Love Island prize money: How much the winning couple get and why no one steals it

Love Island is over for another year with Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti being crowned the winners

Fans were thrilled to see the 27-year-old duo take home the crown and £50,000 in prize money.

Usually, the two winners are separated and asked to choose an envelope

Each - one containing £50,000 while the other contains £0

Those pick the envelope with prize funds need to decide whether they want to share the money with their partner or not

That means they each get £25,000, or if they want to steal the whole amount for themselves.

Splitting money is a sign of islanders' commitment to their partner

It shows whether they ultimately entered the villa for love or money.

No one has ever stolen the prize money in Love Island history

All of the previous winning couples were set to take home £25,000 each.

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