It's only been approximately 102 days since the Love Island 2019 final but almost every couple has now split, which - granted - isn't hugely surprising given the show's track record when it comes to everlasting love. Still, there are two couples going strong and that's Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins and Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury.
Molly-Mae and Tommy, both 20, appear to be so rock solid, they've moved into their own place together and have already started talking about having kids together.
Succeeding where so many other Love Island couples have failed (though we do also realise it's only been three months since they left the villa) and proving any doubters wrong, Molly-Mae admits she does feel slightly "smug" about it all.
She said: "I think I'd be wrong if I said it didn't give me a bit of a smug feeling because it does, and it's nice to be able to show everyone they were all wrong because they didn't believe in us and it's so nice to show that we were the realest couple in there and I think that's really shown since we've come out."
Molly-Mae added to the Mirror: "And Maura and Curtis were a bit rocky and now everyone else has broken up and we're the only couples who've remained and I could have told you that right from the start but no one would listen to me and wanted to say I was fake."
This all comes after the pair appeared together in a video on Molly-Mae's YouTube channel and discussed everything from children to hosting a joint birthday party next year to celebrate turning 21.
A fan also asked what their biggest argument has been and Molly maintained that they still haven't had a proper argument, adding that they "don't even bicker". Molly instead said they "just constantly laugh".
Is that enough proof for the doubters?
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