Love Island winners spark engagement rumours with diamond ring as fans go wild

Love Island stars Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan have sparked engagement rumours just five months after leaving the villa.

The TV duo were crowned champions of the winter series in April of this year and are one of two couples still together from that season.

On Saturday (August 19), 25-year-old Kai sent fans wild after sharing a snap on Instagram of Sanam, 25, rocking a dazzling diamond ring on her finger.

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As the brunette beauty showcased the stunning band, Kai added the caption: "A promise" followed by a ring emoji.

Fans went wild after seeing the post, with many heading straight to the comments to congratulate the stars after believing it was a real engagement.

One person wrote: "Ahhh so happy for you two," as another echoed: "Congratulations to you both".

Others seemed to be confused as a third asked: "Is this engagement? X," as another baffled fan commented: "Wait are they engaged".

Kai was quick to address the rumours as he told his followers: "Btw guys it’s a promise ring! The big one will come soon dw".

Kai and Sanam moved in together in June and recently started a YouTube channel together.

Following the end of the most recent series of Love Island, the couple shared a video discussing why they didn't receive brand deals and magazine shoots like other previous islanders.

Kai kicked off by saying: "People have asked us, ‘why did you never get daytime TV when you came out the villa’. 'Why did you never do photoshoots in the tabloids?’ And the answer is we don’t know.

"We have no answer to that. We don’t really know why all previous Love Island winners before us, and after us, got opportunities.

"There’s no justification for it. I feel like since we’ve come out the villa all we’ve done is spend time with each other."

Social worker Sanam explained that their main focus has been building a home together, which Kai agreed was the "most important" thing to them.

Kai added the couple are both happy because they found love in the villa but suggested they weren't typical Love Island winners.

“The things that come with it – maybe we weren’t what they wanted," he told fans. "Not what they wanted Love Island winners to be, because we don’t cause drama…we don’t do certain things other Love Island winners do.

"Maybe that’s your answer, maybe it’s something else.”

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