People think Tommy and Molly-Mae might have split up since leaving Love Island 2 years ago

People think Tommy and Molly-Mae might have split up since leaving Love Island

... Because they haven't posted on Instagram, basically.

Earlier this week, Love Island ended.

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Amber and Greg were crowed the winners of the whole entire thing, leaving everybody only delighted by their summer experience that saw a lovely lad and a lovely gal walk away with a cool £25k.

Delicious news for all involved.

Since then, all of the contestants have landed back in the UK, had a bit of a homecoming, and enjoyed spending some quality time alone together. 

This has been documented on each of their Instagram Stories over the past few days - each of them, that is, except for Tommy and Molly-Mae.

The pair have made the odd appearance on the other islanders' Grams, but not on their own, which had led people to assume that there must be a reason behind their silence.

Have they suddenly both lost the passwords to their accounts? Did the people running their respective pages refuse to give them back?

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Have they, God forbid, split up and aren't sharing anything on their pages because they want to sort out how they feel about one another first?

The answers to the above questions we do not know.

But what we do know is that people on Twitter are anxiously awaiting the pairs' first posts - whether they're as a duo or not.

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Sorta weird, indeed.

This comes after Anton unfollowed Molly-Mae once he got his own phone back over her comments about him and Belle. 

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Belle also said that although she does like Molly, she can find her a bit "two-faced."

"I haven’t watched it back yet, however, I do maybe think that could have been tactical," she said of Molly-Mae's vote for her and Anton to leave.

"I think Molly has too many opinions sometimes.

"I like Molly, I really get on with Molly, but she can be a little bit two faced, unknowingly. She doesn’t mean it, but she does say that."