Every Love Island couple who are still together from the show
5 June 2023, 15:58
Love Island 2023 is back but is the villa of love still a success? Here's all the couples who are still together from series 1 all the way until now.
Love Island is coming back to ITV2 for series number 10 and after so many editions of the show, viewers have certainly witnessed some huge couplings - but are any of them still together?
From series 1 all the way up until the winter show in 2023, where Maya Jama officially got on board, we've witnessed epic love stories and even bigger breakups.
But after eight years on our TV screens, we've not only had Love Island weddings, we've even had babies!
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So as we prepare to welcome a new bunch of contestants into the villa, here's a look at all the Love Island couples who have survived the TV show.
Love Island 2023
Will Young and Jessie Wynter
The odds were against Will and Jessie but they've proved everyone wrong and gone from strength to strength.
Straight out of the Love Island villa, Jessie and Will headed back to his farm for lambing season, shunning the showbiz life the show offers.
They have also visited Australia to meet Jessie's family and been on holiday to Paris. Oh la la!
Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall
Lana and Ron had a very up and down romance in the villa in South Africa but since leaving, the pair have been nothing but committed to one another, travelling back and forth between Essex and Manchester to make their long-distance relationship work.
Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan
The winners of Love Island 2023, the winter series, Kai and Sanam are the winners who are promising to make a difference.
So far, they've put together their skills to raise money for charities close to their hearts and have enjoyed their time getting to know one another properly since leaving the show.
Tanya Manhenga and Shaq Muhammad
After a turbulent time in the villa, no one thought Tanya and Shaq would last but half a year later and these two can't get enough of one another.
Love Island 2022
Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope
Love Island: Aftersun star Indiyah is still going strong with her man Dami.
The couple moved in together just months after the show finished and now continue to build their empire, starring in magazine shoots and lucrative social media deals side by side.
Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page
2022 finalists Tasha and Andrew may have had a rocky ride in the villa but the duo are still firmly 'on'.
Andrew made the move from Dubai to England to be with his "soulmate" and the couple proved their love for each other by getting matching tattoos.
If that's not commitment we don't know what is.
Love Island 2020 couples still together
Eva Zapico and Nas Majeed
We might not have seen this one coming, but Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico are still together after being kicked out of the South African villa early.
The pair were spotted looking cosy on a ski trip in February 2023 proving their love still endures.
Callum Jones and Molly Smith
Callum went down in Love Island history for dumping Shaughna Phillips when his head was turned by Molly Smith in Casa Amor.
Two months after leaving the villa, he asked Molly to be his girlfriend, telling OK! at the time: "We are boyfriend and girlfriend now."
The couple lived together at Molly's parents' house during lockdown.
Judging by Instagram the couple have gone from strength to strength and were soaking up the sun on holiday together in February 2023.
Love Island 2019 couples still together
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague
Molly-Mae brings home baby Bambi for the first time
Winners of the 2019’s Love Island Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague are the only couple from their series still together.
They swiftly moved in together, then went on to buy and decorate their dream home up north.
On 23rd January 2023, the loved-up duo toasted the arrival of their first baby together, a little girl named Bambi.
Love Island 2017 couples still together
Dom Lever and Jess Shears
Dom Lever and Jess Shears were actually the first couple to split up in 2017’s Love Island when Jess was kicked out of the villa.
But the pair have proved their sceptics wrong and rekindled their romance.
Dom and Jess tied the knot in Mykonos in October 2019 and moved to Devon to start a family.
The couple welcomed son Presley the same year, then went on to have another little boy called Hunter in June 2022.
Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow
They became the nation’s favourite Love Island love story in 2017.
And Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt melted our hearts once again with the announcement they were expecting a baby nearly three years after meeting on the show.
A year after the arrival of their baby girl Nell, Camilla shared the news she was expecting her second baby with Jamie.
On 27th May 2022, the lovebirds introduced daughter Nora Belle Jewitt to fans with an adorable Instagram post.
Love Island 2016 couples still together
Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde
The winners of 2016’s Love Island Nathan Massey and Cara De la Hoyde haven’t exactly had a smooth ride over the years.
They split less than a year after the show, but luckily they got back together a few weeks before Cara gave birth to their son Freddie-George in December 2017.
After Nathan proposed to Cara back at the villa where they met, the couple married in a low-key ceremony in June 2019.
Cara and Nathan welcomed their second child Delilah in 2020.
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland
These two have gone from strength to strength after falling in love back in 2016.
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland even became the first Love Island couple to tie the knot when they married in a huge ceremony in September 2018.
The couple bought a home together in Essex and two French Bulldogs, but that's not all the successful couple share.
Alex and Olivia also welcomed a baby boy into the world in June 2022, called Abel Jacob Bowen.