Love Island 2019 couples – who has split and who is still together?


LOVE Island relationships are like a faulty switch sometimes it works and other times it doesn’t.

The 2019 series saw lots of coupling up but few lasted the distance.

Greg and Amber won Love Island 2019 – but split shortly after

Love Island 2019 couples – who has split and who is still together?

Greg O’Shea and Amber Gill – SPLIT

Amber and Greg delighted fans when they beat the odds to be crowned Love Island winners for 2019 – despite only being coupled up for 12 days.

Two weeks after the final, the bubbly Newcastle lass flew out to Greg’s hometown of Limerick, Ireland to meet her dashing beau’s family.

However, it wasn’t meant to be and in September 2019 HOAR exclusively revealed that the couple had split.

Greg reportedly dumped Amber by text leaving her “devastated”, however, he has since rejected that claim.

Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury – STILL TOGETHER

 Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury were the Love Island 2019 runner-ups
Molly-Mae and Tommy were the Love Island 2019 runner-ups

Molly and Tommy finished as runners up in the 2019 final – but where the real winners of the show as they are still very much in love.

They won the nation’s hearts when they became the first official couple on Love Island – and the pair are still happily together now.

They live together, and melted our hearts with their cute videos during lockdown together.

Ovie Soko and India Reynolds – SPLIT

Ovie and India finished in third place on Love Island 2019

Ovie and India finished in third place in the 2019 final.

But their fairy tale romance reportedly ended in October 2019, with HOAR reporting the couple had split following cheating rumours.

The break-up, which took place four months after they left the villa, was said to have been “amicable”.

Danny Williams and Jourdan Riane – SPLIT

Jourdan Raine and Danny Williams have moved in together after becoming inseparable since meeting on the show
Jourdan and Danny have now split

Cheeky chappy Danny quickly gained a reputation for being a bit of a Lothario in the villa – as he moved from Yewande to Arabella before finally finding love with Jourdan in Casa Amor.

The pair even made their relationship official on Love Island: The Reunion.

They even moved in together in Stratford, East London, posting pictures of their new home.

However they split after reports resurfaced that he still had feelings for Arabella.

Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins – SPLIT

Fans fear Curtis and Maura may have split

Finalists Curtis and Maura hit the headlines after leaving the villa following Curtis’s revelation on This Morning that he would be open to dating a man. 

However, this did not seem to deter Maura, as the pair snuggled together in a series of cosy snaps.

Straight after leaving the villa, Curtis headed to Maura’s hometown in Ireland, where he was greeted with a welcome reception from her family.

However it wasn’t meant to be, and although they did have a (sort of) good innings, they split in March 2020.

Belle Hassan and Anton Danyluk – SPLIT

Belle and Anton could not make their long-distance relationship work
Belle and Anton could not make their long-distance relationship work

Fiery Belle and her Scotsman Anton narrowly missed out on a place in the final.

But the pair split after just five weeks together, with his pals saying “it wasn’t a proper relationship”.

The couple ended their romance via telephone.

In August 2019, Anton revealed that he and Belle had not slept together and were not an official couple.

Chris Taylor and Harley Brash – SPLIT

Love Island’s Chris and Harley split just two weeks after the show ended

Despite not making their romance official in the villa, Chris and Harley gave their relationship a whirl on the outside.

However, it wasn’t meant to be, as the pair called it quits on their romance midway through August 2019 – just two weeks after the show ended.

Chris later revealed that they didn’t “have enough quality time for each other”.

Joe Garratt and Lucie Donlan – SPLIT

Joe and Lucie faced several tests during their short time in the villa

The pair – who branded themselves ‘Juicie’ in the villa – have announced that they are dating again via a cheesy Instagram snap. 

Lucie and Joe were coupled up twice in the villa – before Joe was dumped on day 16.

Since her exit, Lucie has been pictured living her surfer girl life on the beach in Cornwall.

And they revealed in September 2019 that they’ve said “I love you” three weeks after getting back together.

However, they split again in 2020, with Lucie moving on with winter Love Island hunk Luke M.