Love Island couple Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt split days before new series

Another Love Island couple have bitten the dust just days before the new series starts.

This time the curse struck Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt who fell head over the heels on the dating show last year.

The couple were torn apart after Joe was voted off but recoupled in the real world.

But despite a promising start, Lucie has confirmed she and sandwich maker Joe are no more.

The surfing model broke the news to fans in a Q and A session on Instagram .



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One fan quizzed Lucie: 'Are you single now?”

The blonde star then replied with a video of her rolling her eyes and admitting that she was 'single.'

Her admission comes after Joe was accused of getting very cosy with fellow Love Island star Amber Gill.

Joe and Amber were filmed dancing together at a party during a night out in December.

In the footage Amber was seen sat on a stool while Joe positioned himself bbetween her thighs.

An onlooker who filmed the pair also claimed to see them snog before they were thrown out by security.

Lucie didn't speak out on the display, but shared a post that read: "Always trust your instincts."

Lucie and Joe's tumultuous time together also began with drama after boxer Tommy Fury arrived in Love Island late and 'stole' Lucie away from Joe.

Joe was left furious by the betrayal and viewers criticised him over his jealous reaction.

Lucie insisted she only had eyes for Joe, but after he was dumped from the villa confessed that she had indeed fallen for Tommy.


But by this time Tommy was happily coupled up with Molly Mae Hague who he went all the way to the final with.

Tommy and Molly – along with Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins – are now the only couples still together from series five.

Winners Greg O'Shea and Amber Gill had been the first to split, lasting just 12 short weeks in the real world.

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