It's now been six months since Love Island 2017 wrapped up on ITV2 but which couples are still together?
Long after last summer's show, it's all over for some couples, including the winners, but others are still together and one are even ENGAGED.
Here's the latest on who's split and who's still an item...
Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay
The winners of Love Island 2017 split up this month (December) after 132 days together.
“With sadness, we’ve decided to separate," they said in a statement. “We fell in love in the villa and want to thank all the fans of the show for supporting us.
"Our schedules made it difficult. We’ll remain good friends.”
Amber said on Twitter: "Would just like to say I am incredibly overwhelmed by everyone's lovely messages and comments. The love and support from you all has been absolutely heartwarming. Thank you so much ❤️"
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt were runners up on Love Island but never made their relationship official on the show.
Outside the villa, things are going strong between them. "It's been really fun, really surreal. I'm taking it one day at a time because it's new territory. It's hard to juggle and to know what decisions to make. It's been an experience," Jamie said.
He told new! magazine: "We're absolutely great. We're going from strength to strength.
"When we don't see each other for one or two days and every body is like 'Are you still together?' We're trying not to live our relationship too quickly."
He added: "As you saw on the show, Cam and me take things at our own pace and we're trying to be realistic. We'll keep going like that."
Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes
Shortly after their exit from the villa, it was reported that third placed Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes had parted ways.
However they stuck together despite numerous fallouts, until February 2018 where it was reported they had split for good.
"Olivia has been pushed to the limit by Chris. She's spent months putting up with him and his bad behaviour," a source told The Sun newspaper.
"She's done with him. She's stuck by him throughout everything," they continued, "She is fed up now and feels completely used by him. She's told him it's all over and that's it."
Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville
Couple Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville are still together and are now living together.
A source told The Sun newspaper last year: "Marcel has asked Gabby to move in with him and this will be happening early September once Gabby has undertaken the notice on her current apartment."
Meanwhile, away from the relationship, Marcel has released a single and will soon put out his very own 'book of love'.
Montana Brown and Alex Beattie
The first split of the last series' key couples, Montana Brown and Alex Beattie confirmed their break up just a couple of weeks after the show.
Confirming the news on Twitter, Montana wrote: "Alex and I have decided to split. Making our relationship work on the outside has been hard.
"He hasn't been the same since coming out of the villa. Despite this we are still close and I will always support him."
Alex added: "Me and Montana met yesterday and have decided that it's best to call it a day with our relationship with each other. It's been very hard on the outside to make us work how we desired.
"I still have strong feelings towards her and will be remaining close friends and supporting her throughout."
Dominic Lever and Jessica Shears
Despite all those rumours about 'Muggy' Mike, Dominic Lever and Jessica Shears remain an item.
In fact, they've even got ENGAGED just three months after meeting on the show.
"It happened the night before the TV Choice Awards," Jess told OK! Magazine. "We were staying in a lovely apartment in London. Dom filled it with flowers and had got us a bottle of champagne.
"I was grinning like a Cheshire Cat when Dom got down on one knee - he said afterwards that he had never seen me smile like that!"
Love Island returns in 2018 on ITV2 for its fourth series.