The Love Island winner appeared on Loose Women earlier today
Love Island 2019 winners Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea called it quits last week - five weeks after leaving the Love Island villa as the show's King and Queen.
Amber - who was the fan-favourite on the show throughout - coupled up with Greg towards the end of the show, and they took the prize money over the likes of Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury.
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If you cast your mind back to the summer of 2018, you may remember that the World Cup was on. And it must have been torture for a big fan like Josh, then a SPORTbible presenter, to go without knowing the scores.Or maybe not."One of the runners was like a big football fan," Josh revealed, speaking on the Prevayl: Better Begins Here podcast."So sometimes we'd go and get a drink in the evening. The runner would pop his head around and he'd show me a highlight of like something. So, I found out (football updates) at that point, but he wasn't there all the time."
Sadly, the couple split over the weekend, with Greg telling RTE One's Late Late Show that they needed to be "realistic" about their long-distance romance, saying that they were both "jam-packed busy."
And during her stint on Loose Women earlier today, Amber opened up about the split to her fellow panellists, telling them that she'd been "disappointed" by Greg ending the relationship.
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The 22-year-old said, "Obviously I'm really disappointed, I wasn't expecting it at all. I was due just that weekend just gone to fly out to Dublin and spend the weekend with him and we were going on a TV show together and on that day I had to cancel because it wasn't working out.
"But yeah, I just think, you know the career and the distance was always a factor, it was always something that we knew about so I don't know what changed.
"I wanted to make it work but it is what it is really. I am disappointed that it's over but, you know, I'm booked and I'm busy. I'll be fine, onwards and upwards from here."