Love Island's Anton reveals reason for Georgia Harrison split

Love Island: All Stars' Anton Danyluk has revealed the real reason behind his split with co-star Georgia Harrison.

Speaking alongside his mother Sherie Danyluk on their podcast What's the Crack? (via Heat), Anton explained that the issue wasn't distance but the lack of a "romantic spark".

"In the press, a source said the distance was the issue. Now, we were in London every other week so I don’t think distance was the issue. Obviously that wasn’t the case," he began.

"I just don't think there was really that romantic spark there. We did both try. At times it was there, but just not enough for it to continue as a relationship."

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Agreeing with his comments, Sherie added: "You did see each other quite a lot. But me being your mother, I just knew within that it was actually just a really, really good friendship. I think the two of you got more into that friendship with each other."

Anton and Georgia coupled up during the ITV2 dating show, eventually placing fifth behind series winners Molly Smith and Tom Clare.

The pair aren't the only All Stars finalists to go their separate ways since the show's conclusion, with Toby Aromolaran and Georgia Steel confirming their split in March.

Rumours had also circulated that runners-up Jess Gale and Callum Jones had broken up, however Jess has since clarified the reports in an interview with Digital Spy, confirming that they are still dating.

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"Shock. Me and Callum are still together despite everything what everyone is saying right now," she said.

Winners Molly and Tom are also still very much together, confirming in March that they were now boyfriend and girlfriend as well as planning to move in together at some point in the future.

Meanwhile, third place couple Sophie Piper and Josh Ritchie are still going strong, revealing to OK! Magazine that they are "taking things slow" with their relationship.

Love Island airs on ITV2 and streams on ITVX.

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