Love Island 2019 – the couples still together after winners Amber and Greg split

This series of Love Island is shaping up to be even worse than 2018's in terms of everlasting romance – after not one but THREE different couples called it quits less than six weeks after leaving the villa.

Chris Taylor and Harley Brash called it quits in record time for the show – they're matched by Samira Mighty and Frankie Foster, who split on the same day in 2018.

The couple claimed they were too busy to pursue their romance and "haven't had enough quality time" with each other since leaving the villa.

Awkwardly, they've already filmed a Love Island special of Supermarket Sweep, hosted by Rylan Clark-Neal. The episode will also feature couples Ovie Soko and India Reynolds, and Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan.

Winners Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill have also split just five weeks after taking home their £50,000 cash prize, as rumours swirl that he dumped her by text.

But which couples are still going strong?

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague

Molly-Mae has struggled with online trolls since she came out of the villa with boyfriend Tommy Fury.

The pair, who lost out on winning the show to Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea, have faced accusations that Molly-Mae was faking feelings for Tommy to win the show's 50K reward.

There are also rumours that other Love Island cast members banned the couple from coming to Ibiza to celebrate Danny Williams' birthday.

Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins

Dancer Curtis and Irish beauty Maura came fourth in the reality show, and have been busy ever since.

Curtis recently jetted out to Ireland so the two could spend some quality time together.

Curtis recently joined the team on The Greatest Dancer, and even photobombed Cheryl on set.

Maura, meanwhile, has drawn the adoration of Hollywood stars Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer.

Ovie Soko and India Reynolds

India was open about her affections for Ovie from the moment she set foot in the villa.

Both their dates went off without a hitch, and they found themselves placing third in the final.

During Love Island: The Reunion, India's friends told of how Ovie had "restored their faith in men".

The couple revealed that they've met each other's families, and even went on a double date with champions Amber and Greg.

Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan

Scottish hunk Anton revealed a fortnight after leaving the villa that he and Belle Hassan hadn't slept together and that they weren't official – preferring to take things slowly.

But with Belle in London and Anton in Scotland, it wasn't long before cracks started appearing.

Anton and Belle split on September 5 – with pals insisting he had never seen their romance as a real relationship.

Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill


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