Which Love Island UK 2021 Couples Made It Past The Finale?

Back in August 2021, Season 7 of "Love Island" UK came to an end. As the BBC reported, finalists Millie Court and Liam Reardon were crowned winners of the 2021 season during the nail-biting finale. But are any of the couples from the "Love Island" UK villa still together?

According to Capital FM, the "Love Island" Season 7 winners Court and Reardon (pictured above) are, indeed, still together following their victory, despite having many ups and downs in their relationship on the show. Meanwhile, runners-up Toby Aromolaran and Chloe Burrows are also still going strong and have plans to move in together. Speaking to The Sun in September 2021, Aromolaran said, "I think we found the one, a flat — we are just hoping to move in and start growing together."

Elsewhere, Faye Winter and Teddy Soares, who finished in third place on the 2021 season, are also currently still together in spite of their explosive fallout, which garnered complaints from some viewers in the UK.

Which other 'Love Island' UK 2021 couples are still together?

Per The Cinemaholic, fan-favorite contestants Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank (pictured above), who finished in fourth place on the show, ended their time in the "Love Island" villa as being "exclusive." Since then, it appears the couple is still going strong, and they regularly update fans with snaps of their new life together on social media.

Sadly, not all of our favorite "Love Island" UK 2021 couples have gone the distance. According to The Sun, Season 7 latecomers Mary Bedford and Aaron Simpson split shortly after the show wrapped up. However, they appear to be on good terms. "Aaron is an amazing person who has been supportive about everything since we left the show," Bedford told the publication. "I will always be so grateful that we met as he's a massive part of my Love Island journey."

Per the Daily Mail, other couples to have gone their separate ways include Priya Gopaldas and Brett Staniland, who decided to just be friends ahead of their departure from the famous villa. Elsewhere, Amy Day and Hugo Hammond also split ahead of being dumped from "Love Island." However, shortly after their exit from the villa, the pair had a heated exchange on the "Love Island" after-show, during which Hammond accused Day of using him as a "green card" to stay on the show. Yikes.