Since the first series of Love Island burst onto our screens in 2015, there have been countless flirtations, snogs and hookups inside the famous villa.
But the dating show has also spawned some couplings that stood the test of time back in the UK – leading to marriages and even some Love Island babies.
And while some of the relationships didn’t work out, plenty of much-loved Islanders have met other people and decided to start families.
Take a look back at the Love Island contestants who have become parents since appearing on the ITV show…
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Luis Morrison and Cally Jane Beech
The first Love Island baby was born to series one’s Luis Morrison and Cally Beech.
While their romance didn’t work out, they now successfully co-parent their daughter Vienna and remain close friends.
Last year Marcel Somerville welcomed his first child with girlfriend Rebecca Viera.
The 31-year old’s son was born in January, and Marcel took to social media to gush about the tot’s arrival.
“Absolutely adore every single ounce of you! You’re my Wonder Woman,” the TV star said of his other half, who endured a tough two-day labour.
This year also saw Love Island winner Dani Dyer become a mum for the first time.
In January, the 24-year-old gave birth to Santiago, her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence.
Dani named her son after her grandfather.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
Camilla and Jamie met on the 2018 series of Love Island and have been smitten ever since.
In October 2020, they welcomed their daughter Nell, and the couple is considered one of Love Island’s most successful pairings.
“Nell Sophia Jewitt, 6.5 lbs, 27/10/2020 4.32 am,” proud dad Jamie penned at the time.
“After all of life’s ups and downs, I can honestly say this morning brought on a monumental change of perspective.
“From this day forward, I promise to be the very best version of myself for you and your mum and do my best to give you both everything you could possibly ask for.”
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey
Cara De La Hoyde met Nathan Massey on the 2016 series of Love Island, which they went on to win.
Since then, they have married and are parents to two children – Freddie, 3, and Delilah, born in 2019.
The couple recently started renovating their dream home, which they promise won’t be a typical celebrity “show home” and will instead be a picture of real family life.
Jess Shears and Dom Lever
Jess and Dom met during the 2017 series of Love Island.
Following their return to the UK, they stayed together, got married and in 2019 welcomed a baby boy.
The happy couple decided to retire from the limelight and keep their son’s name private, sharing few photographs of their young family.
Jack Fincham shocked fans when he revealed he’d become a dad in 2019.
The 2018 Love Island champ welcomed a baby girl secret with his long-term good friend and ex-girlfriend, Casey Ranger.
Jack’s daughter Blossom now regularly features on his social media, while he and Casey have chosen to stay single and coparent.
The new series of Love Island kicks off on Monday 28 June 28 on ITV2.