Love Island’s Callum Jones thinks Demi and Luke M will be first couple to split

Love Island's Callum Jones thinks loved-up Demi Jones and Luke Mabbott will be the first couple to split after their stint on the dating show – and he's put it down to distance.

The Mancunian hunk appeared on the ITV2 dating show with them and is currently living his best life by dating stunning model Molly Smith.

But he already has his doubts about who the least strong couple of the final three are, and revealed he thinks they will be the first to split out of the 2020 contestants.

"I would say Luke and Demi, but just because of distance," he told OK! magazine.

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Callum voiced his concerns over the noticeable distance between his pals Demi and Luke, as they live more than five hours away from each other.

Demi, 21, is from Portsmouth on the south coast, whilst Luke, 24, is from seaside and resort town Redcar, in the north east.

Meanwhile winners Paige and Finn are moving to Manchester, which is in the middle of her hometown West Lothian – in Scotland, and Oxford, where the 20-year-old hunk is from.

Bristol girl Siânnise and Luton-born Luke T are keen to move to Windsor in a bid to kick-start their new relationship.

Since Demi and Luke's stint on the show, they didn't seem to have any intention of slowing their romance down after coming out of the villa.

The pair couldn't keep their hands off each other as they posed for selfies on their first night of freedom in a hotel.

Alongside a pic of her smooching Luke's cheek, Demi wrote: " Love Island 2020…thank you for the best experience of my entire life, thank you for giving me a new family of best friends, thank you for all the laughter…

"Thank you to all the public and fans for all the unbelievable support, thank you production team and most importantly…thank you for giving me Luke."

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