Love Island Games winning couple confirm split

Love Island Games champions Jack Fowler and Justine Joy Ndiba have split, four months after winning the Love Island spinoff together.

Jack, who first appeared on series four of the UK version of Love Island in 2018, and Justine, who won season two of the reality competition's American version, were crowned joint winners of the first ever international Love Island Games.

The spinoff saw Islanders of various franchises come together for "another shot at love" – and a cash prize.

However, just four months after winning together, Jack and Justine have called it quits.

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In a now-expired statement posted to Jack's Instagram story, he wrote that although the couple have split, they are still friends.

"BIG love to everyone who supported me and Justine in Love Island Games. Winning together was actually mental."

Continuing, he added, "Feels like ages ago now lol but just wanted to say we are keeping it as friends."

He concluded: "It's all love and vibes between us", adding two red love heart emojis.

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They are not the only Love Island alumni to have recently announced their split; Molly Marsh and Zach Noble confirmed their separation after seven months of dating.

The couple left series 10 of Love Island in fourth place, with a statement for the pair saying: "The relationship has ended on good terms for both of them, and they wish nothing but the best for one another. They have both said, 'Relationships don't need to always end sour and sometimes parting as friends with the best memories is the best thing for everybody'."

On the flipside, Love Island: All Stars winners Molly Smith and Tom Clare recently shared they've made their relationship official.

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