Love Island's Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan 'split after five weeks together'

Belle and Anton at the dumping.

Love Island's Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan have reportedly become the latest couple to split.

Anton & Belle just missed out on making the Love Island 2019 final, finishing the competition in fifth place.

Now it's claimed their relationship is on the rocks over Anton's partying in Ibiza with Craig David.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Belle has seen all the pictures and videos of Anton in Ibiza and now just wants out."

They went on to allege: “His obsession with Craig David also made her feel awkward. He seemed to be more excited about reuniting with Craig than speaking to her.”

Meanwhile, a source close to Anton revealed to the Daily Mirror of the 'split': "There are no hard feelings, he thinks she's a lovely girl, but he's too busy working 24/7.

"He's just taken a two day break to Ibiza and then he's literally working every day for the next few months, so it's not fair to get into a relationship when he can't give it the time it deserves."

Although they were dating, Anton and Belle never actually made things official - or 'do bits'.

Anton revealed to new magazine last month: "When we've seen each other we've been tired and gone straight to bed. We're taking it slow. It's very PG."

He added: "Everyone's saying this 'making it official' as if we've been in a relationship for so long. I'm very much a realist. It's only been a week or so since the show ended.

"We've still got a bit of dating to do on the outside before we know if it's going to work. But we're both on the same page, which is important."

Earlier this summer, Chris Taylor and Harley Brash became the first couple to split outside the villa.

The pair lasted to the final week of the competition but didn't quite make it into the final four.

Harley said recently of the split: "We were just better off as friends…we had such busy schedules and we both realised that it was better to break it off now and we could still be friends."

Meanwhile, the four couples that made the final - Curtis Pritchard & Maura Higgins, Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague, Greg O'Shea & Amber Gill and Ovie Soko & India Reynolds - all currently remain together.

Love Island will return to ITV2 in the new year for its first winter series.

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