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Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham SPLIT: Love Island winners’ work commitments thrown into CHAOS

Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham’s work commitments have been thrown into chaos following the end of their six month romance on Thursday.

Dani, 22, announced the end of the couple’s relationship in a emotional Instagram post, admitting their romance ‘just wasn’t meant to be long-term.’

And although they have gone their separate ways, their professional lives remain interlinked, with reality shows and presenting stints lined up for the duo as a couple.

Split: Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham's work commitments have been thrown into chaos following the end of their six month romance on Thursday (above promoting their NTAs hosting gig this January)

Split: Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham's work commitments have been thrown into chaos following the end of their six month romance on Thursday (above promoting their NTAs hosting gig this January)

Split: Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham’s work commitments have been thrown into chaos following the end of their six month romance on Thursday (above promoting their NTAs hosting gig this January)

Just 11 days ago (November 26) Jack and Dani proudly announced their latest gig as social media hosts for the National Television Awards on January 22.

The pair will therefore face an uncomfortable reunion on the red carpet as they interview celebrity attendees.   

Reflecting on their new role at the time, the pair both enthused that it was an honour to be considered.

‘It has already been such an exciting year for us and to top it off, we’ve been asked to work alongside TV legend Dermot O’Leary at the National Television Awards,’ they said.

Seen on screen: And although they have gone their separate ways, their professional lives remain interlinked, with reality shows and presenting stints lined up for the duo as a couple (seen in a trailer for Love Island: The Christmas Reunion)

Seen on screen: And although they have gone their separate ways, their professional lives remain interlinked, with reality shows and presenting stints lined up for the duo as a couple (seen in a trailer for Love Island: The Christmas Reunion)

Seen on screen: And although they have gone their separate ways, their professional lives remain interlinked, with reality shows and presenting stints lined up for the duo as a couple (seen in a trailer for Love Island: The Christmas Reunion)

‘Last year we were at home on the sofa watching the show so it’s an honour to be involved this year, we can’t wait! Fingers crossed Love Island is in the running on the night too. Bring on 2019!’   

Just around the corner is the Love Island Christas special, where the former castmates of the hit ITV2 reality show will reunite at a festive retreat to socialise and settle old scores. 

A awkwardly timed Love Island: The Christmas Reunion trailer dropped during I’m A Celebrity’s advert break.  

In the 15-second video it sees Jack and Dani exchanging festive presents, as well as dancing with each other. 

Awjward: The former lovebirds also spent the last few months filming for their reality show spin-off series, Jack and Dani: Life After Love Island - however, it has been confirmed that the ITV2 series will still be broadcast

Awjward: The former lovebirds also spent the last few months filming for their reality show spin-off series, Jack and Dani: Life After Love Island - however, it has been confirmed that the ITV2 series will still be broadcast

Awjward: The former lovebirds also spent the last few months filming for their reality show spin-off series, Jack and Dani: Life After Love Island – however, it has been confirmed that the ITV2 series will still be broadcast

The duo are joined with their fellow co-stars, but things look like they’re going to be just as awkward for some of their contestants who have also split since the summer. 

So far, there are only three surviving couples from this season – Megan Barton Hanson and Wes Nelson, Kaz Crossley and Josh Denzel, and Adam Collard and Zara McDermott.  

The former lovebirds also spent the last few months filming for their reality show spin-off series, Jack and Dani: Life After Love Island – however, it has been confirmed that the ITV2 series will still be broadcast. 

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Jack said: ‘You can expect some laughs as it’s really funny and it’s light-hearted. I’m not 100% sure if Danny (Dyer, Dani’s father) will appear as we haven’t shot any scenes together, but he might have shot some scenes with Dani and her mum (Joanne Mas).

Filming: Just around the corner is the Love Island Christas special, where the former castmates of the hit ITV2 reality show will reunite at a festive retreat to socialise and settle old scores

Filming: Just around the corner is the Love Island Christas special, where the former castmates of the hit ITV2 reality show will reunite at a festive retreat to socialise and settle old scores

Filming: Just around the corner is the Love Island Christas special, where the former castmates of the hit ITV2 reality show will reunite at a festive retreat to socialise and settle old scores

 ‘We go to a couple of different countries and just experience life together. I really enjoyed filming it, it was so much fun’, the Essex star added. 

Their personal lives will also prove difficult to separate. The former couple recently adopted a gorgeous puppy named Sandy, and it remains unknown who will get custody of the dog. 

Jack and Dani broke fans hearts on Thursday, when the beauty confirmed the news that the couple had gone their separate ways.    

Danny Dyer’s daughter wrote on social media: ‘Jack & I have sadly decided to part ways. It’s been an incredible six months, and we will always have a place in our hearts for each other, but sadly we’ve come to the realisation that it’s not meant to be long-term.’

Dani continued in her statement: ‘We both plan to stay friends. I hope you’ll all understand. Love Dani x.’   

Who will get custody? The former couple recently adopted a gorgeous puppy named Sandy, and it remains unknown who will get custody of the dog

Who will get custody? The former couple recently adopted a gorgeous puppy named Sandy, and it remains unknown who will get custody of the dog

Who will get custody? The former couple recently adopted a gorgeous puppy named Sandy, and it remains unknown who will get custody of the dog

Jack hinted at strife in his relationship with Dani in an exclusive interview given to MailOnline just one day before the split was announced.

He indicated the pair’s romance had entered choppy waters when he backtracked on his previous vow to wed the brunette beauty within a year.      

He told MailOnline: ‘Marriage is not something we’ve thought about yet. Before we can even speak about that, we’d like to buy a house together first. 

‘We haven’t really thought about kids either, but I’d like a boy and a girl, and I’d give them another little Sandy (their new bulldog) too.’

This was despite revealing his plans to tie the knot with Dani, days after arriving home from weeks in the Spanish villa. 

'It wasn't meant to be long-term': The 22-year-old took to her Instagram platform on Thursday to confirm the news that she had parted ways with Jack, 27

'It wasn't meant to be long-term': The 22-year-old took to her Instagram platform on Thursday to confirm the news that she had parted ways with Jack, 27

‘It wasn’t meant to be long-term’: The 22-year-old took to her Instagram platform on Thursday to confirm the news that she had parted ways with Jack, 27

It's OVER! Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have reportedly split just four months after being crowned winners of Love Island

It's OVER! Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have reportedly split just four months after being crowned winners of Love Island

It's OVER! Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have reportedly split just four months after being crowned winners of Love Island

It's OVER! Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have reportedly split just four months after being crowned winners of Love Island

It’s OVER! Jack hinted at strife in his relationship with Dani in an exclusive interview given to MailOnline just one day before the split was announced amid claims she dumped him

He told The Sun: ‘We’re getting married next year, 100 per cent. Like my mum said to me so many times, ‘When you know about someone, you just know.’ And now I know what she’s talking about. I just know that that’s what we want to do.’    

According to The Sun, the reality stars, who moved in together following their big television win, have been drawn apart by their hectic schedules. 

A source told the publication: ‘When they left the villa they really thought they would stay together forever, but reality soon set in and things started to get strained.’

It was continued: ‘They came out to a whirlwind of publicity and after a while, things started to get to them and the cracks appeared.

‘They are both incredibly busy and they have decided to call time on their romance.’ MailOnline has contacted representatives for Dani and Jack for further comment. 

This comes amid claims that Dani was the one to pull the plug on the pair’s romance. 

A source told The Sun: ‘Dani may have said this was a mutual decision, but that’s not the case. She ended it.

‘He felt they could have made it work, but she showed a hard side and called time on the relationship.’   

The pair famously refrained from having sex in the Love Island villa and then went on to win the nation’s hearts as Jack sweetly asked her to be his girlfriend. 

A few months after leaving the villa, Jack admitted that the sexual element of their relationship improved because they lived in their own flat in Canary Wharf, which they moved into in August.

Happier times: He told MailOnline: 'Marriage is not something we’ve thought about yet. Before we can even speak about that, we’d like to buy a house together first'

Happier times: He told MailOnline: 'Marriage is not something we’ve thought about yet. Before we can even speak about that, we’d like to buy a house together first'

Happier times: He told MailOnline: ‘Marriage is not something we’ve thought about yet. Before we can even speak about that, we’d like to buy a house together first’

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