Love Island’s Kem and Amber split after only 5 months of winning the show and here’s the reason

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Love Island winners Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies have separated a little after five months of winning the popular ITV2 show.

The couple who met on the reality show decided to end their short lived relationship following a series of arguments prompted by their hectic work schedules. Insiders revealed Kem, who is busy training for the upcoming new series of Dancing on Ice, and Amber had had a string of furious rows, made worse by the fact they were living together in Essex.

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A source told The Sun: “They’ve been at each other’s necks for the past month. They’ve been living on top of each other and clashed over the smallest things. It’s also been very hard for them to see each other with their hectic schedules. They tried to make it work but realised they want different things and being together was too tough.”

News of the split comes shortly after it was claimed the pair had blocked one another on social media following an argument

Confirming the split in a statement to MailOnline, they said: “With sadness, we’ve decided to separate. We fell in love in the villa and want to thank all the fans of the show for supporting us. Our schedules made it difficult. We’ll remain good friends.”

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Rachel and Rykard, another couple who met on the same show in 2016, also recently split and they announced it on social media. Meanwhile, fans of Kem and Amber are devastated by the news and said as much online.

See tweets below.

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