Love Island stars spark split rumors after spending time apart and dating without each other
LOVE Island favorites Tom Clare and Samie Elishi have sparked fears of a split among fans.
The pair have been bombarded with comments from suspicious followers on Instagram for spending time apart.
Barnsley boy Tom, 23, posted a photo at a restaurant last night while visiting his home up north and he captioned it: “A lovely few days at home with family and friends.”
His followers immediately asked for the whereabouts of his Love Island star girlfriend, with one typing: “Where’s Sammie?”
Another reacted to the Macclesfield FC snap: “Miss your girl?”
His Love Island pal Casey O’Gorman also joked, “You’re not even with family and friends!”
And Love Island finalist Shaq Muhammad typed: “You’re not even home!”
Samie, who hails from Camden, north London, also shared four love hearts and Tom responded with more red hearts.
The stunner, 22, came third on the long-running dating show with Tom.
She was forced to attend a number of events in London without him after he returned to his job as a footballer.
But she’s also been spotted with Tom in Macclesfield and on “double dates” with Love Island pals Claudia Fogarty and Casey O’Gormon amid rumors of their own romantic reunion.
And Tom recently told The Sun that he and Samie have decided to take a big step in their relationship.
He said: “Me and Samie couldn’t be better – obviously Samie is down in London and I’m up north but we make it work.
“I’ve been down there for a few days or she came up here. It wasn’t like a one day thing.
“I think at some point we want to move in together, but that takes time, it’s not something you rush.
“I think if we could we would want to move in together tomorrow, but we just do it naturally.
“I would live wherever Samie wants to live – that doesn’t bother me.”
Tom gushed that Samie is “The One” and said marriage will one day be on the cards, saying he’s “fixed” on the former estate agent coordinator.
“You spend every day with people and you get to know them there – when you’re in the mansion you always have in mind what’s going to happen outside, but it was literally the same,” he said.
“Our families get along so well, I remember the first thing my sister said was ‘Welcome to the family.’ My mum and Samie keep in touch and text all the time.”