Love Island fans fear Amber and Greg after not being seen together for weeks

LOVE Island fans are speculating that Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea have secretly split up.

The Love Island champions won the public over on the show after being together for only 12 days, but have struggled to see each other outside due to their busy schedules.

The pair haven't been seen together since 20 August – and haven't made their relationship official.

She has also made no secret that she misses her beau in both her own social media captions and in the comments of his posts.

However, 22-year-old Newcastle native Amber's latest Instagram post is the one that ignited rumours of a split.

It shows the pair snuggling up on a lake in Limerick, during Amber's trip to the rugby player's, 24, home in Ireland two weeks ago.

The caption reads: "My Babes // Squinty squinterson. Miss ya."

Despite the happy appearance in the photo, fans are starting to worry something is wrong.

One person wrote: "Please what's up with you! Make your own announcement please love."

Another added: "Feel sad that they don't see each other it would be easier for her if she was his girlfriend but he has his reasons for not asking her hope she doesn't get tired of waiting."

Someone even accused them of faking the relationship, saying: "Drop the act."

While on Twitter someone pointed they haven't been seen interacting: "Oh I was like I haven't seen them interacting but maybe they just keeping it on the low."

It looked even worse when Greg posted a photo of other Love Islander Jordan Hames and his pal at the races in Killarney together.

Amber posted: "Wish I could have been there!! Next time."

Greg didn't respond to the post.

The Sun Online have contacted Greg and Amber's reps for comment.

In early August, Amber told the Loose Women panel that a long distance relationship would be "hard work".

She said at the time: "We're taking it slowly, [the distance] is going to be hard, but if you want to make something work you put the effort in, you go to the ends of the earth to be with them."

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