Cult dating show Love Island sees a group of attractive singles enter a villa in the hopes of finding the love of their life.
Over the years there have been broken hearts and betrayals, but some couples have defied the odds and remain together to this day.
Eva Zapico and Nas Majeed
The pair took part in the Winter 2020 edition and caught each other’s eye when Nas Majeed entered Casa Amor.
It wasn’t long before they were voted out of the main villa and their fledgling relationship was put to the test.
In the outside world, their relationship went from strength to strength, becoming exclusive not long after leaving the villa, with Eva Zapico even meeting Majeed’s family.
Majeed is now focusing on building a career in presenting, while Zapico is concentrating on her social media career.
Paige Turley and Finley Tapp
The islanders were completely clueless about the covid-19 pandemic until after they exited the villa, which was not long before when the UK went into lockdown.
Before entering the villa, Turley was known for dating pop singer Lewis Capaldi when she was a teenager.
After leaving the villa, the couple spent time at Turley’s family home in Scotland and have now moved into their own place in Manchester.
Callum Jones and Molly Smith
The pair shared a kiss during a challenge and both were immediately smitten, with their connection lasting long after they left the villa.
A year after they met, they moved into a four-bedroom house in Manchester. During the first covid lockdown, Jones lived with Smith’s family and is even in their family WhatsApp chat.
Luke Trotman and Siannise Fudge
Fudge entered the villa on day one but initially struggled to find a connection with anyone until Trotman arrived and swept her off her feet.
Knowing Fudge had a love for Disney princesses, Trotman made things official by creating a magical quest around the villa, which required Fudge to solve clues until she won her prize, a homemade crown and a boyfriend.
They currently live together in London and are parents to a cockapoo called Nala.
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague
Meeting when they were both only 19, the duo immediately caught each other’s eye when Hague entered the villa, and even Casa Amor wasn’t enough to tear them apart.
While in the villa, they officially became boyfriend and girlfriend, with the help of Hague’s toy elephant Ellie Belly.
Happily living together and jetting off on holiday together, Fury has teased that a proposal may not be too far away as the couple celebrated their two-year anniversary this July.
Dom Lever and Jess Shears
The couple met back on the 2017 series of Love Island and have defied all odds to become one of the success stories from the reality show.
After leaving the villa, the pair hosted a fake wedding live on This Morning, with presenter Richard Arnold reading their vows.
A fake wedding wasn’t enough for the couple and they officially tied the knot in Mykonos in 2018.
By October 2019, they announced the arrival of their first baby boy and currently reside in Shears’ hometown of Devon.
Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow
Love Island golden couple Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow have thrived since leaving the villa, but Thurlow initially struggled find her match in the villa, having to wait 32 days until Calvin Klein model Jewitt arrived.
The couple have a passion for humanitarianism and have gone on various charity trips since the reality series catapulted them into stardom. They have also launched a sustainable beauty and lifestyle range called Love Jamila.
The ITVBe documentary What Camilla Did Next follows Thurlow as she embarks on a solo trip to Cambodia and her life with Jewitt.
In October 2020, Thurlow and Jewitt welcomed a baby girl called Nell and are settling into parenthood together.
Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde
This pair are the only Love Island winners who have remained together on the outside world and have built on their relationship since winning the 2016 series.
Despite being together from day one and the whole Love Island experience, their relationship has not always been plain sailing, with the couple splitting up in 2017 for a number of months. However, they rekindled after Cara De La Hoyde discovered that she was expecting a baby.
They welcomed their baby Freddie in December 2017 and in July 2018, Nathan Massey surprised De La Hoyde with a trip back to the villa where Love Island is filmed to pop the question and the couple became engaged.
The loved-up couple married in a secret ceremony and had a second child, a baby girl called Delilah in July 2020.
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland
After six months of dating, the pair got engaged when Bowen dropped to one knee during a romantic getaway to New York.
In September 2018 they tied the knot at a stately home in Essex, with snippets of the planning showcased in their own TV show Olivia and Alex: Happily Ever After.
They are now happily married and have bought a house in Essex, which they share with their two French Bulldogs, and regularly showcase their interior skills to their Instagram fans.