Love Island’s Ovie Soko and India Reynolds have reportedly split

Love Island couple Ovie Soko and India Reynolds have reportedly split.


Ovie & India finished in third place in Love Island 2019’s final earlier this year.

Although things appeared to be going strong on the outside world, it’s now been claimed that the pair have called time on their relationship.

According to the Daily Mail newspaper, Ovie and India have made an “amicable” decision to split “due to conflicting schedules.”

It was Greg O’Shea & Amber Gill who won love Island 2019 in July night beating Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague into second place.

Ovie & India finished third with Curtis Pritchard & Maura Higgins fourth in the live final.

Winners Greg and Amber split up shortly after the series, with Greg explaining: “We’re mad about each other, she’s gorgeous, smart, funny personality but you need to be realistic about the situation.


“She lives in the UK, every event wants her there and she deserves all of it. I decided to come back to Ireland to do my things here. We’re both so jam packed busy .. We’re just being realistic about the situation.”

However Curtis & Maura recently made their relationship official.

In an interview with this week’s OK! Magazine, Maura revealed how Curtis had asked her to be his girlfriend over a romantic dinner.

“He asked and I said yes obviously,” she explained. “He took me away for a weekend break, and he asked me out over dinner in London the next day.”

Curtis added: “I want something that’s going to last forever. There’s no point in rushing things. We’ve only known each other a short amount of time.”

Also still together are Tommy & Molly-Mae.

Tommy recently told OK! Magazine in a new interview all about his proposal plans.

“When the time comes it will be very extravagant and I’d get her the nicest ring she wants,” he said “Whatever Molly wants, she can have!”


Love Island will return in 2020 with its first ever winter series in January, filmed in Cape Town.

The summer season will air as usual from Majorca later in the year.