Dani Dyer and Jack Finchman (who won the most recent season of the wildly popular United Kingdom reality TV competition) are going their separate ways.
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In an Instagram story, Dani announced that after "an incredible six months" the couple, who won the show this year, had "decided to part ways" after realising they weren't destined to be together long-term.
"It's been an incredible 6 months, and we will always have a place in our hearts for each other, but sadly we've come to a realisation that it's not meant to be long term".
Dani continued in her statement: 'We both plan to stay friends.
A source has told The Sun that the pair's hectic schedules had caused them to drift apart in recent weeks.
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They said: "When they left the villa they really thought they would stay together forever, but reality soon set in and things started to get strained".
Neither Jack or Dani have commented on the reports yet.
Jack and Dani were voted by the public as the winners of Love Island 2018, after falling for each other on the ITV2 show.
In the 15-second video it sees Jack and Dani exchanging festive presents, as well as dancing with each other.
Jack has yet to follow the announcement.
A few months after leaving the villa, Jack admitted that the sexual element of their relationship improved because they lived in their own flat in Canary Wharf, which they moved into in August.