Love Island's Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea spark speculation they've secretly split
The Love Island winners haven't been seen together since the Newcastle native left the Irishman's side on August 20 after her whirlwind trip to his home town.
Social media has been awash with speculation the couple have gone their separate ways after Amber pined for her love in an emotional social media post.
The beauty therapist, 22, expressed she was missing her lawyer beau, 24, while she shared throwback snaps from their last getaway.
This led to fans theorising the reality star couple had parted ways secretly in the comments section of the social media post.
"If only you knew..." One fan wrote in a cryptic message.
Another questioned: "Still together. ?? How sweet."
Others demanded: "Need current pics of you together."
"Feel sad that they don't see each other it would be easier for her if she was his girlfriend but he has his reasons for not asking her hope she dosn't get tired of waiting be a pity."
Split speculation kicked off after Amber dropped the post with the comment: "Miss ya."
She wrote: "My babes // Squinty squinterson. Miss ya."
Greg penned be neath it: "How you kept your eyes open I’ll never understand... is there anything you can’t do?"
The hunky islander hasn't posted on his Instagram grid about the beauty since she was visiting him in Ireland on August 18.
However, a source close to Amber dismissed the fans' concerns.
An insider told The Mirror: "They haven’t split, they just go back and forth around their work schedules."
The Mirror has approached representatives for Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea for further comment.
Amber and Greg were a fairly new couple when they scooped the £50,000 prize and the winning Love Island title.
They had garnered the votes of the UK after Amber took viewers on a gut-wrenching journey with her heartache on the show.
The feisty star had her heart broken by fellow islander Micheal Griffiths when he had his head turned in Casa Amor.
But Amber moved on with Greg when he burst into the villa at the late stage.