Cara de la Hoyde has confirmed she has reunited with her Love Island beau Nathan Massey.
The reality duo announced their split over the summer, despite Cara, 28, revealing her pregnancy soon afterwards.
But they clearly have had a change of heart, with the pregnant reality star taking to Instagram on Friday to confirm they were back together.
Scroll down for video
Happy ending! Pregnant Cara de la Hoyde confirmed she has reunited with her Love Island beau Nathan Massey in a sweet Instagram post on Friday
Sharing a besotted selfie as she puckered up to her other half, Cara wrote: 'The rumours are true.. hands off he's mine', adding a heart emoji, much to the excitement of her fans.
The duo had been pictured spending an increasing amount of time together despite their split, enjoying a spa break and attending social events together.
Their close Love Island pals Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen recently confirmed to MailOnline that the pair were 'enjoying spending time together', but weren't yet 'putting a label on things'.
Back on! The reality duo confirmed their split over the summer, despite Cara, 28, announcing her pregnancy soon afterwards
The news comes just a week after Cara candidly confessed that she is fearful she will suffer from postnatal depression following the arrival of her new addition.
The reality star, 28, revealed in an interview with Closer magazine that she has suffered with depression for years now and while she claims she is now much more 'positive', worries that could change are 'always in the back of her head'.
Cara credited her pregnancy for easing her battle with mental health and revealed: 'Since I've been pregnant, I haven't had any breakdowns and Nathan says I'm a different person.'
Concerns: Cara, 28, recently confessed that she is fearful she will suffer from postnatal depression, following the arrival of her new addition
She claimed having a baby feels like 'the missing part of the puzzle' and has helped to re-establish her positivity, but she is concerned that she could fall victim to postnatal depression following the birth of her little one.
Cara explained: 'I worry about postnatal depression as my hormones will be all over the place, it's always in the back of my head,' although she was quick to defiantly add: 'It if happens, I'll deal with it.'
The brunette Beauty, who shot to stardom on the second series of ITV2 dating show where she met Nathan Massey, first spoke of her battle with depression back in September.
Expecting: The reality star is pregnant with her first child, a baby boy, whom she shares with her fellow Love Island winner Nathan (above)
Cara revealed that she has suffered with it since her teenage years and now admits it had influenced her split from Nathan in April, earlier this year.
Fans were left shocked to hear the couple had parted ways and were hopeful that the pair would reunite following news of Cara's pregnancy.
Revealing her depression had taken its toll on the pair, she said: