Caroline Flack has shut down speculation over her split from fiancé Andrew Brady, saying she has "revealed nothing".

On Tuesday, the Love Island presenter announced that they parted ways after a whirlwind romance, saying it was "not to be".

Their break-up led to speculation online over the reason for the split and now the 38-year-old presenter has taken to Twitter to shut down the rumours.

She wrote along with a link to an article: "I've revealed nothing. We wish each other well... Please please just give us our space and let us have some privacy right now thanks x"

Flack and Brady, who was previously involved in reality shows The Apprentice and Celebrity Big Brother, released similar statements earlier this week announcing their break-up after six months of dating.

"Sad to announce Caroline and I have decided to part ways," he posted. Unfortunately it was not meant to be and I wish her all the best in the future."

"I'm sad to announce that Andrew and I have decided to part ways," Flack wrote. "Unfortunately it was not to be. I wish him all the best. At least there's a villa waiting for me. It's back to the ol' grafting."

Taking to Twitter, Flack posted a crying face emoji.

Flack announced her engagement to Brady in April, having dated the TV personality for a number of months.

Earlier this month she joked that they might get married in the Love Island villa as they had not began to organise their big day yet.

Love Island continues on 3e and ITV2 at 9pm tonight.