LOVE Island romances rarely last the distance after the show is over.
However, a few couple do go beyond the show, with some past contestants marrying and welcoming babies in recent years. Here we reveal which Islanders are still going strong.
Which Love Island couples are still together?
Love Island has been a huge hit over the last few summers.
But more couples have split up than remained an item.
With season five well underway, we take a look at which couples are still loved up.
Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow, 2017
Love status – Moved in
Viewers were overjoyed when Love Island sweetheart Camilla finally found her match with model Jamie.
The pair are still an item and revealed in February 2019 they have taken the plunge and moved into their first house together.
Camilla, who shares two pet dogs with Jamie, shared a sweet picture of her beau holding her in his arms as they settled into their new home.
Dom Lever and Jess Shears, 2017
Love status – Married and expecting a baby
There's no stopping Jess and Dom, who got hitched in October 2018 in a secret ceremony in Mykonos.
But who can forget the moment they had a mock ceremony live on Good Morning Britain on Valentine's Day?
And now the loved-up duo have announced they're expecting their first child.
Sharing a picture of their baby scan on Instagram, Dom captioned the snap: "Living the dream," while Jess wrote: "The best is yet to come."
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland, 2016
Love status – Married
Alex and Olivia were one of the strongest couples on the 2016 series and have gone from strength to strength since leaving the villa.
They couple got hitched in a star-studded wedding in September 2018, after Alex proposed to Olivia in New York in December 2016.
The pair are believed to be the highest Love Island earners, so far, with an estimated fortune of £4.4 million.
Alex and Olivia's wealth comes from clothing deals, sponsorship posts and there own fashion label Exempt Society.
Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde, 2016
Love status – Had a baby and getting married
The winners from 2016 had a brief seven month split in 2017 but reunited a few weeks before Cara was due to give birth.
Nathan and Cara's first child, Freddie-George, in December 2017, and they are now set to tie the knot – with Cara spotted enjoying her raucous Majorcan hen.
The pair often make cameo appearances in the ITV2 reality show The Only Way is Essex, as they are friends with Tommy Mallet and Georgia Kousoulou.
What days in the week is Love Island on ITV2?
You can catch the show every weekday night on ITV2 from 9pm where the main programme, narrated by Iain Stirling, will give us the lowdown on all the goings-on in the villa – from couples cracking on to singletons facing elimination.
Saturday night's show – Love Island: Unseen Bits – differs from the rest of the week, as it is a round-up of all the best moments from the week – and maybe some unseen footage.
If that’s not enough, you can also watch Caroline Flack's spin off show Love Island: Aftersun on Sunday nights from 10pm on ITV, where she discusses the latest action with famous guests, as well as those who've been eliminated from the villa (unless they break the rules …).
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