Love Island couples who are still together including marriage, children and dream homes
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Another season of Love Island has come and gone, and we're holding out hope that all of the 2021 finalists will go the distance.
After missing out on a summer of love in summer 2020 due to the pandemic putting the ITV2 show on hold, fans were overjoyed that the show returned this year.
Aside from the obvious 'couples' such as Aaron Simpson and Lucinda Strafford, or Hugo Hammond and Amy Day calling it quits as soon as they'd left the Love Island villa, there haven't been any break-ups from the 'official' couples since the show ended.
Here's a peek at some of the couples from the past six seasons who are still going strong all these years later…
Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen – series 2, 2016
Alex Bowen, 30, and Olivia Buckland, 28, met on Love Island in the summer of 2016, and have been head over heels for each other ever since.
And then in the December of that year, Alex popped the question over a romantic dinner in New York.
Sharing a snap online, Olivia wrote: "I have no words for how happy I am. My fiancé my everything @ab_bowen this was magical. So magical."
The pair had a dreamy Essex wedding which OK! magazine was invited along to. Olivia revealed at the time: "When we saw each other we just burst into tears. I was really trying to hold it together and compose myself because I didn’t want to fully lose it."
Overjoyed by their big day, Olivia also exclaimed: “The wedding was overwhelmingly perfect. It feels like it didn’t happen because it was so perfect."
Since, Olivia and Alex have become the proud parents to two adorable pooches, Winnie and Reggie and have moved into a stunning "dream home."
"This house has been here for 17 years. When I was younger, my mum used to drive me past it and we’d say, 'Imagine living in that house'. She came with us to the viewing, and we were all a bit gobsmacked," Olivia recalled.
She added: "I remember walking into the bedroom and crying. When I cry I know that it means something. It felt like fate. We fell in love with it, and six months later we were in the house."
However, the couple won't be trying for children any time soon after they said that the coronavirus lockdowns put them firmly off the idea.
"‘We were thinking about it, but then things just kind of changed, especially with lockdown still happening and the world being so sort of unknown at the moment," Olivia said in an Instagram Q&A.
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey – series 2, 2016
Nathan Massey, 29, and Cara De La Hoyde, 31, won the dating show back in 2016, but had a rocky relationship upon leaving.
After moving in together just months after the show, they ended up calling things off in April 2017.
Just a month later, former circus performer Cara announced her first pregnancy exclusively to OK! magazine, explaining how ex-Nathan would be with her every step of the way.
But soon after son Feddie-George arrived in December 2017, the couple reunited and are now stronger than ever.
In fact, Cara and Nathan tied the knot in 2019 and OK! were exclusively invited along to capture the magic. The adorable couple said “I do” in front of 120 of their closest friends and family at Preston Court Barn in Canterbury.
The sweet pair recently announced in 2019 they were expecting a second child too, and revealed they would be having a girl.
Speaking exclusively to new magazine, the couple revealed how they found out the gender of their baby after admitting that they were hoping to have a sister for Freddie-George.
“We went away with MagicBreaks on the Disney cruise and we asked if Minnie and Mickey Mouse would be able to tell us if we’re having a boy or a girl,” Nathan explained.
“The next thing we know Minnie, Mickey and Pluto were all there – and either Minnie or Mickey had to step forward, depending on if we were having a boy or a girl. We closed our eyes and when we opened them Minnie was standing there in front of us! Cara screamed the place down."
In July 2020, Cara gave birth to a daughter named Delilah.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt – series 3, 2017
After coming second on Love Island, ITV2 stars Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow largely kept out of the limelight, choosing to keep their relationship under wraps.
After finishing up the third series, the humanitarian couple took on charity projects instead.
Love Island 2020: After The Villa
While fans worried for the couple after they were spotted bickering, they continued to prove they were stronger than ever since and excitedly announced they were expecting their first baby together.
The couple, who share a beautiful abode, posted an adorable video to their social media channels to announce the news, which also showed their close family finding out too.
In October 2020, the pair welcomed their first child, a daughter named Nell Sophia.
Jamie and Camilla are also parents to two adorable dogs, Audrey and Gus.
In February of this year, they announced they were engaged following Jamie's proposal which involved putting baby Nell in a baby grow that said 'Will Mummy marry Daddy?'.
And on September 2, 2021, the pair tied the knot in a beautiful but low-key ceremony.
The newlyweds only invited one Love Island co-star to their celebrations, Marcel Somerville, who was accompanied by his fiancee Rebecca Vieira.
TV star and singer Jake Quickenden was also in attendance with his other half, Sophie Church.
Jess Shears and Dom Lever – series 3, 2017
Jessica Shears, 27, and Dominic Lever, 30, hit it off immediately on the show, despite their relationship not lasting long within the villa, with Jess being eliminated long before her beau.
However, since Dom’s exit from the villa, the couple has been inseparable and embarked on a whirlwind romance that saw them moving in together straight away and getting engaged just three months later.
Jess and Dom became the second Love Island couple to tie the knot behind Olivia and Alex, and shared their special day with OK! magazine.
Opening up on proving their critics wrong, the pair discussed their relationship, with Dom revealing: "People said we wouldn't last but now we're husband and wife. We're proof that when you meet the right person, there's no need to hang around.”
Jess added: “I always thought it was a cliche when people said: ‘When you meet the one, you know’, but it's true. I knew we'd be together forever from very early on."
Jess and Dom also share an adorable baby boy together and whilst they have never publicly confirmed their son's name, we can reveal he is simply adorable!
The pair, who welcomed their son in September 2019, often post snaps of him on their social media channels.
Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury – series 5, 2019
Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have become virtually inseparable since meeting in the villa back in 2019. Despite losing out on winning the series to Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea, the pair have gone on to become one of the most successful couples from the show.
Social media influencer Molly-Mae is said to have become a millionaire after bagging several clothing and beauty ranges since her success on the show, while Tommy is still making a name for himself in boxing.
The couple have also moved into a stunning £.13million home, travelled the world and are still more in love than ever!
Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman – series 6, 2020
Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman are going strong after finding love on the new winter series of the show filmed in South Africa.
The couple were smitten from the beginning and quickly became a favourite with viewers of the show, landing them as runners-up to Paige and Finn.
Since then the couple have moved in together in a gorgeous London apartment and got an adorable dog named Nala.
Paige Turley and Finn Tapp – series 6, 2020
Winners of the 2020 series of the show, Paige and Finn are still going strong.
The former girlfriend of Lewis Capaldi coupled up with footballer Finn when he made a late arrival to the villa and they went on to win the series in South Africa.
During lockdown the couple moved in together at Paige’s family home in Scotland, before moving into their own house together in Manchester.
Molly Smith and Callum Jones – series 6, 2020
Despite coupling up later on the series, Molly and Callum have stuck together and remain stronger than ever.
Callum’s recouping with Molly after dumping Shaughna Phillips made for dramatic watching, but the couple have stayed together and have also moved in together since the show.
Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico – series 6, 2020
Nas and Eva became official after falling for each other on the winter series of the show last year after he dumped Demi Jones during the Casa Amor twist.
Despite split rumours, the pair are still together and appear to be stronger than ever!
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