Love Island Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury spark SPLIT speculation After Finale

Love Island runners-up Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have sparked split speculation just four days after the show's finale. 

The couple, who finished second on the show just behind winners Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea, are yet to post anything on social media despite all the other couples having shared details of their arrivals back in the country.

Due to their lack of presence on social media, the duo have set tongues wagging among eagle-eyed fans who claim they may have parted ways.  

Users flooded social media to speculate: 'Does anyone else find it weird that Molly Mae and Tommy are the only ones who haven't returned to Instagram yet when shes the instagram influencer lol what... 

'constantly checking Molly‘s and Tommy’s Instagram & Twitter to see absolutely nothing # tommyfury # mollymae Far too invested in their relationship... Weird how Molly Mae and Tommy haven’t put any IG stories on, yet everyone else has.'

Despite the speculation from fans, a source told MailOnline: 'Tommy and Molly are very much together and so excited for what’s to come...

'They absolutely have not split. They are currently have a very hectic schedule and are just adjusting to a routine.'

In a case of unfortunate timing, shortly before rumours began, their co-stars Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins - who came in fourth - took to social media to post an extremely loved-up selfie following their arrival home. 

Adding a caption on the cosy snap, Curtis penned: 'Still can’t believe we are out of the villa! Loving this journey with @maurahiggins and being in Ireland to meet her family and friends! Who’s excited for aftersun this Sunday? #l oveisland'. 

Ovie Soko and India Reynolds have also been taking to social media to document their romance since entering the outside world. 

Earlier this week, Tommy and Molly received an overwhelming reception from friends, family and fans as she landed at Stansted airport earlier in the day.

A huge crowd gathered in arrivals to greet the final four couples, with fans waving hand made signs to welcome their favourites. 

Molly-Mae's arrival in the UK comes shortly after she refused to reveal whether or not she and Tommy had sex while they were in the villa.

In a post-finale chat on Tuesday, she claimed that 'private life is private life' - despite the fact that she has just spent two months taking part on a show that films the contestants around the clock using 73 cameras.

Molly-Mae also addressed the fact that she and Tommy came in second place to Greg and Amber, who had been a couple for only two weeks, in contrast to her and Tommy's 54-day romance.

She said: 'There is no annoyance about it. Time is nothing and it doesn't matter. Amber and Greg won, they are incredible. There is absolutely no bitterness at all.

She continued to gush about the pair: 'Everyone was happy for them. They are incredible together. Amber had a really hard time in there and Greg treats her like gold.