Former Love Island star Montana Brown splits from boyfriend Elliot Reeder

But it has now emerged the pair have recently decided to end their romance, The Sun reported.

It is not yet known why the couple have decided to go their separate ways.

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The end of Montana and Elliot's coupling comes after the star got reflective on her 24th birthday when she took to Instagram to share her thoughts with her 1.4million followers.

The reality star revealed she was feeling lucky to "be alive" and be surrounded by supportive friends who have helped her through the dark times.

In the lengthy message on her Instagram stories, Montana shared she was feeling anxious and hungover while she poured over pictures with her pals.

She wrote: "I'm feeling pretty lucky to 1. Be alive 2. Have some of the most supportive positive people around me and 3. That all my friends are some of the most genuine people I know. Feeling so blessed and lucky.

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"I'm in a weird hungover/anxious mood and looking through pictures of all my nearest and dearest is making me feel a whole lot better. Maybe I need to have another festival for my birthday."

Montana was heartbroken when the news broke that her friend Mike had passed away in March 2019.

The Love Island bombshell paid a visit to the late Mike's restaurant when it opened shortly after his death.

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They had forged a close bond while starring on Love Island together and the pair stayed in touch when leaving the villa.

Mike's death sent shockwaves through the reality worlds as many of his co-stars paid tribute to him on social media and attended his funeral.

Previously, Montana touched on Mike's death as she urged everyone to be "nicer, a little bit kinder".

She said: "I think it’s important to let his memory live on and remember the importance of why this happened, and to change your own life on what terrible, terrible thing has happened to Mike.

"I think everyone should be nicer, a little bit kinder – it’s such an awful world we live in, it’s just nice to be nice.

"I’ve definitely changed the way I live my life – and I urge others to do the same."

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