Love Island's Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood have reportedly split less than two weeks after the final.
Although given how often they were on and off in the villa, we'd be shocked if they're not together again next week...
It's been claimed that Chris has called time on his relationship with Olivia for the time being over pictures of her with her ex-boyfriend.
According to The Sun, it's "all over" between the finalist Love Island couple now.
"Chris has told his close friends it's all over," an insider claimed. “He's furious and heartbroken to see her all over someone else.
“It’s clear that they are more than just mates, so he’s dumped her.”
UPDATE Chris has now taken to Instagram to insist that he and Olivia and are still going strong.
He said: "Regarding other aspect of today, manipulation is powerful in the public eye. She's been a princess to me ever since we landed back in the UK, and I don't blame people for judging as it's the world we live in, but understand I'm not naive to this situation.
"Unfortunately Olivia put herself in this position unintentionally, nobody understands the situation like ourselves, and that's the main point behind today"
The news follows rumours that Love Island 2017 winners Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay could also be at risk of going their separate ways.
A supposed 'friend' of Kem's has been spilling all and warned: “It all looks like the modern day fairytale from the outside, but there is already trouble in paradise."
They told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Knowing Kem, it will only be a matter of time before it all goes wrong.
“He always brags about how many women he has slept with, and I have never known him to be faithful to a partner.
"So I can’t see how this is going to be any different. I hope Amber knows what she is letting herself in for, because he sees this whole thing as a game."
However Kem hit back on twitter at the reports: "We are too strong to have immature, false stories affect us.. good effort though 😊💕 @Amber_Davies7"
Love Island airs on ITV2. The show will return next summer for a forth series.