Molly-Mae Hague has admitted she's not surprised Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea's romance didn't last.
The 20 year old, who finished in second place behind the pair with Tommy Fury on this year's Love Island, has opened up on the relationships that have fallen apart since the series ended.
She also revealed why she thinks her and boxer, Tommy, have stayed together, making them one of the series' strongest couples.
Amber and Greg broke up just five weeks after being crowned winners of the show in July, with their fellow finalists Ovie Soko and India Reynolds confirming their split last month.
Many of the show's other pairs have also parted ways, leaving just Tommy and Molly-Mae, Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins and Joe Garratt and Lucie Donlan as the only remaining couples.
Speaking to new! magazine, Molly-Mae said: "When Tommy and I started, this was the real deal. Everyone in the villa knew that too.
"We didn't win, which was strange because everyone thought we were going to.
"Other people breaking up around us doesn't shock me, because that's what happens when people come out on Love Island.
"You're in a little bubble and people aren't as genuine as you think they are, which is ironic because everyone thought I was the non-genuine one."
However, the stunning blonde was quick to shut down reports she'd fallen out with her former co-stars.
When asked who she still speaks to, Molly-Mae said: "Maura Higgins, Amber Gill, Anna Vakili and Amy Hart a little bit.
"I support everyone in what they're doing. We're not all the best of friends because you wouldn't be with a group of 40 random people from different backgrounds.
"It's not a natural situation to be put in, but there's no animosity between anyone. I'm friends with every single person who it's been claimed I have an issue with."
Unfortunately, Molly-Mae won't be able to reunite with her co-stars for the Love Island Christmas special, because this year's edition has been cancelled.
A source told OK! online: "The cast don't think there are any plans for a Christmas reunion like last year, but they haven't been given a straight answer.
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"A few of the islanders have seen the producers since leaving the villa and there was a bit of a reunion at the ITV Palooza! last week and the topic was brought up but quickly shut down.
"Questions were asked about the possibility of an on-screen reunion, but they were all ignored by producers."
It is believed that ITV are instead deciding the focus on the new winter series of Love Island, which will air in January 2020, rather than a special surrounding this year's competitors.
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