Where the Love Island winners from over the years are now
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Love Island has been running since 2015 and has seen many of the couples split, come back together, have children and get married.
Due to the success, the Love Island Games launches tonight on Peacock in the US, with former UK Islanders taking part.
Megan Barton Hanson (season four), Jack Fowler (season four), Curtis Pritchard (season five), Georgia Steel (season four), Eyal Booker (season four), Toby Aromolaran (season seven), Mike Boateng ( season six) and Scott Van-der Sluis (season 10) are all hoping to find love.
Guiding them through their journey to love will be Maya Jama while Iain Stirling is back on voiceover duties.
Express.co.uk has looked back at some of the biggest and most explosive couples, seeing where they are now since winning their seires.
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Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey – 2016 winners
When they first stepped into the villa, Cara and Nathan were immediately taken with one another, being the only couple of that series not to recouple.
They went on to win the series but went through a brief split shortly after their success due to constant arguing.
The pair were brought back together soon after their split and Cara found out she was pregnant with their son Freddie, who they were going to co-parent.
However, their love and bond was too strong and the couple got married in Canterbury in 2018, three years after winning their series.
They went on to have their daughter Delilah a couple of years later, with Cara now juggling her time as a parent with her work on Instagram,
She posts regularly about being a Mum to her 1.1 million followers and also co-owns Embroidery by FJ, which is a children’s clothing company.
Nathan keeps his over 800k Instagram followers updated with pictures on a regular basis and promotes his personal training business, Mass Motivation.
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Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay – 2017 winners
Amber and Kem had a rocky time in the villa, with the pair splitting up twice before making things official and going on to win the seires.
Before going on the show, Amber was a trained dancer and used her passion for entertainment to go on and star in Cirque Le Soir.
She recently starred in Dolly Parton’s West End musical 9 to 5, Bring It On the musical, Back to the Future and recently landed the lead role in Pretty Woman.
As for Kem, he went on to present This Morning and became a contestant on the 10th series of Dancing on Ice where he was partnered with Alex Murphy and finished in 4th place.
Sticking to his Love Island roots, Kem co-hosts the Love Island: The Morning After podcast with DJ Arielle Free and went on to star on Celebrity Masterchef.
Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham – 2018 winners
Dani and Jack were similar to Cara and Nathan where they instantly hit it off with one another and didn’t recouple the whole time they were in the villa.
Their relationship broke down in April 2019, where Dani went on to co-present the MTV series True Love or True Lies alongside father Danny Dyer, as well as co-hosting a podcast called Sorted with the Dyers with him.
In January 23, 2021, she gave birth to a son named Santiago with ex-partner Sammy Kimmence, who was jailed for three years after pleading guilty to fraud.
Moving on from her whirlwind romances, Dani finally settled down with footballer Jarrod Bowen and recently welcomed their twin girls Summer and Star.
As for Jack, he made his ITVbe debut in January, where he starred alongside Dani in their spinoff, Jack & Dani: Life After Love Island.
After their break-up, Jack took part in The All-New Monty as a part of the men’s line-up in an attempt to raise awareness for testicular cancer and also starred in Celebs Go Dating.
He now has a baby named Blossom, having revealed the news of his first child in January after he and his ex, Casey, kept the pregnancy a secret.
Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea – 2019 winners
To many viewers’ shock, Amber and Greg had only been a couple on the show for a couple of weeks but managed to steal the crown from Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury.
However, their romance didn’t last long after Amber revealed that Greg had dumped her over the phone during an appearance on Loose Women.
During the interview, she shared: “So from my point of view I still wanted to make it work. There was a call a few days prior just chatting, not specifically to do with that.”
Greg denies he dumped her by text, telling Ryan Tubridy of The Late Late Show: “I know it’s the old saying, but don’t believe everything you read.”
Amber has since gone on to come out and is dating footballer Jen Beattie, explaining she is still figuring out her sexuality.
Greg O’Shea continued his career in professional rugby, even flying off to Tokyo 2020 to compete for Team Ireland.
Liam Reardon and Millie Court – 2021 winners
One of the most explosive series, Liam and Millie beat co-stars Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran, and Faye Winter and Teddy Soares.
The pair were together for a while but split after rumours surfaced that Liam had cheated on Millie whilst out at a festival.
However, after months of hinting and teasing, the couple recently revealed they were back together and celebrated Liam’s birthday on a Virgin Atlantic Cruise.
Millie lives with co-star Chloe and often appears on her podcast Chloe’s World, whilst working with a lot of fashion and make-up brands.
Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti – 2022
On again off again couple Ekin-Su and David hosted their own TV series Ekin-Su & Davide: Homecomings, which saw the couple travelling to their home countries of Turkey and Italy.
At the beginning of the year, the couple announced they had split after Davide told Instagram fans: “The relationship has been on the rocks for months.”
The former couple awkwardly crossed paths over the summer at events and premieres but set tongues wagging when they were spotted “all over each other” at the ITV summer party before making their way home together.
In August, Davide seemingly teased their getting back together by posting a clip of him walking along the beach on his Instagram Stories, before officially confirming their love story was back on.
Davide told The Sun: “We are planning on moving back in together,” he revealed. “We feel comfortable in the situation because it’s like we have two houses.
“Whenever we are in Manchester, she is in Manchester with me and whenever we are down in Essex, we are in Essex together. It very rarely happens that I am in Manchester and she is in Essex.”
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