Another Love Island couple split as Jack Fowler and Laura Crane 'go their separate ways'

Jack & Laura

Another of Love Island 2018's couples have split, two months on from the final.

Jack Fowler & Laura Crane have announce they are no longer together.

They were originally eliminated from the villa together before ever becoming an official couple on the show.

Now they've announced in a joint statement that their relationship is no more.

Laura said: "Sadly Jack and I have both decided to go our separate ways due to such busy schedules right now and not having the time to spend together.

"Feel truly blessed to have got to share my Love Island experience with him and to have made a friend for life, we will carry on supporting each other on this journey and I can't wait to see where it takes us."

Jack added to the Metro newspaper: "We met in extraordinary circumstances and had an amazing time getting to know each other, both whilst in the villa and outside of it but our lives are currently taking us in different directions, we will remain friends and I will support her in whatever she does."

They are the latest of this year's pairs to split up, just a week after Laura Anderson & Paul Knops.

Laura & Paul finished as runners up on this year's show despite not being in an official couple.

And earlier in 2018, Samira and Frankie became the first of this year's couples to split after cheating claims.

A rep for Samira, who quit the show to be with Frankie, said: "Samira will be taking some time out from her relationship with Frankie to focus on herself and future work opportunities.

"They have spoken in depth about the recent events and Samira feels a break for now is the best thing for both of them so they can see what the future holds."

A spokesperson for Frankie said: "Frankie wholeheartedly knows that his actions were not acceptable and has apologised to Samira."

As it stands, the other couples from this year's Love Island final - including winners Dani Dyer & Jack Fincham - remain together.

Also making it to the end of 2018's season were Josh Denzel & Kazimir 'Kaz' Crossley and Megan Barton Hanson & Wes Nelson.

Love Island will return to ITV2 next summer.

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