Island, Jack said that although they “are not in a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship, we are exclusively dating.”
The pair faced questions in August after Laura shared a quote on Instagram that led some fans to ask whether the pair were still together, and shortly after the couple confirmed the split in an interview with Metro.co.uk.
“Sadly Jack and I have both decided to go our separate ways due to such busy schedules right now and not having the time to spend together,” Laura said.
“[I] feel truly blessed to have got to share my Love Island experience with him and to have made a friend for life. We will carry on supporting each other on this journey and I can’t wait to see where it takes us.”
They made it official on Good Morning Britain (who said romance was dead?) and decided to move in together, sharing Instagram stories of their “new little pad” in recent days. Now that’s loyalty for you.
Georgia also confirmed the split on her Instagram story. But the couple have since been engaged in a war of words over exactly what happened. Sam claims Georgia was unfaithful with her ex, Georgia claims she went to a former boyfriend’s house and stayed over – in the spare room.
Now, Sam has elaborated on his side of the story, stating his Love Island girlfriend was leading a “double life”.
“Georgia told me she stayed with a friend after being at a PA, she said she came home and then went back out to a friend’s but that didn’t seem plausible,” he told The Sun.
“I looked at her phone and found messages she sent to her mates and one of them had a selfie of her in bed with her ex and she put the word ‘oops’ and joked about it and I thought that’s not right. My gut feeling was found to be true. She’s not the person I thought she was.”
A source told the publication: “Producers were forced to cut his microphone off after he threatened to embarrass her and walk off the show. He had been out drinking with Frankie Foster and they had a huge row. They looked incredibly frosty throughout the programme.
“Things were so bad that they went home in separate cars after the wrap party later that night. Things aren’t looking good.”
The couple have since confirmed their split, with Charlie writing on his Instagram Story: “Just to inform you all, Ellie and I have decided to part ways. I wish her the best!”
These two were on and off more than a light switch during their time in the villa, and since leaving Love Island things haven’t been all that dissimilar.
The pair starred in their own ITVBe spin-off called Chris and Olivia: Crackin’ On in which they rowed, rowed and rowed again – until they finally parted ways.
Since confirming their split, Olivia hinted there could be a potential reconciliation some time down the line. “I still protest that Chris’ and I is the greatest love story and there is yet to be more chapters,” she has said.
After supporting Love Island series four pal Sam Bird following his break-up with Georgia Steel, Chris made a comment which Olivia saw as a dig.
Calling him a “bitter ex” on social media, Chris quickly hit back – plugging Olivia’s appearance on E4’s Celebs Go Dating.
Hard to work out… So my ex has made digs at me every month since we split; I say ONE thing supporting a friend about deja vu and I’m bitter apparently… I think the comments on her tweet justifies it all. 🤦🏼♂️ some people eyy. Anyway! Celebs go Dating on at 9pm. Tune in.
“Marcel is upset that he broke the heart of someone he loves and someone that he shared so many special moments with, but with all the good times there are difficult times, and sadly Marcel and Gabby had been in a bad place at this stage.
“Gabby was a special part of Marcel’s life, and he hopes one day she can find it in herself to forgive him. He knows what he did was wrong and is extremely sad about how he has hurt Gabby.”
Meanwhile, Gabby shared a tweet saying she was in “shock” at what had happened.
This one wasn’t such a shock. About 3.7 seconds after leaving the villa, Montana Brown and Alex Beattie went their separate ways – and it seems that Montana was the one who instigated it.
Speaking to The Sun soon after their break up, Alex said: “She made me single, so now I am. I’ve got no pressure now and I can just focus on myself and do the best I can.”
He added: “I had super strong feelings for her in the villa and when we came out. I was gutted when she ended it, I wasn’t expecting it. It was more her, I was willing to fight. I was going to cancel PAs but she’s a strong woman, she wanted to do her own thing.”
Jessica Shears and Dom Lever – TOGETHER
They might’ve been the first to be kicked out of the villa, but Jess and Dom haven’t let that stop them.
In fact, the pair created one of the naffest moments in TV history when they were ‘married’ (sort of) by Richard Arnold live on Good Morning Britain on Valentine’s Day while wearing swimwear. And being heckled by Jeremy Kyle.
As their GMB wedding wasn’t legally binding (who knew?) the pair have now officially tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Mykonos, with a few guests and OK! magazine.
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