Most Successful Love Island Couples of All Time

Love Island is an iconic reality show that has captured the hearts of millions of viewers around the world. From long-lasting relationships to one-off hook-ups, watch as we explore the most successful love stories of all time.

by Hanishagopica

Updated Mar 28, 2024

Most Successful Love Island Couples of All Time

Most Successful Love Island Couples of All Time

1. Molly Mae and Tommy Fury

One of the most popular couples on the show is undoubtedly Molly and Tommy Fury. Molly, an influencer, and Tommy, a boxer, first met on the series in 2019 and have been inseparable ever since. They made it to the semi-finals in 2019 and have since moved into their Cheshire home. In January 2023, they welcomed their first baby girl, Bambi.

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2. Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen

Olivia and her then-boyfriend Alex made a name for themselves on Season 2 of The Bachelorette in 2016, where they met and fell in love. The couple went through a lot of challenges in their relationship, but it all worked out in the end. There were plenty of wholesome moments between them in Season 2.

The couple got married in September 2018 and after four years of marriage, they have a son together named Abel. They live in a mansion, have a clothing line, and a cute baby.

3. Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt

Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt secured second place in the year 2017. Two years later the couple moved to their own home. In October 2020, the couple announced that they had welcomed their first   child together, a daughter named Nell.

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4. Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti

During their time on love island in 2022, Ekin-s Su and Davide experienced a lot of highs and lows. However, after winning the show, they now have a new reality show together on ITV and are in love all over again.

5. Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde

Nathan and Cara Massey, winners of the second series, tied the knot in a low-key wedding in summer 2019. The couple welcomed their first daughter, Delilah, into the world in 2020. Nathan and Cara have two other children, a son, Freddie-George, and a daughter.

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6. Jess Shears and Dom Lever 

Dom Lever and Jess Shears, who shot to fame during the 2017 series of Love Island, began dating outside the villa and tied the knot in October 2018. The couple tied the knot in a romantic wedding on the Greek island of Mykonos and welcomed their son, Presley, into the world seven months later. In June 2022, Jess welcomed their second child.

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7. Tyrique and Ella T

Ella and Tyrique are arguably the most controversial couple at the villa. They’ve been through a lot together, including Ella B’s flirtatious entrance and Ty’s infatuation.Ella and Ty told each other they were in love for the first time.

8. Will and Jessie

Many Love Island couples face the challenge of a long-distance relationship once they step out of the villa. However, none have faced it quite like Australia-based Will and Jessie. However, since leaving the show, the couple have seemingly been able to keep things together, with Jessie spending time with Will’s family on their family farm.

9. Indiyah and Dami

Indiyah and Dami, fans favorite, are still together after their stint in the villa.During their time in the villa, Dami and Indiyah had a few problems. Dami chose to date Summer Botwe after the Casa Amor twist, even though he had flirted with Indiyah before the twist.

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Indiyah, on the other hand, chose to date Deji, bringing him into the main villa. This led to a heated argument between the two.Eventually, Indiyah and Deji reconciled and ended up leaving the show together.Since then, the couple have moved in together and often share cute couple videos and pics on their social media accounts.

10. Olivia And Chris

Olivia’s relationship with Chris was a rollercoaster, but one that captivated viewers from the moment they arrived at the villa. Her fiery personality paired with Chris’s polar bear personality made them an unlikely but entertaining pair, and their wild antics were put to the test when it came time for them to be parents for the first time.

Olivia named the baby Cash, but Chris didn’t think so. The couple soon realized that the baby’s name paired with his last name sounded a lot like cashews.The baby challenge was a classic, with Chris in tears after forming a bond with little Cash, and Olivia calling Chris “pathetic” for crying over a baby doll.

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About the Show 

Love Island is a dating game show set in the United Kingdom. It is a spin-off of the popular celebrity series Love Island, which ran for two series between 2005 and 2006. Love Island is the creator of the global Love Island franchise, which has been produced in twenty-two countries around the world. Love Island is one of the most popular and influential shows in British popular culture. In 2018, it became ITV2’s most-watched show in the network’s history. As of 2020, Love Island is the most-watched TV show among the 16-34-year-old demographic. 

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Whether it’s Maura’s lack of filter or Chris’s need to rap to lighten the mood, there’s no shortage of interesting contestants on Love Island UK. We’ve seen them date, fall in love, get mugged and create some of the most memorable TV moments of all time.


A group of single “Islanders” gather in a picturesque villa in a picturesque tropical paradise. They’re on a mission to find love, but, as always, the journey to love is never easy. Not only do they have to choose their perfect partner, but they also have to win over the hearts of the viewers. 

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There are challenges and dramatic twists as the Islanders form an alliance, while relationships are formed in an attempt to win the grand prize. Viewers have the power to shape events on the big screen as they watch relationships grow, and one lucky couple will be crowned the winner of a cash prize.

Streaming Platforms

ITV2 and ITVX are the streaming platforms. You can also watch Love Island in Peacock. 

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