The Love Island pair called it quits yesterday following a three-month relationship.
Personal trainer Sam, 25, and actress Georgia, 21, announced the split on their respective Instagram pages.
Georgia said: “I’m very sad to say me and Sam have split. I will always care about him.
“However, please understand that this is a hard time for us both. Thank you.”
“Georgia always insisted she was a loyal girl even when there were hints to the contrary”
Sam’s statement took a slightly different tone, the Love Island star revealed he was “devastated” and they’d “split up for reasons I can’t bring myself to comment on at the moment.”
The handsome hunk’s cryptic comment came before a friend of Georgia told The Sun today she’d been accusing of meeting up with her ex.
Speaking to The Sun Online, the insider claimed: “Georgia insists she hasn’t been disloyal at all – and has told Sam that nothing actually happened.
“She did meet up with her ex because she still had loads of his stuff and wanted to give it back.”
They added: “Sam was furious and really shocked when he found out and decided to end it all.”
If the allegations are true, Georgia’s iconic catchphrase from this year’s series – “I’m loyal babe,” would prove to be somewhat ironic.
But if one is continually insisting they are “loyal,” are they holding themselves to an unattainable standard?
Body language expert Judi James said: “I would say yes, Georgia and Sam’s relationship was destined to fail.
“Georgia fell ‘in love’ twice on Love island, which is never a good sign of deeply bonded rapport-based attraction and her relationship with Sam began after she had been humiliatingly dumped by her first guy. Normally someone would take time to rant, repair and heal but Georgia fell straight into Sam’s arms and they then underwent that horrendous decision to stay on the island but only if they split.
“And then there was the ‘loyal’ word. Georgia always insisted she was a loyal girl even when there were hints to the contrary. When we keep repeating a word like this to describe ourselves it does suggest the ‘show, don’t tell’ theory where someone who is intrinsically loyal will usually show loyalty rather than telling everyone.”