Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard’s break-up was one of the most dramatic moments in the history of the Love Island villa.
So fans will be pretty surprised to see the exes looking not only civil, but downright friendly.
Miracles do happen.
Amy, 28, posted a selfie with her ex as she ran into him following a night out at a cabaret show.
The former flight attendant cuddled up to Curtis, 24, in the snap, and captioned it: ‘Nostalgia babes.’
Curtis also shared a selfie with Amy on his own Instagram story and wrote: ‘Good to see you x.’
It’s a remarkable turnaround for the pair, who ended their relationship on a sour note in the Love Island villa last summer.
Amy was left devastated when she returned from Casa Amor to find out that her boyfriend had been chasing model Jourdan Riane while the girls were away – leading to the infamous ‘I was coming back in here to tell you that I loved you’ showdown.
Curtis split from Amy and pursued Maura Higgins, leading to Amy deciding to leave the villa of her own accord.
But it seems there’s no bad blood anymore, as Amy has now re-followed her ex after their meeting in London.
After leaving the villa, Amy realised that she hadn’t been in love with Curtis, telling The Sun: ‘The first few weeks I came out I was still really upset then something just clicked.
‘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.’
Curtis is now believed to be dating fellow dancer Amber Pierson, after he split from Maura after nine months of dating back in March.
He had been rumoured to have got close with Amber when still with Maura as they both worked on his brother AJ’s tour, and Maura alleged that their relationships overlapped.
The 29-year-old told Fabulous: ‘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.
‘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.’
Curtis and Maura’s break-up means that only Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury remain together from the 2019 series of Love Island.
The 2020 winter series is doing a bit better, with Paige Turley and Finn Tapp, Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman, Priscilla Anyabu and Mike Boateng, Molly Smith and Callum Jones, and Nas Majeed and Eva Zapico going strong.
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