'If u love something let it go': Love Island's Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison spark speculation they have split in cryptic tweets... two months after birth of baby Vienna
Their romance started on 2015's Love Island and they welcomed their first baby in May.
But Cally Jane Beech, 25, and Luis Morrison, 22, have sparked speculation that they have split after posting cryptic tweets last week.
The model wrote 'If you u love something let it go ... only then will you really know', a tweet which did not go unnoticed by her 87,000 followers.
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Gone their separate ways? Love Island's Cally Jane Beech, 25, and Luis Morrison, 22, have sparked speculation that they have split after posting cryptic tweets last week
New parents: The speculation comes just two months after the couple welcomed baby daughter Vienna
The rumour mill swiftly began turning with one of Cally's fans writing 'When you have a baby, it's the hardest time for any couple don't give up' while another concerned follower added 'Are you and luis ok?'
And the day before Luis posted 'The grass is never greener' with Cally swiftly responding 'N u already know this' followed by a thumbs up emoji.
Cally's representative declined to comment when approached by Mail Online.
A representative for Luis has also been contacted.
The couple's relationship hasn't been smooth sailing in recent months, with Cally-Jane admitting in an interview with New! Magazine she didn't speak to Luis for two weeks before she went into labour in May.
Rumour mill: Cally tweeted 'If you u love something let it go' sparking concern among her followers that she and Luis had parted company
Cryptic: Cally posted the mysterious tweet on Saturday after previously admitting the couple's relationship had been placed under strain
Further fuel to the fire: Luis posted a cryptic tweet of his own saying 'the grass is never greener'
Swift response: Cally was quick to respond to Luis' comment 'n u already know this'
New arrival: The couple announced their pregnancy in October last year with Vienna arriving on May 7
During the interview, Cally was honest about her first experience of motherhood, revealing that fierce arguments with Luis half way through her pregnancy contributed to the unsettling time.
'I think we took on a lot at the same time,' she explained of the tense second half of her pregnancy. 'You know at the start of the relationship you have a honeymoon period - I want that all the time.'
She went onto explain that the stress of moving to a new house near Leeds in January and Luis starting a business contributed to the arguments, which ultimately led Cally to decide to stay with her mum two weeks before the birth, admitting the couple needed a break.
'We weren't really talking before I went into labour - I just didn't want it to turn into another argument,' she said. 'It was only about two weeks that we weren't speaking. I said "I'll just call you if I go into labour."'
Loved up:The couple had appeared rock solid since starting their relationship in 2015
Devoted dad: The couple regularly share sweet snaps of themselves with their daughter
Difficult nine months: The star has previously spoken out about her 'traumatic pregnancy'
In the end Luis was by Cally's side throughout her gruelling 32 hour labour which resulted in an emergency caesarean when Vienna's heart rate plummeted.
Cally was reunited with former flame Luis on Love Island's first rebooted season in 2015 and the pair instantly became a couple once more, before announcing their pregnancy in October.
On May 7 the happy couple revealed they had welcomed a baby girl who they named Vienna.
The couple have been candid about their gruelling route to parenthood as shortly after the birth Cally voiced her dismay on social media as she questioned the modern day 'labour procedures'.
Where it all began: Cally was reunited with former flame Luis on Love Island's first rebooted season in 2015 and the pair instantly became a couple once more
Cally shared a note reading: 'Just wanted to say Hull women's at Children hospital midwifes and student nurses was absolutely fantastic with me from the moment I went into labour couldn't be more grateful they never left my side...
'However I can't get something off my brain and i need to say I definitely do not agree with today's labour procedures at all, a woman knows her own body and if I didn't listen to mine my labour result could have been a whole lot worse and Iv thought about this every time I look at my baby.
'I find it actually upsetting to talk about my labour with my mum and luis who had to experience it with me and that's really sad at such a special time (sic)'.
Glittering: The couple had bounced back after the birth and were spotted out and about in London in May
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