Love Island's latest love triangle between Maura Higgins, Curtis Pritchard and Francesca Allen has been broken, with Maura and Curtis taking things to the next level.
Since Francesca's entry into the villa, Curtis had been splitting his time between the two girls and getting to know them individually in a bid to figure out who he would be more suited to, and on Monday night's episode he let new girl Francesca down and told Longford model Maura that she's the one for him.
Maura had grown fed up with Curtis going between the two of them and planned to press him for a decision, or opt out of the love triangle herself completely to move on, but as she approached him to pull him for a chat, he said he also wanted to speak to her.
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The pair went to the roof terrace and spoke about their feelings for each other with Curtis saying he felt like he was getting to know Maura on a much deeper level and that his attraction for her was growing.
Maura was touched by his words and happy for the love triangle to end. They then shared a kiss before Curtis went back downstairs to explain to Francesca that he would rather be her friend.
Maura is currently coupled up with new boy Chris, and Curtis is officially coupled up with Francesca.
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Love Island continues on Virgin Media 2 and ITV at 9pm.