The much-awaited Love Island 2021 is due to start on Monday, June 28 on ITV2, and we can't wait.
This will be the show's seventh series, and there is lots of potential for love to bloom.
Over the years, the show has already seen many contestants couple up on the reality show, and continue their romances outside the villa.
Some couples have unfortunately split up, but others have withstood the test of time.
Here is your ultimate guide to all the Love Island couples that are still together – and some have even gone on to get married and have babies!
Lucie Donlan and Luke Mabbott, 2019 and Winter 2020
Lucie Donlan and Luke Mabbott appeared on different seasons of Love Island, and were first linked after Luke split from his Love Island partner Demi Jones.
Lucie and Luke began dating in June 2020, and made their relationship public a month later.
The pair are still going strong, and often share loved up snaps on social media.
Rebecca Gromley and Biggs Chris
Rebecca Gromley and Biggs Chris didn't spend much time together in the villa.
Biggs was dumped from the Island during the Casa Amor twist, but they have found love after the show.
They made their relationship official during lockdown, and Rebecca is even considering to move to Scotland to be with him.
Biggs told The Sun: Biggs told us: "We're still going between each other's houses, but we've started looking at places.
"Rebecca will be moving in soon – I'm really excited.
"She's so close to her mum, but said she would move up to Scotland with me.”
Mike Boateng and Priscilla Anyabu, Winter 2020
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Mike Boateng came back from Casa Amor with Priscilla Anyabu, and has proved to be one of many success stories from that season.
Since emerging from the show they have made their romance official, and even spent lockdown together.
Talk has also turned to the pair's future, and they have even spoken about babies.
Speaking on Love Island: What Happened Next? Mike said: “We’re always planning ahead. Conversations about the future together. Children have been mentioned.”
Eva Zapico and Nas Majeed, Winter 2020
Nas Majeed returned from Cast Amor with Eva Zapico by his side, leaving Demi single.
Despite spending lockdown apart, they are still going strong.
They have since made their relationship official, and by the looks of it, have even moved in together.
Paige Turley and Finley Tapp, Winter 2020
Paige Turley and Finley Tapp are the current Love Island champions, having won the winter version of the show in 2020.
They are still together, and spent the coronavirus lockdown at Paige's family home in Scotland.
They recently moved to Manchester together, and have even started planning a potential wedding.
Paige has previously said: "I keep saying we’re getting married in the Maldives.
“I’m having two wedding dresses. He’s like, ‘Do I need to be in a kilt?’ I’m like, ‘Yeah that’s a Scottish wedding.'"
Callum Jones and Molly Smith, Winter 2020
Callum Jones decided to couple up with Molly Smith after Casa Amor, leaving Shaughna Phillips on her own when he returned to the villa.
The couple are still going strong, and live together in a four-bedroom house in Manchester.
Callum has previously hinted at plans to marry Molly in the past, and they also have a dog together.
Luke Trotman and Siannise Fudge, Winter 2020
Winter Love Island runners up Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman are still together and loved up.
In May 2020 the couple decided to move into a flat together in London after both staying at Luke's mum's place in Luton during lockdown.
They also have a dog together, a cockapoo called Nana.
In February 2021 the couple revealed they have plans to move somewhere more in the middle of their two hometowns Bristol and Luton – Windsor.
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague
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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury got together on day five of Love Island 2019, and despite many people accusing the influencer of faking her feelings – they are still together.
They moved in together after just a few months, and they currently live in Manchester.
They have also spoken about kids, with Molly-Mae saying in a YouTube video that Tommy is ready to have kids, but she wants to wait until the timing is right.
She said: "I just feel like when the time is right, we will know. Honestly, if it was up to Tommy, we would have a baby today, tomorrow and the next day. He wants so many kids."
Dom Lever and Jess Shears, 2017
Jess and Dom coupled up when she entered the villa on the second day of Love Island 2017.
She was dumped from the show on day 17, but vowed to stay by him.
A year after the show they got married in Greece, and just a few months later Jess announced she was pregnant.
In September 2019, she gave birth to a baby boy.
Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow, 2017
Camilla and Jamie got together during Love Island 2017, after the former bomb disposal expert spent most of the series being unlucky in love.
Luckily, model Jamie entered the villa late to sweep her off her feet.
Fast forward and the couple are still together, and have a baby girl called Nell Sophia.
Announcing the birth, she said: "Nell Sophia Jewitt, 4:32am, 27th October, 6lb 5oz. There may be a thousand new photos on my camera roll, but none of them could ever do justice to the way you have lit up our lives."
In February 2021 the couple also announced they were engaged.
Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde, 2016
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Cara and Nathan are the definition of standing the test of time.
They coupled up on the very first episode of Love Island series two, which aired back in 2016.
Just a year after meeting on the screen, Cara became pregnant.
The couple welcomed a baby boy, Freddie-George, in December 2017.
In 2018 Nathan asked Cara to marry him in the same villa they met. They married in June 2019.
A year later, in July 2020, the lovebirds welcomed daughter Delilah into to the world.
Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland, 2016
Olivia and Alex were runners up in the same season Cara and Nathan took home the cash prize.
The couple are still going strong, and tied the knot in a romantic ceremony in September 2018.
They also recently moved into their “dream home”, which they are renovating in the countryside.
Speaking of children, Olivia said she has no plans to star a family in the coming year.
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But she told The Sun: “Kids-wise, we do talk about it, and I think I’m more broody than I used to be and I do want to have kids.”
She added: “But we’re just so busy and one of the opportunities I have next year, I might have to move abroad for two months so I wouldn’t be able to have a baby next year anyway.”
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