Love Island 2018 winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham may have done more than just split up.
They could be at war.
Having been pictured snogging her ex-boyfriend on a night – and only weeks after a break-up that everyone thought was a hoax – here’s what’s going down in the complicated love life of Jack and Dani.
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The break-up part 1: Not real
On December 6th, 2018, Dani Dyer announced that she and Jack had parted ways in an Instagram post
Dani’s Instagram post read:
Jack and I have sadly decided to part ways. It’s been an incredible six months, and we will always have a place in our hearts for each other, but we’ve sadly come to the realisation that it’s not meant to be long term.
However six days later and Dani posted a completely contrasting Instagram post, confessing her love for Jack.
All I can say is I’m still 22 trying to get my sh** together and grow into a woman but doing it in the public eye is sometimes hard and scary but arguments are arguments and I love him.
The couple patched things up and steamrolled into 2019 as one of the UK’s most beloved TV couples.
The break-up part 2: Sh*t has truly hit the fan
On April 4th, 2019, it was Jack’s turn to announce that the couple had split up.
As all trained reality TV stars do, Jack explained the break up in an Instagram story that specifically noted that they were no longer in a relationship.
However, with the announcement coming at the same time as Dani’s book release many people didn’t take the break up seriously, especially after part 1.
But, 17 days later and Dani was captured by The Sun kissing her ex-boyfriend Sammy Kimmence on a night out.
This confirmed fans worse fears and appears to have well and truly put the nail in the coffin for Jack and Dani.
According to reports, Dani and Sammy dated for a year before she joined Love Island. Sammy is a 23-year-old stockbroker from London.