When Love Island wrapped up back in July, fans were excited to see that three couples (one of which that had become engaged) had lasted out the entire show. However, while we thought their romances would go the distance, two break ups have meant Cally and Luis are now the last loved-up pair standing.
Reveal caught up with Cally recently and while she says things between herself and Luis are "really good", she does admit it is a little bit "daunting" the pair are now going it alone.
When they first returned back to the UK after filming out in Majorca, Cally and Luis weren't the only ones hoping to make a go of their relationship.
Love Island winners Jess Hayes and Max Morley had seemed pretty smitten and Hannah Elizabeth and Jon Clark were actually set to wed, after Jon proposed onscreen.
However, in the weeks after the show things turned sour between Jess and Max, with the pair confirming their split six weeks after they first got together, and just recently, Hannah and Jon shocked fans by revealing their engagement is now off.
Following a string of arguments, the pair called it quits with Hannah telling us she was completely "heartbroken" from their break up.
Cally and Luis, meanwhile, are still going strong.
Sharing an update on their romance with us while attending The Dreamboys' calendar launch in London recently, Cally exclusively told us: "We're really good, we're the last couple standing. It's a bit daunting, but it's nice too."
"We get a lot of people messaging us saying really nice things and how they think we're really strong, but then other say, 'Ooo you're under pressure.' We're not."
"It's a relationship, it's real," she insisted. "We don't need to be under pressure to stay together."
Luis and Cally reunited on Love Island, after enjoying a string of dates together before the show.
While it was revealed the pair had met previously before Cally joined the villa, it wasn't made clear how exactly she and Luis knew each other.
Explaining all, Cally told us: "It wasn't deadly serious, we wasn't together or anything. I think a few people were like it's his ex going into the villa, but we were never in a relationship.
"I had met him in a club in London... he took me out for a date and we started to really like each other, but as soon as that happened, he told me he was going on [Love Island]. I said he had to take the opportunity, if it was me I would do the same. If he didn't find somebody, maybe things will work out after. I never wanted to be one of those girls who stops someone from doing something."
Cally admitted she didn't watch the show at first because she didn't want to see Luis with another girl, if he had met someone. And when she got the call to enter the villa, her friends pushed her to do it.
"My friends knew who Luis was, so they were like, 'He's not going near anybody, it must be because of you!'"
Fast forward four months and Luis and Cally are now giving their relationship a good go. Things are getting pretty serious between the pair, so much so, that Luis has even been talking marriage!
Back in September, Luis revealed he had even been on the hunt for engagement rings.
"I can 100% see us getting married," he told us. "I've actually been having a browse for rings!"
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