Love Island is a show that has us sat on the edge of our seats when someone gets pulled for a chat but it's also a genuine source of love for some couples.
There's constant tension when somebody new enters the villa or a text comes through, testing the limits of the relationships founded as the stars lounge in swimwear.
Although sometimes after Islanders leave the villa we hear the sad news that they didn't survive as a couple in the real world, it's not always doom and gloom.
Daily Star has taken took a look at the contestants who decided to tie the knot after finding their true love on the show.
Alex and Olivia Bowen
Alex and Olivia fell for each other on our screens in the 2016 series of the favourite summer dating show.
They proved that Love Island actually brings real love to peoples lives as their romance continued to blossom.
Two years after meeting on the show, they tied the knot in a lavish Essex wedding ceremony that went all out – making them the very first Love Islanders to wed.
Their cake wasn't a simple three tier but staggering eight and they had a Prosecco van to keep the drinks flowing, wowing their guests with a very elegant bash.
Dom Lever and Jess Shears
Dom and Jess are the first to come to mind when Love Island success stories are mentioned.
Announcing their engagement just three months after they first met, they've stood the test of time.
Their first "wedding'" took place on Valentines Day 2018 – as the pair donned white swimwear for the special occasion, shocking fans by "tying the knot" on Good Morning Britain.
Since then, the happy couple took the plunge and got married officially in October 2018 with a sweet ceremony on the Greek Island of Mykonos.
Not only that, but they welcomed their first child a year later in 2019.
Nathan Massey and Cara de la Hoyde
For those who watched the 2016 series of Love Island, you may remember that Nathan and Cara were crowned the winners.
Their relationship took an unexpected turn, with them announcing that they were splitting in 2017 when Cara was pregnant with their first child.
By the time the adorable Freddie-George was born in December 2017, they were back loved up together.
Giving a romantic nod to where their relationship began, Nathan took Cara back to the Love Island villa to pop the question.
They went on to have a beautiful wedding in Kent back in 2019, before daughter Delilah was welcomed a year later.
The happy family prove that Love Island really does bring love to those who go on the show.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
Camilla and Jamie were runners up in the 2017 series after she had an unlucky time with love in the villa and have been adorable together ever since.
The sweet pair have welcomed their first child together, a daughter that they named Nell Sophia Jewitt.
That's not the only news for the couple, as they have revealed that they're now engaged.
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They announced their engagement in the cutest way possible, sharing a snap of their daughter Nell wearing a baby grow that popped the question.
Love Island returns on June 28 on ITV2 at 9pm
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