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Which Love Island couples from past series are still together?

A handful of pairings have made things work in the real world

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lthough it might seem light years ago, the first ever series of Winter Love Island finished back in February, with Paige Turley and Finley Tapp being crowned winners of the show.

Series six was certainly something of an emotional rollercoaster, with the winning couple triumphing over Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman, who ended up in second place, with Demi Jones and Luke Mabbott finishing third.

Fans of the show are well aware that not many relationships last the distance outside of the villa, with only a few couples staying together even a few weeks after it ends.

The most recent Love Island casualties are Demi and Luke, as their relationship couldn't take the strain of lockdown. Demi has since said she felt Luke didn't "make the effort" to communicate with her.

However, some relationships have truly gone the distance, with Island stars Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt announcing they are expecting a baby nearly three years after meeting on the show.

Not even winning could keep one couple together, as Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill split only five weeks after taking home the £50,000 cash prize last year, with the Irishman citing their “careers and distance” as factors in the breakdown of the relationship.

Over the years the show has seen very few relationships last the distance, with 2019 winners Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer splitting less than a year after it ended, and none of 2018 couples are together now.

Here, we take a look at which couples from previous series are still going strong...

Paige Turley and Finley Tapp (2020)

Paige and Finn were the winners of the first ever series of winter Love Island and talked about moving in together and getting a dog before they had even scooped the £50k.

The winning pair are still very much a couple, even choosing to stick out lockdown together.

Finn made the six-hour drive up to Paige's home in West Lothian, Scotland, where she lives with her parents.

Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman (2020)

The Winter Love Island runners-up are still as loved-up as they were inside the villa.

Siannise previously told OK! Magazine she had Luke have only been apart for an hour since leaving the Island series.

Siannise and Luke are spending lockdown together at Luke’s parents’ house in Luton, and have been keeping us entertained with many dances posted on TikTok and Instagram.

Mike Boateng and Priscilla Anyabu (2020)

Who would have thought Mike actually could settle down with one girl, eh?

After coupling up with... well, almost everyone, and professing his feelings for multiple girls during his time in the villa, Mike only has eyes for Priscilla now.

The couple got the boot from Love Island 2020 just before the final night, but have remained together and since moved in with one another.

They post regular updates including couple selfies and appear on Instagram Live together.

Eva Zapico and Nas Majeed (2020)

These two were kicked out of the South African villa as viewers didn't think there was much chemistry between them.

However, they've since been proved us wrong.

Cosy Instagram content and loved-up selfies leave no room for split rumours - Naz even confirmed on IG that Eva has met his parents, with a caption "Meeting the in-laws". Do we hear wedding bells?

Callum Jones and Molly Smith (2020)

Who can forget when Callum walked back into the villa after his head had been turned in Casa Amor?

The turning point in the series came as Callum met fellow Mancunian Molly and it seems things are still going strong.

Callum previously revealed that he asked Molly to be his girlfriend just two months after leaving the South African villa. The couple have been living together at Molly's parents' house during lockdown.

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury (2019)

Despite the couple being dogged with allegations that they were being fake while in the villa, the due is remain very much together.

Their relationship is going well, so much so that it would was rumoured Tommy had promised to propose if his big brother Tyson beat Deontay Wilder in their boxing rematch.

Despite the self-styled Gypsy King winning the match, Molly-Mae is yet to be spotted sporting an engagement ring.

Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, 2017

Camilla and Jamie won over the hearts of viewers when they coupled up on the show back in 2017.

After being dumped by Jonny Mitchell, it seemed villa sweetheart Camilla was going to be unlucky in love forever before she finally found her match in Jamie.

Now, the Love Island stars have announced they are expecting a baby nearly three years after meeting on the show, after moving in together in February last year.

Jess Shears and Dom Lever, 2017

Despite being the first couple kicked out of the villa, Jess and Dom have gone the distance and become one of Love Island's most unexpected success stories.

Not only did the couple marry in Mykonos in October last year, but Jess gave birth to a baby boy at the end of 2019.

But despite the success of their relationship, we can't let them forget their bizarre "wedding" on Good Morning Britain in 2018 which saw them "married" by Richard Arnold in an odd mock ceremony.

Cara De La Hoyd and Nathan Massey, 2016

Fan favourites Cara and Nathan split soon after winning the 2016 series but got back together a few weeks before Cara gave birth to Freddie-George in December 2017.

And on a return visit to the Love Island villa, Nathan proposed to Cara and the couple married in a low-key ceremony in June 2019.

Cara announced that herself and Nathan were now expecting their second child in a photoshoot with new! magazine.

"We're very excited to let you know our nappy news," Cara joked on Instagram, sharing a picture of Nathan kissing her bump.

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen, 2016

Olivia and Alex became one of the show's strongest couples after they met and fell in love in front of the nation way back in 2016.

After a rocky start, the pair soon became inseparable and their relationship has since gone from strength to strength.

They became the first Love Island couple to tie the knot when they married in a particularly lavish ceremony in September 2018.