'Love Island' winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham announce split

Amy West
Contributor
Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer have split again, just months after rekindling their romance (ITV2)

They might have gone the distance and were crowned everyone’s favourite couple on the most recent series of dating reality show Love Island, but Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer have announced that they have split for the second time.

Fincham, 26, revealed the news on Wednesday 3 April via his personal Instagram page. He wrote: “There is no easy way to say this and it isn’t going to be an easy time but me an Dani are not in a relationship anymore.

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“We will always care a lot for each other and have love for each other and I mean that from the bottom of my heart and I wish her nothing but happiness.”

He continued: “We have some amazing memories together and have been through a lot but sometimes things aren’t meant to be and we really did try to make it work but it unfortunately didn’t and that is life.


“That’s all I have to say, a break up is hard enough as it is for both of us let alone in the public eye so I hope everyone is considerate and understands this.”

Dyer is yet to talk publicly about the break-up, which comes just a few months after the pair rekindled their romance following a previous split. Back in December, the twosome stated that they had called it quits on their five-month relationship as they’d “come to the realisation that [it was] not meant to be long-term.”

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At the time, Dyer explained on Instagram: “Jack & I have sadly decided to part ways. It’s been an incredible six months, and we will always have a place in our hearts for each other. We both plan to stay friends. I hope you’ll all understand.”

But just a few days later, they confirmed that they were still together with Dyer suggesting that the brief disagreement came about due to the pressures of “being in the public eye.”