Love Island has been off our screens for a number of weeks now, after the emotional rollercoaster of series five came to an end in July.
The last series of the ITV2 smash hit saw more ups and downs than ever has couples everywhere split-up, made-up and cried on their friends' shoulders.
And the highs and lows have continued until well after the show's end, with three couples already deciding to call it quits less then six weeks after leaving the sunny villa.
Chris Taylor and Harley Brash were the first couple to split after blaming their work commitments, while Anton and Belle followed in their footsteps soon after.
On Friday we saw perhaps the biggest shock of them all after surprise winners Greg and Amber decided to call it a day on their relationship, only five weeks after taking home the £50,000 cash prize.
But over the years the show has seen very few relationships last the distance, with last year's winners Jack and Dani splitting less than a year after it ended.
Here, we take a look at which couples from previous series are still going strong since they packed their bags and waved goodbye to that villa life.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, 2017
Camilla and Jamie won over the hearts of viewers when they coupled up on the show back in 2017.
After being dumped by Jonny Mitchell, it seemed villa sweetheart Camilla was going to be unlucky in love forever before she finally found her match in Jamie.
The pair eventually finished runners up to Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies, but unlike them, their relationship has lasted and in February this year they announced they had taken the plunge and moved in together with their dogs Audrey and Gus.
Jess Shears and Dom Lever, 2017
Despite being the first couple kicked out of the villa, Jess and Dom's relationship has lasted the distance and have become one of Love Island's biggest success stories.
Not only did the couple marry in Mykonos in October last year, but they also announced earlier this month that they are expecting their first baby together.
But despite the success of their relationship, we can't let them forget their bizarre "wedding" on Good Morning Britain last year which saw them "married" by Richard Arnold in an odd mock ceremony on live TV.
Cara De La Hoyd and Nathan Massey, 2016
Fan favourites Cara and Nathan split soon after winning the 2016 series but got back together a few weeks before Cara gave birth to Freddie-George in December 2017.
And on a return visit to the Love Island villa, Nathan proposed to Cara and the couple married in a low-key ceremony earlier this summer.
Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen, 2016
Olivia and Alex became one of the show's strongest couples after they met and fell in love in front of the nation way back in 2016.
After a rocky start, the pair soon became inseparable and their relationship has since gone from strength to strength.
They became the first Love Island couple to tie the knot when they married in a particularly lavish ceremony in September last year.
Love Island is on ITV2 at 9pm weekdays and Sundays