Which Love Island 2018 Couples Are Still Together Following Shock Jack And Dani Split
7 December 2018, 11:48 | Updated: 7 December 2018, 11:51
Love Island 2018 couples are struggling to stay together as the strongest pair Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have confirmed their split - so who is still together?
Love Island 2018 took over eight weeks of our summer as we watched the likes of Dani Dyer, Jack Fincham, Laura Anderson and Georgia Steel all couple up, break up and fall out.
And seeing as we invested so much time and emotion into series four, we can’t help but continue to follow their journey outside of the show from their social media accounts to the behind-the-scenes dramas.
So which of our favourite Love Island 2018 couples are still together? And which pairs have split after finding the real world too difficult? Here are all the couples and what they’re up to:
Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham
Love Island fans expected big things from this villa power couple but sadly they confirmed their split six months after meeting.
Not only were they the first to go official, they also lived together while sharing new puppy Sandy. It was a sad day for the Love Island fans.
Megan Barton-Hanson and Wes Nelson
The odds are against this controversial Love Island couple but so far things couldn’t be going better. They’ve moved in together AND both families approve.
What more could they want?
Kaz Crossley and Josh Denzel
The hottest couple of the villa already both live in London and are as smug as ever as their relationships continues to go from strength to strength.
Ellie Brown and Charlie Brake
Things moved pretty quickly for this couple as they become official, moved in together and went on their first holiday to Monaco within weeks.
However, despite a few luxury breaks, Ellie and Charlie couldn't make it work and announced their split via Instagram.
Samira Mighty and Frankie Foster
She famously quit the villa to follow her heart the whole way to Frankie but unfortunately, things haven't worked out.
Samira and Frankie were the first Love Island 2018 couple to split following numerous cheating rumours. The former West End star's rep said, "Samira will be taking some time out from her relationship with Frankie to focus on herself and future work opportunities."
Adam Collard and Zara McDermott
Love Island fans were unsure whether they could believe Adam when he declared his love for Zara but they’re certainly proving the haters wrong.
Despite recent rumours suggesting they had broken up, Zara has declared they're still happily an item.
Laura Anderson and Paul Knops
The surprise couple of the villa never technically become official and now, just months after coming second on the show, they've completely called things off and split.
In fact, it looks like things didn't end well at all as Laura has even unfollowed Paul on social media. Ouch.
Georgia Steel and Sam Bird
They sensationally quit the villa together and become official on Good Morning Britain all before they moved in together.
However, sadly, five months down the line and Georgia and Sam have split due to reasons they don't want to talk about right now.