Love Island's Kaz and Tyler have reportedly split 1 month ago

Love Island's Kaz and Tyler have reportedly split

Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank have reportedly parted ways just three months after reaching the Love Island final together. 

A source told the Daily Mail that the pair did "everything they could do to make things work - but in the end, they didn't see a future together." 

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After leaving the villa in August and coming fourth on the reality tv show the pair seemingly discovered that their romance wasn't to be.

Neither Kaz or Tyler have yet addressed the reported split.

Out of the four finalist couples, Kaz and Tyler are the first to split. Millie and Liam who were 2021's winners are still together and have moved in with each other as have Chloe and Toby who came in second place and Faye and Teddy who came in third. 

The rumours of the split began last week after Kaz made her first solo appearance at the Mobo awards. Where she co-presented the accolade for Best African Music Act with DJ Abrantee. 

Kaz, 27, worked as a model before entering the Love Island villa and has worked with brands such as Amazon Prime and Boux Avenue. Following her success on the tv show, she has signed a year-long brand deal with makeup brand Revolution. 

Tyler, 26, was working in real estate before he took to the tv show. He also has bagged himself some major brand deals with Fashion Nova and boohooMAN. 

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The source told the Daily Mail; "The romance ended on good terms and they're still friends, who will support each other in the industry."

Kaz was particularly close to Liberty on the show and she supported her through her tough breakup with Jake.

During Casa Amor, the part in the show where couples are tested with separation and new faces, Kaz and Tyler split up as Tyler met Clarisse Juliettè and came back to find Kaz with an Irish man, Matthew MacNabb.

However, they came back together realising that they truly wanted to be together. 

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When they left the show they also had to deal with fans watching their relationship very closely; "pressure of their fans watching their every move hasn't made it easy for them either," said the source.