Which Love Island couples are still together in 2023?

We take a look at the Love success stories of the hit dating show

A collage of two couples that are still together from Love Island: Ekin-Su and Davide (left) and Molly-Mae and Tommy (right)
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With Winter Love Island (opens in new tab) currently on our screens, many fans are asking about the show's previous couples, and wondering which Love Island couples are still together after previous Love Islands have finished (opens in new tab)

Love Island 2023 is here, with a whole new Love Island cast (opens in new tab) to watch - including a certain famous farmer Will Young (opens in new tab) - and viewers are hoping there'll be just as many dramatic recouplings and juicy Love Island exits (opens in new tab) as we've come to expect from the hit dating show. 

And while all eyes will be on this year's couples and the new relationships that are formed, some will be looking back at the ghosts of Love Island past. As the 2023 series kicks off, we take a look at which Love Island couples are still together...

Which Love Island couples are still together in 2023?

1. Ekin-Su and Davide - Love Island 2022

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Ekin-Su and Davide won the 2022 series of Love Island with a whopping 63.7% of the vote, though they had a pretty rocky time in the Love Island villa. 

Davide created an iconic moment is the series when he called Ekin "a liar and and actress", but despite their rough start, the pair are very much still together.

They now live together and have their own TV show, Ekin-Su & Davide: Homecomings, which saw them visiting their native countries together, and even sparked engagement rumours after Davide posted a video of him gifting Ekin-Su a beautiful ring while the pair sat at a table on a rooftop overlooking Rome.

However, Davide confirmed that he and Ekin aren't engaged, saying: "In Rome we do promise rings, so now we are officially together and we live together, even though we are not getting married yet.

"I wanted to get her a ring and give it her for Christmas. I got her a promise ring. Yeah, no were not engaged! It's a promise ring."

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2. Dami and Inidyah - Love Island 2022

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Despite both their heads turning during Casa Amor (opens in new tab), Dami and Indiyah reunited before the end of the series and finished in third place.

In November 2022, the couple revealed they were taking the next big step in their relationship, and moving in together in London. They toasted the big day with a bottle of prosecco on Instagram and Dami captioned the photos, "Here's to annoying each other even more."

More recently, the pair shared a funny story with their followers in which Dami misinterpreted a harmless chat Indiyah was having with his own sister. Taking to Instagram, Indiyah captioned the story with, "Story time of how my bf thought I was cheating last night when I was in fact texting his little sister."

The pair were clearly able to laugh about it, so no trouble in paradise here!

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3. Tasha and Andrew - Love Island 2022

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After Andrew ditched Tasha for Coco during Casa Amor - before revealing some of the scandalous antics they had got up to in bed together - and Tasha brought Billy back with her to the main villa, it looked like things were over for this couple. But, several months on, Tasha and Andrew seem stronger than ever.

Paired by the public on day one, they made it all the way to fourth place. Since leaving the villa, the pair have spent Christmas in Guernsey with Andrew's family and been to Australia together to visit Tasha's brother. 

On Christmas Day, Andrew gifted Tasha a Tiffany promise ring. Showing the ring off on her YouTube channel, Tasha said, "Everybody is probably thinking this is an engagement box - Andrew got me a gorgeous promise ring and I love it so much.

"It's so simple and I love silver. I did not expect that at all, I nearly started crying."

And while she may not have an engagement ring yet, Andrew has revealed that he plans to marry Tasha. On his own YouTube channel he told viewers: "I don't think we're going to break up, there's not a doubt in my mind.  

"I think I'll be marrying her one day, hopefully soon. But obviously not too soon."

4. Faye and Teddy - Love Island 2021

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While their relationship was pretty up and down in the villa, Faye Winter and Teddy Soares are very much still together a year later and the only couple from the 2021 series to go the distance.

Since leaving Love Island, Faye and Teddy appear to have gone from strength to strength and even bought a house together in November 2021.

Gushing over Teddy after moving in together, Faye said: "I'm just obsessed with him. He can't do anything wrong."

She added: "He's so caring and selfless. He can't do enough for me. He puts everyone before himself. I'm just so lucky as he's such a gentleman and a beautiful soul inside and out." Cute!

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5. Paige and Finn - Love Island 2020

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Paige Turley and Finley Tapp hit it off straight away during the first winter Love Island, and they're still going strong today.

The couple moved in together into a flat in Manchester during lockdown 2020 and Paige has admitted that it was a 'blessing in disguise.'

She said:  “It was a blessing in disguise for our relationship that, after being in the villa, Finn and I spent our first months together in lockdown. We were able to avoid getting sucked into all that scrutiny. I have confidence in us as a couple. We’re in it for the long haul.

“Couples who’ve broken up in the past maybe struggled with the whirlwind of work demands and commitments when you get out of the villa. We had real intimate time to get the basics of our relationship established without being constantly watched.”

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6. Callum and Molly - Love Island 2020

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Callum Jones sensationally brought Molly Smith back from the Casa Amor villa, recoupling with her over his original partner Shaughna Phillips back in 2020.

But while the start of their relationship was somewhat controversial, the couple are still together two years on.

The couple now live together in Manchester with their two dogs, and Callum recently opened up about how they've 'proved people wrong.'

He said: "We are perfect. We've got two dogs so we've got a proper little family going, it's lovely. We're just enjoying things that we've got at the minute and then family and marriage will eventually come into it. I'd say we've proved a few people wrong."

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7. Nas and Eva - Love Island 2020

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Nas Majeed met Eva Zapico in the Casa Amor villa after originally being paired with Demi Jones.

It was clear he was smitten with Eva. And after the show ended and the country went into lockdown, the pair enjoyed socially distanced dates and finally went official in July 2020 and are still together two years on.

The couple enjoyed a romantic trip to Italy back in the summer, and admitted: “It’s been 2 years and we both still cannot believe that we met on the show!

“Under normal circumstances we probably would have never crossed paths, so we’re forever grateful to Love Island for bringing us together. It’s amazing to watch the episodes back of when we first met and we absolutely can’t wait to see what the future holds!”

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8. Molly-Mae and Tommy - Love Island 2019

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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury won over the nation's hearts during series five, and it's unsurprising that they're more in love than ever today.

The couple live together in a six-bedroom mansion in Cheshire and are expecting their first baby (opens in new tab). But last year, Molly admitted they're not able to spend as much time as they'd like together because of their clashing work schedules.

She said: "We are literally fitting in doing fun things together, because we are both so busy our timetables often don’t match up. When we get into bed and we are both so exhausted."

But she added that she and Tommy make the most of the time they do have, saying: "Missing him makes the time we do spend together more special."

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9. Camilla and Jamie - Love Island 2017

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Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt met towards the end of series three of Love Island, when Jamie entered after Camilla had a rough ride.

The couple are still going strong and they welcomed their first baby, Nell (opens in new tab), in October and got engaged in February 2021 (opens in new tab). They tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony in September that year at Gosfield Hall in Essex.

They welcomed their second child, a daughter named Nora (opens in new tab), in May 2022.

The couple are pretty private, but they do regularly share sweet family snaps on their social media accounts.

Gushing about Jamie on Father's Day in 2022, Camilla wrote on Instagram: "Happy Father’s Day to this outnumbered Daddy, your girls love you very much."

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10. Jess and Dom - Love Island 2017

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Jess Shears and Dom Lever's relationship began quite controversially. Jess was brought in as a bombshell in series three, and stole Dom from Montana Brown.

The pair announced their engagement in September 2017, just months after coming out of the villa, and married in a secret ceremony in Mykonos in 2018.

They welcomed their first child, a baby boy called Presley in October 2019. They welcomed their second child, another boy, in June 2022. The couple have never announced the name of their second son, but regularly post family snaps on social media.

Speaking about their relationship in 2020, Jess said: “Every aspect of our life has changed since coming off the show. I wouldn’t have said I’d be here in three years, married with a baby.”

While Dom added:  “I would say now I am the happiest I’ve ever been.”

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11. Alex and Olivia - Love Island 2016

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Alex and Olivia Bowen are another couple who proved doubters wrong by lasting the test of time.

The couple had quite a rocky romance on the second series of Love Island, and raised eyebrows when they announced their engagement in New York just six months later.

They tied the knot at Gosfield Hall in Essex in September 2018, making them the first Love Island couple to get married.

Sharing a wedding snap on their three-year anniversary last year, Olivia wrote on Instagram: "Three years, forever to go. I will never get bored of staring at these photos."

The couple welcomed their first child (opens in new tab), a baby boy named Abel, in June 2022. Announcing his arrival on social media, the couple wrote: "Abel Jacob Bowen. You are everything. 10/06/22."

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12. Cara and Nathan - Love Island 2016

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Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey won the second series of Love Island in 2016 after coupling up on the first day.

However, the couple split in early 2017 and announced that Cara was pregnant just a month later, but reconciled before the birth of their son Freddie-George in November 2017.

Nathan took Cara back to the Love Island villa and proposed in 2018, and the couple married in 2019 (opens in new tab).

They announced they were expecting their second child together in March 2020 and welcomed a baby girl, Delilah, in July 2020 (opens in new tab). Talk about family goals!

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13. Luke M and Lucy

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Luke Mabbott and Lucie Donlan didn't appear in the same series - Lucie was in the 2019 series and Luke 2020 - but the couple have been inseparable since they got together in 2020.

After a year together, Luke popped the question during a romantic trip to Finland in 2021.

Luke had previously been with Demi Jones, who he met on his series of Love Island, but the pair split a few months after the show.

Lucie has revealed how she slid into Luke's DMs in 2020, and the rest is history! She said: "We'll always be thankful for Love Island for putting us out there - but people forget we weren't actually on the same series.

"When I was watching the Winter Love Island series I said to my mum, 'He's perfectly suited to me.' He looks so much like Justin Bieber - when I was younger I always used to fancy Justin Bieber - he was my teenage crush.

"I always fancied him and when I saw he was single, I slid into his DMs. When you like someone you've just got to go for it. We went for a picnic."

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Are Millie and Liam still together?

They won the show in 2021, but sadly, Millie Court and Liam Reardon are no longer together. The couple lasted a year after appearing on the show, but announced their split in July 2022.

Posting a statement on her Instagram account, Millie said: "Hi everyone, to avoid any speculation Liam and I wanted to share with you that we have separated. It's been a tough decision and I am gutted but it's ultimately what is best for us right now.

“Thank you to every single one of you for supporting our relationship. Nothing will ever take away from the amazing experience we shared in Love Island and the past year and I wish Liam all the best in everything he does. We're both ready for new chapters and I'm excited for what's next. Love, Millie."

Millie recently revealed how she's coping since the split admitting: "I'm obviously not totally OK, I'm the best Millie that I can be and going through something that's not very nice.

"Liam is the one person I saw every day who understood the life-changing experiences we were both going through. We can't just cut things off, and we'll still support each other in all that we do."

Are Siannise and Luke T still together?

Siannise Fudge and Luke T were the popular couple who came second in the Love Island 2020 series in Cape Town. But while they lasted a while on the outside, they are not together now.

Rumours started swirling that the much-loved couple had split towards the end of 2020, but Siannise only addressed the rumours this year, confirming she was single during a Q&A.

Replying to a question about whether she had a boyfriend, she replied: "No I don’t have a new boyfriend & I’m currently not dating. I can’t control what people post or write about me but what I can control is how I respond. Unless it’s come from my mouth or I have publicly posted/announced something regarding me having a new boyfriend, then I am very much single & I’m content with that right now."

In July 2022, Siannise confirmed she is still single.

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