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Love Island: The couples that are still together

Love Island is back for an 11th series and the hit ITV show has had plenty of success in its bid to find the perfect match in an exotic environment.

Here's our look at some of the love-struck couples still making a go of things.

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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury

Easily the most famous couple to emerge from the Love Island villa, the 2019 contestants fell for each other almost immediately and have rarely been apart since. 

The pair have been engaged since July 2023 and had a baby girl together earlier that year.

Hague and Fury have lived together for a number of years and the show's producers are more than happy to claim them as a success story.

Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt

Another long-term couple who are still going strong and they have even gone as far as being married with children.

The pair took their time to find each other in the Mallorca mansion but they have never looked back and now spend their lives looking after their three children.

Thurlow and Jewitt married in 2021 and are another definite success story for the ITV show.

Jess Shears and Dom Lever

It was a vintage year in 2017 for Love Island with Shears and Lever, another couple still going strong after seven years.

The pair didn't have the most successful time in the villa, but little has gone wrong for them since they waved adios to their fellow housemates.

Shears was kicked out by fellow contestants during a nail-biting vote and Lever followed soon after to continue their romance.

The pair have two children and tied the knot in Mykonos in October 2018.

Cara Delahoyde and Nathan Massey

The 2016 winners have had a roller-coaster ride in their relationship but the couple look to still be going strong after almost eight years.

After winning series two in July 2016, Delahoyde and Massey went separate ways in a heart-breaking high-profile split.

However, the triumphant pair weren't apart for long and had a child together a year after their first liaison. Marriage followed 12 months later and the couple now have a second child together in another successful pairing for the Love Island brand.

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen

Buckland and Bowen were narrowly beaten to the 2016 Love Island title by Delahoyde and Massey, but that didn't stop the young couple making a go of things away from the glare of the Love Island cameras.

Their current status is married with a child but the pair had a rocky start with Bowen making a controversial dash for the hideaway with Buckland's love rival and then Miss GB, Zara Holland.

However, Buckland soon realised the error of his ways and the couple quickly rekindled their relationship on their way to the runners-up prize at the end of series showdown.

An engagement soon followed away from the villa and the pair look to be another long-term success story.

Molly Smith and Tom Clare

Smith and Clare were the winners of Love Island's first All Stars series which hit our screens in early 2024, and the signs look good for the fledgling couple.

A whopping £50,000 prize was shared between the loved-up pair who have since been reported to be living together.

The twosome endured a tricky start together after entering the villa despite splitting up following a three-relationship on the outside.

Sophie Piper and Joshua Ritchie

Another All Stars success story, Piper and Ritchie, who finished third in the 2024 spin-off show, despite Ritchie returning after being a contestant in series one of Love Island.

Rumours recently surfaced that they had gone their separate ways, but the show's most recent pairing proved the doubters wrong with a series of recent pictures showing they are still firmly together.

Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan

2023 saw another winter version of Love Island take place in South Africa and it was a good year for Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan who started the series in the arms of different partners.

However, a recoupling pushed together Fagan and Harrinanan and they have rarely been apart since.

The triumphant couple have since become engaged to add another tick to the win column for the Love Island number crunchers.

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