Love Island’s Demi Jones reveals she split with Luke M after he ‘didn’t make an effort’ to text her in lockdown – The Sun

LOVE Island beauty Demi Jones has confirmed her relationship with Luke Mabbott is dead in the water due to "little effort" on his part.

The stylish influencer and heating engineer were never official despite coming out of the sun-soaked villa as a couple, and she has revealed the lack of communication during the coronavirus pandemic sealed their fate.

The Sun Online exclusively confirmed their sad split last month.

Now Demi, 21, has told MailOnline how social distancing and the 312 miles between her Portsmouth home and the Justin Bieber look-a-like's pad in Redcar played its part.

Yet it was his lack of response to her messages which proved the biggest issue.

Newly-single Demi told the publication: "We've completely called it off now, I think it was brought about more from his behalf than mine, but we're mutual and friendly.

"With lockdown, it drove us apart and we live so far away from each other.

"I feel like there wasn't a lot of effort made with communication, so we drifted as a result.

"It's a shame and bad timing."

She added:" "As lockdown went on, little effort was made so it was called off.

"I feel like the ship has sailed now due to the way it was handled.

'"I feel like we were supposed to be honeymoon phase, I'd text him often but that wasn't really reciprocated. He is a lovely boy."

Yet the brunette, who came in third place with her man on the show, insisted their is no bad blood between the pair and she was looking forward to meeting up with him when social distancing regulations allow.

The couple got together in the villa after Nas dumped Demi for Eva in Casa Amor.

Speaking of the break-up at the time, a source exclusively told The Sun Online: "It's no huge drama.

"They're just better off as friends.

"They had a good run but they have split for good."Love Island’s Demi Jones cuts off answer to fan question about Luke Mabbott on her Instagram story as split rumours swirl


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