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Love Island Couple Announce They're Back Together In Adorable Instagram Snap

Love Island Couple Announce They're Back Together In Adorable Instagram Snap

Love Island's Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey have confirmed that they're back together.

In a sweet Instagram post, Cara wrote: "The rumours are true :eyes: Hands off he's mine :heart:".


The rumours are true :eyes: Hands off he's mine :heart:

A post shared by Cara Delahoyde (@cara_delahoyde) on

The couple split earlier this year, just four weeks before Cara announced her pregnancy, but have confirmed they're back together in the run up to the birth.


Nathan shared the same picture, adding: "To squash all the rumours me and @cara_delahoyde are back together and stronger than ever!!! Right before xmas #happyfamily."

Fans were quick to congratulate the pair, with one saying: "I can now be happy in life," while another added: "You're going to be incredible parents."


We're so happy for them!

Meanwhile, Love Island star Olivia Attwood was recently forced to respond to engagement rumours.

The Love Island star, who is in a relationship with Chris Hughes, got tongues wagging when she was spotted with a phone case that said 'O.J. Hughes'.

In her column for new! magazine, she explained: "Last week I was pregnant and this week I'm engaged! I was pictured holding my phone case, and on the case it says 'OJ Hughes,' but it doesn't mean anything.

"That was just something we were sent and it was a jokey thing more than anything else. But I did have my management in a cold sweat when they saw it, because I am quite impulsive and am the kind of person who would do a wedding on a whim. But it was purely a phone case."

She is quite impulsive?! Maybe we'll see the pair following in the footsteps of their co-stars, Jessica Shears and Dom Lever, who got engaged shortly after leaving the villa.

This comes after Chris Hughes was forced to apologised for using racist slurs during a video shot by Olivia.

In the clip, the 'Little Bit Leave It' artist appears to be seen reciting the lyrics to Drake's song 'The Motto'.

Some of the words from the tune include: "N**** money talks and Mr Ed! YEAH! I'm so Young Money got a drum on the gun.

"Energizer bunny, funny how honey ain't sweet like sugar, ain't shit sweet n****s on the street like hookers."

As Chris raps, Olivia appears to be enjoying herself while using a cat filter.

The video was originally posted on her Instagram page, which boasts an impressive 1.5 million followers, but was quickly removed.

But this isn't the first time the Love Island star has been questioned over his musical endeavours.

Chris recently came under fire alongside best friend Kem Cetinay, after they were accused of using Lethal Bizzle's famous catchphrase "leave it" without crediting him.

Speaking in an Twitter video, the popular grime artist took aim at the rap newbies, stating: "Everyone knows I make up words but when you want to go and do a song and make money from them then I have a problem with that.

"So we need to have a conversation. Shabs - the guy who signed the record - I know him very well. I'm a very reasonable person so let's just get this sorted out before it goes anywhere else because it doesn't need to go anywhere else.

"I wasn't even f***ing bothered about it to be honest, it was the people that made me realise: 'Yo, Biz, are you getting a percentage out of that?' And I sat down and I thought: 'Hang on a minute, I should be getting a percentage out of this, shouldn't I?'"

Luckily things soon got resolved, as Lethal B revealed he'd been awarded a percentage of sales. Glad we sorted that one out.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram

Topics: News, Celebrity News, Celebrity Entertainment

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her -


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