It’s that time of year when a villa full of sexy singles go head-to-head in an often brutal race to couple up on Love Island . But when the bikinis get packed away and the cameras stop rolling, what becomes of the lovers whose journeys have gripped the nation all summer? While some fizzle before the show’s even over – like 2018’s Alex George and Alexandra Crane – other prove they are the real deal by getting married and having kids. And there’s been no shortage of crossover hook-ups between the stars of the different series. From weddings and babies to breakups and tragedy, Mirror Online reveals what came next for your favourite couples… SERIES 5 – 2019 Winners: Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea After being throughly messed around by love rat Michael Griffiths, Newcastle beautician Amber thought she’d never find a man. That was until hunky Irish rugby player Greg swooped in and swept her off her feet. Despite only being together a matter of days, the couple claimed a shock win from former favourites Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague. Sadly, their love didn’t last with Greg allegedly dumping Amber by text. But she’s had the last laugh having… Read full this story
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