Reigning Love Island couple Amelia Plummer and Josh Moss have split after four years together.

Both of the reality stars took to their respective social media accounts to announce the news.

Plummer wrote, “I felt it was necessary to share that Josh and I have decided to split. This was the most heartbreaking yet respectful breakup. After almost four years of being together we decided to go our separate ways.”

She added, “I don’t know if this comes as a shock because I think we portrayed a happy healthy relationship. And it was that for most of the part, but there was also a lot of challenging moments we didn’t share.

Love Film & TV?

Get the latest Film & TV news, features, updates and giveaways straight to your inbox Learn more

“No relationship is perfect but there are some parts you have to see eye-to-eye.” The reality star concluded, “Josh and I are on incredible terms (for a breakup) and we want the happiest life for one another.”

“But sadly right now we have to find happiness separately. Of course I love Josh and will miss our crazy special life together but right now this is the best for us both.”

Josh shared his own message on his page, writing, “It comes with great sadness that I, unfortunately, have to share that Amelia and I have decided to break up.”

“This has to be one of the hardest and most heartbreaking decisions we ever have had to make, we had an incredible life together for four years.”

As recently as February, Moss told The Daily Telegraph that he was considering proposing to his now ex-girlfriend.

“It might be a good spot to pop the question,” he said.

Plummer added: ‘I would love an Italian engagement. That would be very romantic.”

The model and influencer flew out to Bali yesterday for a week-long holiday with her friends. She was told that her outfit was too revealing by a Jetstar employee, and called the airline out for “slut shaming” her.

For more on this topic, follow the Film and TV Observer.

Get unlimited access to the coverage that shapes our culture.
to Rolling Stone magazine
to Rolling Stone magazine