All the Love Island winning couples so far

Who made it to the series finale, and are they still together?

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The couples who have found love on Love Island. (ITV)

Love Island 2024 will return to TV screens on Monday, 3 June, with a new set of islanders looking for love in Mallorca.

The ITV2 dating show has crowned 1 winning couples since its revival in 2015, with some remembered as household TV names while others quickly faded into obscurity.

Before its runaway success, Love Island started out as a celebrity series for two runs in 2005 and 2006, but who has won since it opened up to regular singles looking for love?

Max Morley and Jess Hayes on Love Island series 1
Max Morley and Jess Hayes won the first series of Love Island. (ITV)

Winners: Jess Hayes and Max Morley

Runners up: Hannah Elizabeth and Jon Clark

What happened next: Even die-hard Love Island fans will have to search the outer reaches of their memories to unearth details of what happened way back in series one, when contestants really were looking for love rather than a reality TV career.

Sadly, things didn't work out for Jess and Max, who split just six weeks after winning. He went on to date Charlotte Crosby for a while, but they broke up when she was caught kissing ex Gaz Beadle.

Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde attend OK! Magazine's 25th Anniversary Party
Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde won the 2016 series. (Getty)

Winners: Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey

Runners up: Alex Bowen and Olivia Buckland

What happened next: Season two is probably the biggest success story in Love Island history.

Although winners Cara and Nathan had a brief wobble during their first pregnancy, they got back together shortly before she gave birth and are now married with two children.

They aren't the only ones: runners up Olivia and Alex are also married, and welcomed their first child last summer.

Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies arriving at the Logan Lucky UK premiere at Vue West End
Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies split soon after Love Island 2017. (Getty Images)

Winners: Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay

Runners up: Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt

What happened next: This was the year that Love Island got really big in the world of reality TV and although its relationships didn't work out, it led to stardom for many of the cast.

It wasn't long before Amber and Kem split, but she has gone on to star in various big name musicals while he has landed a huge amount of TV work, including presenting for This Morning and taking part in Dancing On Ice.

The enduring romance from season three was between Kem and best pal Chris Hughes.

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer during the Love Island Live photocall at ICC Auditorium
Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer broke up a year after winning Love Island. (WireImage)

Winners: Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham

Runners up: Laura Anderson and Paul Knops

What happened next: Danny Dyer's namesake daughter was the popular winner in 2018, but less than a year later they had split.

Dani rekindled things with her pre-Love Island ex Sammy Kimmence and they welcomed a son in 2021, but split when Kimmence was jailed for scamming two elderly men out of thousands. She welcomed twins with Premier League footballer Jarrod Bowen in 2023.

Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea on Love Island 2019
Amber Gill had a short-lived romance with Greg O'Shea. (ITV)

Winners: Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea

Runners up: Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury

What happened next: Amber and Greg had one of the shortest winning romances, splitting via text just five weeks later.

Meanwhile, runners up Molly-Mae and Tommy are still going strong and welcomed their first child, Bambi, in January 2023.

Finn Tapp and Paige Turley at a fan event for the film Black Widow
Finn Tapp and Paige Turley split in 2023. (AP)

Winners: Finn Tapp and Paige Turley

Runners up: Luke Trotman and Siannise Fudge

What happened next: The first ever winter series ended up being the only Love Island that year as the Covid pandemic hit shortly afterwards.

Paige and Finn split in 2023.

Liam Reardon and Millie Court arrive for the ITV Palooza 2021 at the Royal Festival Hall
Liam Reardon and Millie Court had a rocky time in the Love Island villa. (PA/Alamy)

Winners: Millie Court and Liam Reardon

Runners up: Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran

What happened next: Millie and Liam had a rocky time in the villa, especially when Liam's head was turned in Casa Amor.

They did try to make a go of things, but split just under a year later in July 2022, in time to hand the baton on to their successors.

Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti on Love Island 2022
Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti won Love Island 2022. (ITV)

Winners: Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti

Runners up: Gemma Owen and Luca Bish

What happened next: Summer 2022's champions Ekin-Su and Davide both entered as bombshells, but won the hearts of viewers as well as each other.

After leaving the show, they filmed a travel series about visiting their hometowns in Turkey and Italy. Ekin-Su took part in Dancing On Ice 2023 and Celebrity Big Brother 2024.

The pair separated in summer 2023. Meanwhile, runners up Gemma and Luca announced their split in late 2022.

Love Island 2023 winners Sanam Harrinanan and Kai Fagan
Sanam Harrinanan and Kai Fagan got engaged in 2024. (ITV/Shutterstock)

Winners: Sanam Harrinanan and Kai Fagan

Runners up: Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall

What happened next: Sanam and Kai got engaged in early 2023.

Kai made the news official via Instagram, writing: "Beautiful, caring, loving and smart are just some of the words that describe you. I love loving you, I love you and I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with you."

Jess Harding and Sammy Root on Love Island 2023
Jess Harding and Sammy Root were a short-lived item. (ITV)

Winners: Jess Harding and Sammy Root

Runners up: Whitney Adebayo and Lochan Nowacki

What happened next: Jess and Sammy broke up just weeks after leaving the Love Island villa, but assured fans that they were both "doing fine".

Molly Smith and Tom Clare on Love Island: All Stars 2024
Molly Smith and Tom Clare won Love Island: All Stars 2024. (ITV)

Winners: Molly Smith and Tom Clare

Runners up: Callum Jones and Jess Gale

What happened next: Molly and Tom won the first ever edition of Love Island: All Stars. As of April 2024, reports suggested that the pair were still going strong, with Molly revealing they were moving in together.

Love Island 2024 will start at 9pm on Monday, 3 June on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX.