Taking to Instagram, Lizzie shared a lengthy statement about the breakup.
"We have mutually decided to end our relationship as boyfriend and girlfriend," she wrote. "We want to thank everyone for the endless support we have received on our platforms.
"Please be kind and respectful. We are aware you have followed parts of our journey, but please remember we are real people, and we are both navigating our way through this time to the best of our abilities.
"Naturally we are both aware there will be countless rumours and so on. Again, we are both navigating our way through this time so please be respectful and we won’t be allowing comments on this post. It is still fresh for us both, we just know there has been some curiosity as we have shared parts of our relationship online and we met on national television.
"We are both respectful of each other and are still involved in each other’s lives. We both have cherished each other and have grown together.
“We would like to send love and well wishes to all,” she finished.
Seb also shared the same statement with both he and Lizzie choosing to turn off comments on the post.
The fan favourites were the only pairing from last year's season of the show to remain together after it ended in early 2020.
The pair recently filmed the MAFS All-Stars special, so it would appear the split is quite recent.
In the last photo Lizzie shared of herself and Seb on Boxing Day, the pair seemed to be as happy as ever posing for a selfie together.
Lizzie was famously paired with Sam Ball, who fat-shamed her during her first stint on the show. She returned in 2020 and met and fell in love with Seb.
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