The Love Island 2019 Couples Still Together – From Molly-Mae Hague And Tommy Fury To India Reynolds And Ovie Soko
16 September 2019, 14:27 | Updated: 16 September 2019, 14:31
Love Island 2019 came to an end on 29 July – but which couples are still going strong?
Ovie Soko and India Reynolds were just behind them, while Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins landed fourth.
But there were a number of other couples who met during the series – one of which, Chris Taylor and Harley Brash, split just three weeks after the ITV2 show came to an end.
But which couples are still together and who has split? Here’s everything you need to know…
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague
Tommy and Molly coupled up in the second week of being in the villa, after a love triangle involving Maura Higgins. From then on, the couple grew closer and even declared their love for one another halfway through the series.
Since leaving the show the couple have proved they’re serious about their relationship and have even discussed moving in together in Molly's flat.
Ovie Soko and India Reynolds
Ovie won heaps of praise from viewers during his time on Love Island, due to his laid-back nature and his continuous defence of Amber.
When he stepped in between Jordan Hames and Anna Vakili’s explosive row to take partner India away from the drama, he firmly cemented his role as the 2019 favourite.
Since leaving the show after coupling up in the last remaining weeks, Ovie and India appear to be going strong and have spent a lot of time together.
Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins
Dancer Curtis’ time in the villa took an unexpected turn when he dumped partner of five weeks Amy Hart and coupled up with Maura a few days later, but the duo only grew stronger and went on to finish fourth in the final.
The contestants have been busy with presenting commitments since leaving the series, but have posted pictures on social media every time they’ve reunited.
Danny Williams and Jourdan Riane
Danny’s head did a 360 degree turn every time a new girl entered the villa, starting his romance journey with Yewande Biala before moving on to Arabella Chi and finally leaving with Jourdan after she arrived during the Casa Amor week.
Danny and Jourdan were eventually booted out, but seem to be going strong almost three months after leaving the villa and moved in together in September.
Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt
Joe was once of the first contestants to be dumped from Love Island, after his romance with Lucie didn’t go the way he’d hoped.
He vowed to wait for the Cornish surfer when he exited the villa, but Lucie continued to declare her feelings for pal Tommy.
However, weeks after the show came to an end it appeared the former couple were back on after they were repeatedly pictured holding hands.
They have since been flaunting their budding romance all over social media after rekindling their feelings for one another.
Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea - split
Greg may have only entered in the last few weeks of Love Island, but he truly stole Amber’s heart after picking her up following her heartache over the way Michael Griffith savagely dumped her for Joanna Chimonides.
During their final speeches Amber even told the Irish rugby player “this ice queen is melting”, as they professed their feelings for one another.
However, five weeks later they called time on their romance due to the distance between them and their hectic work schedules.
Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan – split
Anton and Belle had a rocky few patches during their time on the reality show, and just one month after the series ended the couple announced their split.
14 days after a romantic trip to Majorca their relationship came to an end, with sources claiming Belle felt "disrespected" after Anton's party holiday to Ibiza.
An insider told the tabloids: Belle has seen all the pictures and videos of Anton in Ibiza and now just wants out. She feels he’s disrespecting their relationship and can’t see him changing his ways."