Love Island 2021 saw Millie Court and Liam Reardon Liam Reardon crowned the winners of the series.

After almost a year together, the pair announced they had split up on Wednesday with a heartbroken Millie, 25, announcing that she was "gutted" on Instagram telling her followers: "Hi everyone, to avoid any speculation Liam and I wanted to share with you that we have separated.

"It's been a tough decision and I am gutted but it's ultimately what is best for us right now. Thank you for every single one of you for supporting our relationship.

"Nothing will ever take away the amazing experience we have shared in Love Island & the past year and I wish Liam all the best in everything he does. We're both ready for new chapters and I'm excited for what's next."

While 23 year old Liam echoed her sentiment and wrote on Instagram: ""Honestly so gutted. But thank you to everyone single one of you for supporting our relationship. Nothing will ever take away from the amazing experience we shared in Love Island & the past year we've been so lucky to both come into each other's lives."

Last year saw fan-favourites Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank split up after they reportedly "didn't see a future together".

As we recover from Millie and Liam's shock split, here's the couple's from last year's Love Island who are still together.

Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran

Chloe Burrows and Toby have hit back at their fair share of split rumours, but still reportedly live together in a £1m mansion.

Their quirky relationship is reflected in their historical home where the one and only Henry VIII used to live.

However, their status as a couple has been under fire after Chloe dropped a hint that she may have split from Toby when ITV2 officially announced that Love Island would be returning to screens on Monday 6 June, to which Chloe reportedly commented: "Can I come back?”

Following this the pair looked loved up on a holiday to Jamaica in June where they posed for a series of pictures together.

Faye Winter and Teddy Soares

Teddy Soares was based in Manchester prior to the show, and former estate agent Faye Winter in her hometown of Devon, but they decided to move into a home on the outskirts of London.

When asked if they'd settled on a property, Faye said: "Yeah, our house is a bit of a project, which I'm a project manager for!"

The pair moved into their property at the end of last year, and gave OK!exclusive access into their luxury pad.

Faye has been documenting the renovations on Faye Home, an Instagram account dedicated to the upgrade, which offers up to date sneak peaks inside the home.

The couple's relationship is still as strong as ever as they enjoyed a recent romantic holiday to the Maldives.


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