Jack Fowler and Justine Ndiba won the Love Island Games, but are taking their relationship day by day as they live far away from each other. The two were voted “Most Valuable Islanders” by fans and have continued to date long-distance after the show. Jack and Justine are not rushing their relationship and are taking things one day at a time.
Justine Ndiba and Jack Fowler won Love Island Games, but are taking their future romance day by day due to living far apart from each other.
Justine Ndiba and Jack Fowler are the champions of Love Island Games, having captured the hearts of their fellow islanders and ultimately taking home the top prize. However, when it comes to their future as a couple, they are taking things one day at a time. Justine, 27, shared with The Hollywood Reporter that their current relationship status is “doing our best” as they live far apart. The two OG contestants formed a partnership on the first season of Peacock’s Love Island games and quickly became fan favorites, eventually winning the competition and splitting the $100,000 prize.
Jack Fowler and Justine Ndiba were also voted “Most Valuable Islanders” by fans, earning an additional $15,000 each. While the couple is faced with the challenge of a long-distance relationship, Jack visited Justine in Los Angeles and they have been documenting their relationship via social media and FaceTime when apart. When asked about their current status by THR, Jack mentioned that despite the distance, they talk every day and are trying their best to be there for each other, taking things day by day and enjoying each other’s company.
The pair’s win on Love Island Games is significant for Justine, as she is now the first two-time champ. Their journey as a couple seems to be focused on navigating their long-distance romance, making the most of their time together, and supporting each other as they continue to date amidst their respective work and family commitments. It’s clear that Jack and Justine are taking a different approach to their relationship following their win, choosing to focus on the present and being there for each other rather than rushing into anything.