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As Molly-Mae Hauge announces her pregnancy, FEMAIL reveals the Love Island couples still together

Molly-Mae Hague has announced she is expecting her first child with her boyfriend Tommy Fury, but they’re far from the only Love Island stars to have found lasting love in the villa. 

The ITV reality TV show, which has had eight series since 2015, has spawned four marriages and seven children – with Molly-Mae and Tommy’s set to be the eighth to join the Love Island brood. 

Among the biggest success stories are Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, who appeared in the third series in 2017, and share two children.

Fellow Love Island alums Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen, who spiced things up on the show in 2016, have just celebrated their four-year wedding anniversary with their three-month-old son.

Meanwhile Faye Winter and Teddy Soares from the 2021 series have just expanded their family with an adorable new golden retriever puppy.

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury: Expecting their first child

Series 5, 2019

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury met on series 5 of Love Island in 2019, finishing in second place

The PrettyLittleThing creative director and the boxer, both 23, became official just weeks after their first villa date and moved in together in Manchester a month after landing back in the UK in 2019

The PrettyLittleThing creative director and the boxer, both 23, became official just weeks after their first villa date and moved in together in Manchester a month after landing back in the UK in 2019

Molly-Mae and Tommy previously rented a £1.3million flat while hunting for their dream home. But in March 2022, they revealed they had finally found the right house for them, purchasing a £4million six-bedroom home in affluent Cheshire (pictured)

Molly-Mae and Tommy previously rented a £1.3million flat while hunting for their dream home. But in March 2022, they revealed they had finally found the right house for them, purchasing a £4million six-bedroom home in affluent Cheshire (pictured)

Molly-Mae and Tommy took to Instagram to announce in a tear jerking video that they are expecting their first child

Molly-Mae and Tommy took to Instagram to announce in a tear jerking video that they are expecting their first child

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury met on series 5 of Love Island in 2019, finishing in second place.

The PrettyLittleThing creative director and the boxer became official just weeks after their first villa date and moved in together in Manchester a month after landing back in the UK in 2019.

Molly-Mae and Tommy previously rented a £1.3million flat while hunting for their dream home.

But in March 2022, they revealed they had finally found the right house for them, purchasing a £4million six-bedroom home in affluent Cheshire. It boasts a luxurious contemporary design, 5,000 sq ft of land, and a tranquil garden.

Molly revealed the move by launching a new social media profile on Instagram called Molly Maison, where she plans to document more of her personal life.

Former Love Islander Molly snapped up the Cheshire residence before it went on the market and will now have the likes of England footballers Marcus Rashford, 24, and Jordan Pickford, 28, as neighbours.

A source told MailOnline: ‘Molly fell in love with the property as soon as she saw it. It has everything she had been looking for including a luxurious contemporary design, stylish interiors, and a landscape garden.

‘Molly also loved the bohemian influences, which is reminiscent of her travels to Ibiza and Tulum in Mexico. She purchased the house straight from the developer so wasted no time in snapping up the property after being so persistent with her search for the perfect home.’

Molly proudly announced the beginning of her ‘new chapter’ to her 6.2million Instagram followers, saying: ‘A three-year search for our first home, which some of you have followed, has finally come to an end.

‘I know a lot of you won’t have been expecting me to do a home account as I have become a lot more private about what I post of our home life. However, having a home account is something that I have always dreamed of doing.’ 

Molly’s new abode, which has recently been refurbished, has a grand entrance complete with double front doors, marble flooring, and an elegant staircase.

The house has six spacious bedrooms, multiple bathrooms, the main boasting his and hers sinks, and a large living space, where Molly and Tommy will no doubt relax of an evening while watching their favourite Harry Potter films.

And now the couple have announced that they are expecting their first child together. 

Taking to social media Molly posted a video, on Sunday, which began with her crying while reading those words in her end-of-season Love Island speech to Tommy during their 2019 stint on the ITV show.

After the pair hug in the throw-back clip, Molly-Mae unveiled a close-up her baby bump in a form-fitting ribbed sleeveless dress as ‘The Night We Met’ by Lord Huron could be heard playing.

Tommy can then be seen crouched down, gently kissing her tummy while Molly-Mae laughs with joy, with her hands placed above and below her baby bump, before the pair share a loving embrace.

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen: Married with one child 

Series 2, 2016

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen met on series two of Love Island in 2016, when Alex arrived as a bombshell, with the couple ultimately finishing in second place

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen met on series two of Love Island in 2016, when Alex arrived as a bombshell, with the couple ultimately finishing in second place

The couple, aged 28 and 30, moved in together within weeks and Alex proposed during a romantic trip to New York in December after just five months of dating

The couple, aged 28 and 30, moved in together within weeks and Alex proposed during a romantic trip to New York in December after just five months of dating

In September 2018, Olivia and Alex, formerly a sales executive and scaffolder respectively, tied the knot in the first-ever Love Island wedding in front of friends, family and reality TV co-stars at Gosfield Hall, in Essex

In September 2018, Olivia and Alex, formerly a sales executive and scaffolder respectively, tied the knot in the first-ever Love Island wedding in front of friends, family and reality TV co-stars at Gosfield Hall, in Essex

The couple welcomed their their three-month-old son Abel in June and have since looked every inch the doting parents. Earlier this month they were snapped taking their son out for a stroll in Mykonos, Greece whilst celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary

The couple welcomed their their three-month-old son Abel in June and have since looked every inch the doting parents. Earlier this month they were snapped taking their son out for a stroll in Mykonos, Greece whilst celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary

Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen met on series two of Love Island in 2016, with the couple ultimately finishing in second place.

The couple, aged 28 and 30, moved in together within weeks and Alex proposed during a romantic trip to New York in December after just five months of dating.

In September 2018, Olivia and Alex, formerly a sales executive and scaffolder respectively, tied the knot in the first-ever Love Island wedding in front of friends, family and reality TV co-stars at Gosfield Hall, in Essex.

The couple are still just as loved-up as ever, documenting their married life from their lavish £1million Essex home where they live with their two French Bulldogs Winnie and Reggie.

The ITV2 favourites have continued to capitalise on their popularity, and have become one of the show’s biggest financial success story, amassing an estimated combined £4.3million fortune since leaving the villa.

Olivia shared the happy news she was pregnant with her first child with Alex on New Year’s Day.

The couple welcomed their their three-month-old son Abel in June and have since looked every inch the doting parents. 

Earlier this month they were snapped taking their son out for a stroll in Mykonos, Greece whilst celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary. 

They both took to Instagram to share loved-up throwback snaps from their big day in 2018.

Olivia recently shared a candid Instagram post breastfeeding as she openly discussed her journey since becoming a mother.

She revealed she wasn’t sure if she’d be able to breastfeed when she first got pregnant as she ‘isn’t a maternal person’ – as well as highlighting that sometimes there are ‘difficult days’ with the process.

She shared two snaps – one looking glamorous as she cuddled her little one in her arms and another more ‘real’ shot as she looked teary-eyed and tired while breastfeeding.

Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde: Married with two children

Series 2, 2016

Not only are series two winners Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde still together, they are married with two children

Not only are series two winners Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde still together, they are married with two children

The road to happiness wasn't plain sailing for the duo, however. The couple (pictured with their son in May 2021) split less than a year after the show, despite Cara being pregnant with Nathan's son at the time

The road to happiness wasn’t plain sailing for the duo, however. The couple (pictured with their son in May 2021) split less than a year after the show, despite Cara being pregnant with Nathan’s son at the time

They reconciled, however, and got back together at Christmas 2017, a few weeks before Cara welcomed their baby, who they named Freddie-George. They got married in a low-key ceremony in the summer of 2019. They welcomed a daughter, Delilah, in 2020

They reconciled, however, and got back together at Christmas 2017, a few weeks before Cara welcomed their baby, who they named Freddie-George. They got married in a low-key ceremony in the summer of 2019. They welcomed a daughter, Delilah, in 2020

The couple are pictured here with their young family on a day out in London at the flagship LEGO store

The couple are pictured here with their young family on a day out in London at the flagship LEGO store

It wasn’t just Olivia and Alex who found love on season two. 

Not only are series winners Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde still together, they are married with two children. 

The road to happiness wasn’t plain sailing for the duo, however. They split less than a year after the show, despite Cara being pregnant with Nathan’s son at the time.

They reconciled at Christmas 2017, a few weeks before Cara welcomed their baby, who they named Freddie-George.

The couple later revisited the Love Island villa and Nathan shocked Cara by asking her to marry him. They got married in a low-key ceremony in the summer of 2019. They welcomed a daughter, Delilah, in 2020.

They have also appeared on TOWIE, as have many other Love Islanders following their stint in the villa.

Cara told MailOnline previously: ‘I’ll be honest I don’t really watch Love Island anymore because the people on there, they’re just so pretty and everything and it just stresses me out watching these girls walk around and I think “I don’t look like that anymore.”

‘I think it’s a really difficult thing to go into now and I’ll be honest I don’t think I would want to go into Love Island now. It’s too big of an industry now for me. It would stress me out too much.

‘With Nathan and I and the earlier series it was all about love – we had no expectations of what Love Island was. 

‘I went in there because I didn’t want to pay rent for six weeks! I thought I’ll go in there, I’m a little bit of a weirdo and nobody is going to fancy me and I fell in love and met my husband!’

Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt: Married with two children

Series 3, 2017 

Series three saw Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt narrowly miss out on the crown, finishing in second place

Series three saw Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt narrowly miss out on the crown, finishing in second place

In February 2021, Jamie proposed to Camilla with their baby daughter wearing a personalised baby grow which read: 'Mummy, will you marry my Daddy?'

In February 2021, Jamie proposed to Camilla with their baby daughter wearing a personalised baby grow which read: ‘Mummy, will you marry my Daddy?’

Earlier this year, the pair announced the arrival of their second child, a daughter called Nora Belle Jewitt (pictured together)

 Earlier this year, the pair announced the arrival of their second child, a daughter called Nora Belle Jewitt (pictured together)

Series three saw Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt narrowly miss out on the crown, finishing in second place.

Camilla was initially unlucky-in-love during her stint on the ITV2 dating show, after her budding romance with Jonny Mitchell came to end as he began pursuing Tyla Carr. 

However things turned around when she met Calvin Klein model, Jamie.

In February 2019, the couple, both aged 32, moved into their own home after living at his parents’ house following their exit from the ITV2 dating show. 

The following year, the pair announced they were expecting their first child together, and in October 2020 they welcomed a baby girl called Nell.

In February 2021, Jamie proposed to Camilla with their baby daughter wearing a personalised baby grow which read: ‘Mummy, will you marry my Daddy?’

The pair went on to marry in a romantic ceremony last year and announced they were expecting their second child together in December.

In May 2022, the pair announced the arrival of their second child, a daughter called Nora Belle Jewitt.

The couple shared a heartwarming video featuring images of their new addition, who was born ahead of her June due date.

Captioning the post, they penned: ‘Our beautiful early bird Nora Belle Jewitt. Born 27 May 2022, a sister for our gorgeous little Nell Sophia.’

The sweet clip, set to Ed Sheeran’s song Welcome To The World, shows the happy couple’s pregnancy announcement at Christmas, where they told of their baby joy using tree decorations.

It also showed their baby bundled up in a white baby grow and hat, with another seeing the proud parents posing with the tot shortly after her birth. 

Jess Shears and Dom Lever: Married with two children

Series 3, 2017 

Jess Shears and Dom Lever met on series 3 of Love Island in 2017, where they left separately and early on in the series

Jess Shears and Dom Lever met on series 3 of Love Island in 2017, where they left separately and early on in the series

The pair announced their engagement after three months of dating and married in a romantic ceremony on the Greek Island of Mykonos in October 2018

 The pair announced their engagement after three months of dating and married in a romantic ceremony on the Greek Island of Mykonos in October 2018

They revealed that they were expecting their first child in May 2019, seven months after tying the knot, and welcomed their baby boy in September that year

They revealed that they were expecting their first child in May 2019, seven months after tying the knot, and welcomed their baby boy in September that year

Jess gave birth to their second son in June 2022 and has since been sharing pictures of their young family. The couple live in Devon, where Jess originates from, and are currently renovating their dream home

Jess gave birth to their second son in June 2022 and has since been sharing pictures of their young family. The couple live in Devon, where Jess originates from, and are currently renovating their dream home

Jess Shears and Dom Lever met on series 3 of Love Island in 2017 but only got together outside the villa. 

They both left separately and early on in the series.  

The pair announced their engagement after three months of dating and married in a romantic ceremony on the Greek Island of Mykonos in October 2018.

They revealed that they were expecting their first child in May 2019, seven months after tying the knot, and welcomed their baby boy in September that year.

In March 2022, Jess, 28, and Dom, 31, announced they’re expecting a second child by sharing a video showing Jess’ pregnancy test and a baby scan, plus son Presley kissing her tummy, alongside the caption: ‘Our family is growing.’

Jess gave birth to their second son in June 2022 and has since been sharing pictures of their young family.

The couple live in Devon, where Jess originates from, and are currently renovating their dream home.

Paige Turley and Finn Tapp: Plans to marry

Series 6, 2020 

Paige Turley and Finn Tapp were crowned the winners of the show's first winter edition

Paige Turley and Finn Tapp were crowned the winners of the show’s first winter edition

The Scottish singer, 24, and footballer, 22, decided to move in together into their own flat in Manchester in June 2020 after staying at her parents' house in Scotland. Pictured together in October 2020

The Scottish singer, 24, and footballer, 22, decided to move in together into their own flat in Manchester in June 2020 after staying at her parents’ house in Scotland. Pictured together in October 2020

Finn previously revealed 'there's no question in his mind' that he will marry Paige, he also teased that he has been thinking about proposing to his girlfriend

Finn previously revealed ‘there’s no question in his mind’ that he will marry Paige, he also teased that he has been thinking about proposing to his girlfriend

Paige Turley and Finn Tapp were crowned the winners of the show’s first winter edition.

The Scottish singer, 24, and footballer, 22, decided to move in together into their own flat in Manchester in June 2020 after staying at her parents’ house in Scotland.

Finn previously revealed ‘there’s no question in his mind’ that he will marry Paige, he also teased that he has been thinking about proposing to his girlfriend.

Last year Paige admitted that she thought she would be booted out of the villa after a week in the sun. 

Speaking on Lorraine, she said: ‘I only expected to go and get a suntan for a week, maybe date a couple of guys and that would be it. Obviously, I went on and met Finn and we went on to win it. So it was definitely not what I had thought when I was in there.

‘I thought I would be sunbathing all day, whereas you’re out doing quite a lot of challenges or with somebody on dates. You’ve never got that much time to kill, which I thought was fine.’

Finn thought he would date a couple of the islanders while he was on the show, but he didn’t expect to find The One. He explained: ‘Not in a million years did I think I would actually find someone.

‘There’s five girls and five boys to start off, so you’re gonna have a few dates here and there but you never think you’re gonna find the one that you move out with two three months down the line. It was crazy.’ 

Molly Smith and Callum Jones: Living together two years on

Series 6, 2020 

Molly Smith and Callum Jones met on series 6 of the winter edition of Love Island in 2020, where they left before the finale

Molly Smith and Callum Jones met on series 6 of the winter edition of Love Island in 2020, where they left before the finale

The couple (pictured together in October 2020), aged 27 and 25, moved into a lavish four-bedroom house in Manchester that November after meeting on the show

The couple (pictured together in October 2020), aged 27 and 25, moved into a lavish four-bedroom house in Manchester that November after meeting on the show

Molly Smith and Callum Jones met on series 6 of the winter edition of Love Island in 2020, where they left before the finale.

The couple, aged 28 and 26, moved into a lavish four-bedroom house in Manchester that November after meeting on the show.

Former scaffolder Callum has previously revealed that he can see himself marrying model Molly and potentially having children together.

Last month the couple celebrated two years together as Molly posted a sweet throwback snap with her beau on social media.  She captioned the photo: Happy 2 years @callum_jones’ 

They have gone from strength to strength – but it wasn’t always smooth sailing for the couple, as their get-together caused a stir on the ITV2 show. 

Callum entered the show as one of the original contestants and connected with Shaugna Phillips at the beginning.

The couple’s relationship continued to blossom until the infamous Casa Amor came along – which saw Molly’s arrival to the show.

Molly and Callum hit it off upon meeting, and he decided to return to the villa with her – leaving Shaugna devastated as she was left to fly solo. 

Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico: Made things official

Series 6, 2020 

Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico (pictured) met on series 6 of the winter edition of Love Island in 2020, where they left before the finale

Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico (pictured) met on series 6 of the winter edition of Love Island in 2020, where they left before the finale

The couple (pictured in October 2020) went official in July that year when Nas revealed he had finally asked Eva to be his girlfriend after meeting in the villa

The couple (pictured in October 2020) went official in July that year when Nas revealed he had finally asked Eva to be his girlfriend after meeting in the villa

Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico met on series 6 of the winter edition of Love Island in 2020, where they left before the finale.

The couple went official in July that year when Nas revealed he had finally asked Eva to be his girlfriend after meeting in the villa.

Nas and Eva have been going strong ever since, with the loved-up duo regularly sharing glimpses into their romance on social media.

Nas revealed he’d finally asked Eva to be his girlfriend, during a cosy date at Jin Bo Law in central London.

Confirming the news with fans on Instagram, the reality star shared a sweet snap from their romantic evening, which he captioned: ‘Officially a couple #securedthebag #trustinyoursauce.’ (sic)

An excited Eva uploaded an identical image to her social media platform, which she captioned: ‘I’VE GOT A BOYFRENNNNNNNN.’ (sic)  

The social media influencer was kicked out of the Love Island villa ahead of the final alongside her beau when he dumped eventual runner-up Demi Jones. 

In July 2022, Nas and Eva celebrated their two-year anniversary together.  

Toby Aromolaran and Chloe Burrows: Living together

Series 7, 2021

Love Island stars Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran's (pictured), who appeared on series seven of the popular show in 2021, moved in together six months ago

Love Island stars Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran’s (pictured), who appeared on series seven of the popular show in 2021, moved in together six months ago

Chloe said it is 'easy' living with her boyfriend Toby (pictured together) after they met on Love Island ¿ and they agreed to move in together as soon as the show ended

Chloe said it is ‘easy’ living with her boyfriend Toby (pictured together) after they met on Love Island – and they agreed to move in together as soon as the show ended

Love Island stars Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran’s, who appeared on series seven of the popular show in 2021, moved in together six months ago.

Chloe reignited her romance with Toby despite vowing she’d never forgive him after he dumped her in the Love Island villa, with the pair finishing runner-up behind winners Liam Reardon and Millie Court. 

In March 2022, a source claimed the pair’s relationship had hit the rocks after they were struggling to see each other due to their busy schedules. 

An insider told The Sun: ‘It was touch and go for Chloe and Toby just a few weeks ago. They’ve both been working really hard and were finding it difficult to make time for each other.

‘It looked like they were going to call it a day, but after crisis talks have realised they’ve got something worth fighting for.’   

It comes after Chloe said it is ‘easy’ living with her boyfriend Toby after they met on Love Island – and they agreed to move in together as soon as the show ended.

The reality star admitted their relationship has ‘matured’ since they found love in the villa and those who believe it’s ‘too soon’ for the pair to be living together have ‘forgotten’ how intense the ITV2 dating series is.

Chloe told MailOnline: ‘I have never lived with a boyfriend before but don’t forget we lived in really intense conditions all summer, we were together 24/7 – this is nothing.

‘This is very easy; there has been no adjustment period because we’re so used to being around each other.

‘People have the assumption that it’s a bit “too soon” but they forget how intense Love Island is – I can never explain it to someone, until you’ve been in it you don’t get it. I remember watching it and thinking why are they crying on week one?

‘We wanted to move in together sooner. We came straight off Love Island and started looking at flats. It just took us a while to find the right one.’

The former marketing specialist explained herself and semi-professional footballer Toby felt it was important to move forward in their relationship and commit to each other fully.

MailOnline revealed Chloe and Toby moved into a £1million property in Essex in November 2021 that was once owned by King Henry VII. 

Faye Winter and Teddy Soares: Living together

Series 7, 2021

Happy couple Faye Winter and Teddy Soares met in the Love Island villa summer of 2021 and have been together ever since

Happy couple Faye Winter and Teddy Soares met in the Love Island villa summer of 2021 and have been together ever since

When the couple (pictured in November 2021) decided to move in together they had some backlash from the shows fans saying they were moving too quick

When the couple (pictured in November 2021) decided to move in together they had some backlash from the shows fans saying they were moving too quick

The pair recently adopted an adorable golden retriever. Faye and Teddy made a joint Instagram post to share the news with their followers. In the photo, the happy couple beam with their puppy in their laps

The pair recently adopted an adorable golden retriever. Faye and Teddy made a joint Instagram post to share the news with their followers. In the photo, the happy couple beam with their puppy in their laps

Happy couple Faye Winter and Teddy Soares met in the Love Island villa summer of 2021 and have been together ever since. 

When they decided to move in together they had some backlash from the shows fans saying they were moving too quick. 

However, Devon native Faye, who is a former estate agent, was quick to fire back during an exclusive MailOnline interview. 

She said: ‘It was so weird not living together even for the couple of months that we didn’t have our place.

Faye continued: ‘Who is anyone else to judge what we do in our lives? I don’t judge anyone else for what they do in their relationship. Some people think they’re entitled to an opinion that I don’t think I am entitled to about others.’

The pair recently adopted an adorable golden retriever.

Faye and Teddy made a joint Instagram post to share the news with their followers. In the photo, the happy couple beam with their puppy in their laps. 

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