Love Island 2023’s Molly and Zach confirm they’re back together in cute statement

They’re off travelling together for two months!

It was only confirmed just over a month ago that Love Island 2023 finalists Molly Marsh and Zach Noble had split up, but now they’ve confirmed they’re back together in a new statement.

In March it was reported the couple had ended things after seven months together, but had remained friends. At the time it was said there was no bad blood and a rep told The Tab “they wish nothing but the best for one another.”

But now in a statement provided to The Sun and after a couple of weeks of rumours, it’s been confirmed they are giving things a go again. A rep for Molly and Zach said they are not putting “labels” on their relationship just yet, but are back spending time together and seeing how things go.

“Molly and Zachariah have always remained friends, even when they both decided to break from their relationship almost two months ago,” the rep said. “The couple have always supported each other and had similar interests, including seeing parts of the world and travelling.”

Love Island 2023 finalists Molly and Zach back together

via Instagram

The couple have since posted together at the airport, confirming they’re an item again and are jetting off on holiday on a two-month reunion getaway.

The rep added: “They are not putting pressure on their relationship at present, or labelling it, but are very excited to go travelling around Australia together for the next few weeks. They’re both really happy and enjoying each others company.”


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