Congratulations Love Island Winners!
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from the 2017 Love Island finale.
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You might have guessed it, but you might not believe it.
After 50 episodes of break-ups and make-ups, Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies were crowned the Love Island 2017 winners.
They both appeared flabbergasted at the live finale, when host Caroline Flack announced they’d won.
This year, there was a twist. Rather than giving the £50k pound prize to both winners, instead it was given to only one half of the couple…
The pair selected envelopes at random, and Kem picked the one with the prize inside. He then had the option to share it, or keep it all for himself.
Kem declared his love for Amber, and announced that he’d share the cash. No surprises there.
Although - ‘Kember’ did have their ups and downs throughout the season.
Their initial attraction was threatened by Amber’s fiery personality and Kem’s uncertainty about his feelings.
At one stage during the show, they even coupled up with other people.
However, it was clear from early on that they shared a bond, and they couldn’t stay away from each other for long.
When Kem gave Amber an eternity bracelet to match his own, she wore it religiously even when they weren’t technically together.
One of the romantic highlights of the season was when Kem set up a treasure hunt, which led to him asking Amber to be his girlfriend.
There was no going back after that, the pair remained one of the strongest couples for the remainder of the season.
Jamie Jewitt and fan-favourite Camilla Thurlow were voted runners-up, with Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood finishing in third place.
All three couples are reportedly still together, and enjoying monogamous life outside the Love Island villa.
Watch the spinoff show Chris & Kem: Straight Outta Love Island right here.