Bachelor in Paradise finished filming in late 2019, but sadly, due to the coronavirus pandemic, was unable to air on our screens until the second half of 2020, leaving many fans wondering which couples have lasted the distance.
No doubt, the nine months between shooting and airing were difficult for the couples, who were trying to keep a low profile, but we now know who stayed together and who broke up after filming.
So, which of the final four are still together?
Ciarran Stott and Kiki Morris
Ciarran and Kiki sat down before the commitment ceremony and decided to leave the show together and while they walked away hand in hand, it was soon revealed that things didn't work out for them.
Appearing on screen were the words: "Ciarran and Kiki returned home as a couple and tried to make things work.
"Unfortunately, within weeks, he ended the relationship. She has not heard from him since."
Taking to her Instagram stories, Kiki revealed: "Ciarran and I broke up about two months after he left Paradise. He had moved in with me, tried to make it work… obviously there's a lot of gory details I'll spare you of."
She added: "When I'm allowed to fill you in on everything, I'll hopefully give you guys more information."
Ciarran has yet to make any kind of statement.
Alisha Aitken-Radburn and Glenn Smith
Alisha and Glenn have confirmed they are still together after finishing up the show at the commitment ceremony.
Glenn told Alisha during the ceremony: "I was dreaming of meeting someone like you. I can't believe you're standing here in front of me."
And she responded: "From our first conversation, our first date and our first kiss, I have known that you were the person that I wanted to leave paradise with.
"I have known for quite some time because you are truly unlike any other man that I've met in my life.
"I want to offer you a ring that signifies the life that we could build together and the opportunity to call you my partner."
The pair have confirmed they have moved in together with Alisha moving to Western Australia to be with Glenn.
Mary Viturino and Conor Canning
Mary and Conor confessed their love during the commitment ceremony and revealed after the show ended that Mary had moved to Tasmania with her daughter Chanel, six, to be with Conor.
"The secret is out! We're still together. What an incredible journey, we've had so much fun," Conor said on Instagram.
"Yes, finally! We loved being part of Paradise, and you know, we are glad it's over so we can start our lives together," Mary added.
During the commitment ceremony, Conor presented Mary with a promise ring, telling her she "means the world" to him.
Matt Whyatt and Renee Barrett
While Matt and Renee left Paradise together and committed to each other at the commitment ceremony, saying, "I love you," to each other, the pair is sadly no longer dating.
They took to Instagram to share with fans the sad news but were still very respectful of one another.
Renee wrote: "This experience was nothing short of amazing and I’m so grateful for the amazing friends I’ve made.
"Unfortunately [Matt] and I are no longer together. We gave it our best shot but our love for each other wasn’t able to transition from Paradise to the real world. I respect Matt and hope that you respect my privacy and understand that I won’t be going into any details. Matt and I remain friends (not all ex’s have to hate each other) and I wish him and his new partner nothing but happiness!
"I wanted so badly for this to be my forever and I’m sorry if I’ve disappointed you all, I know you were rooting for me to find love.
I’m so glad I’ve finally learnt how I deserve to be treated and the outpouring of love and support from Australia means the world. Let’s hope I’ve had my heart broken for the last time and I can find love again."
Matt has been rumoured to be seeing Love Island's Kim Harnett with the pair being spotted around Queensland together.