Curtis Pritchard has reunited with his ex-girlfriend Amy Hart, following his split from Maura Higgins.
The Love Island star famously dumped Amy after his head was turned in Casa Amor last summer, with Amy left absolutely heartbroken before she decided to leave the show.
Following his romance with Amy, Curtis moved on with Longford beauty Maura – and after months of dating, the pair called it quits on their relationship in March this year.
On Saturday night, Amy and Curtis cosied up together for some selfies on their Instagram Stories – with Curtis writing: “Good to see you.”
Meanwhile Amy captioned her snap: “Nostalgia babes x”.
The Love Island beauty previously revealed that while she said she loved Curtis in the villa, she realises that she was simply “obsessed.”
“The first few weeks I came out I was still really upset then something just clicked,” Amy told The Sun Online.
“When you are in there you are in a bubble and everything is heightened. You become obsessed but once I snapped out of it I bounced back really quickly.”
“I thought it was true love with Curtis but that villa is a strange, strange place,” she recalled.
“I thought I had been in love before Love Island and then got into the villa and thought no that wasn’t love this is what love feels like but now I have realised that wasn’t love either.”
“So I can’t wait to experience real love because it will be amazing.”
Their reunion comes a week after Maura revealed that her last two boyfriends “cheated” on her, before opening up about Curtis’ sexuality.
“It’s kind of a kick in the teeth that I’ve been cheated on by my last two boyfriends, but I will be stronger for this,” she told Fabulous magazine.
Speaking about Curtis’ rumoured romance with dancer Amber Pierson, she added: “Everything happens for a reason and, to be honest, I wish him all the best. I’m in a good place now. It’s not nice to see, but I’m fine.”
Speaking about Curtis’ sexuality, she said: “I just feel like: ‘be honest’. He never says he’s straight, he never says he’s gay. I just feel like, whatever it is just be honest and say it.”
“He said he was straight. So he said that to me, but he didn’t say that in public. I find that quite strange.”