Which 'Love Island' UK couples are still together?

These 'Love Island' UK couples are still together and going strong...

Toby Aromolaran and Chloe Burrows attend ITV Palooza! at The Royal Festival Hall on November 23, 2021 in London, England
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"Which Love Island UK couples are still together," you ask? Now that Love Island 2022 is around the corner, we're curious how cast members from the franchise's previous seasons are doing. Was their time in the villa a success or a flop? 

Though it's kind of hard to imagine, given the outlandish scenarios (the proof is in the most memorable Love Island moments), some of the show's duos are still going strong. Others, well...not so much. 

Catch up on the steamiest pairings who are still making it work and if you want to reminisce on their stories, then you know how to watch Love Island UK by now. But beware, you'll definitely have all the Love Island quotes, phrases and sayings stuck in your head all over again.

Which 'Love Island' UK couples are still together?

1. Millie Court and Liam Reardon

1. Millie Court and Liam Reardon

It must be nice to be crowned winners of Love Island, don't you think? Millie and Liam left the show's seventh season with both financial and relationship incentives, however, many were surprised that the two have yet to get engaged since things came to a close. 

In fact, some had thought it seemed like Liam wanted to make things official while they were still on Love Island. 

“Watching it back now, obviously, it may look like that, but no, it definitely wasn’t a proposal,” he told Capital FM. “I’ll maybe come back to you in a few years' time—Hope you know we're going to hold you to that, Liam.

The couple has now moved in together and seems to be going from strength to strength. In fact, whilst on their recent holiday to the Maldives, Liam pretended to go down on one knee—finger crossed the real proposal won't be far away!

2. Teddy Soares and Faye Winter

After a successful run in season 7, these two are still in love. In fact, we even got to learn a bit more about how things began for the couple when Winter made an appearance on Capital FM in September 2021. She confirmed that they exchanged I love you's in the villa's pantry, and she was the first one to make the declaration. However, they were concerned about meeting one another's families, though everyone seemed to get along just fine!

3. Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran

The couple, who got together on Love Island 2021 and quickly became among our favorites (after a bumpy road), have been going strong ever since they left the villa almost a year ago. While there were rumors of a split in early April, the two quickly squashed it by sharing pictures from their date night and let's just say, they're more adorable than ever. 

Chloe and Toby moved in together just three months after leaving the villa and often share snippets of their lives together on social media. They even shared a cute YouTube video of Chloe trying Nigerian food for the first time as an ode to her boyfriend's heritage. The segment was part of a couple's challenge (opens in new tab) video they filmed with fellow Islanders and season seven winners Millie and Liam. 

4. Paige Turley and Finn Tapp

The 2020 success story of Paige Turley and Finn Tapp won the nation's hearts when they fell in love in the South African villa. Unlike previous Love Island contestants, their relationship was put to the ultimate test as the coronavirus pandemic broke out just over a month after their return home, meaning they had to survive lockdown as a couple, which they spent with Paige's family in Scotland. 

Luckily, it looks like they came out stronger than ever as the two are still as loved up as they were in the villa. Finn has even talked about popping the question to Paige. Be on the lookout for engagement photos on social! 

5. Callum Jones and Molly Smith

Yet another 2020 Casa Amor love story is Callum and Molly hit it off straight away when they met in the alternative villa. They're both from Manchester and discovered that they were practically neighbors back home before bonding over several other things.

The two are still very much together, regularly sharing pictures of one another on Instagram. Could a proposal be in the works?

6. Nas Masood and Eva Zapico

These two were our favorite TikTok duo during lockdown 1.0. Despite their relationship not getting much air time on the show, Nas and Eva—who also met and began their romance at Casa Amor 2020—have been an official couple since leaving Love Island. 

Although they didn't isolate together, they kept their spark alive and are now moving in together. According to Instagram, they just vacationed together in Dubai in September 2021. 

7. Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague

Molly-Mae and Tommy have become the ultimate Love Island power couple. Not only is Tommy the highest-paid male on Love Island but Molly-Mae has been ranked the most successful Love Islanders of all time. 

The two fell in love on the 2019 season of the show, coming in second place to Amber Rose Gill and Greg O-Shea. They're the only couple from their season to still be together and the two, who live together in a swanky Manchester apartment, have even talked about a potential engagement.

Most recently, Tommy whisked Molly off for a surprise getaway to New York City in January. This has sparked rumors that he may have popped the question—but no official news yet. But what better place for a proposal than NYC?

8. Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt

Camilla and Jamie melted our hearts when they fell for each other in season three, after Camilla's rough patch in the villa with Johnny (proving karma is real). 

The two bonded over their philanthropy work and sparks soon began to fly. They left the villa together in 2017 and got engaged in February 2021, after welcoming their first baby into the world in October 2020. 

They tied the knot in September 2021 and are now expecting baby number two! They're certainly one of the series' best success stories!

9. Dom Lever and Jess Shears

Similarly, season three's Dom and Jess were quick to take the next step with one another after leaving the villa in 2017. The couple got married live on Good Morning Britain back in 2018 (yes, seriously!) and have since had a baby boy together. We love a happy ending! 

10. Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen

Alex and Olivia were the first couple to get married after meeting on the show in season two. The couple tied the knot in 2018, after years of being head over heels in love following their time in the villa. 

As we saw on 2020's Love Island reunion special, the two live in their dream home together and seem to be doing pretty well with their individual careers and joint business ventures. 

Adding a cherry on top of the cake, the couple announced they were expecting their first child together in January!

11. Nathan Massey and Cara Delahoyde

Season two winners Nathan and Cara were drawn to each other from day one in the villa. Fast forward to now and the two—who like their pals Alex and Olivia got married in 2018—have two kids together and remain happy and in love. Ah, our hearts! 

Naomi is a trainee News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on fashion, wellbeing, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life and is training for an NCTJ Qualification. 

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