EXCLUSIVE: 'Never say never': Love Island's Montana Brown REFUSES to rule out a reunion with ex-beau Alex Beattie... as she admits distance was to blame for their early split

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They had seemed completely smitten with each other, after striking up a relationship on the third series of Love Island, but had split just weeks after the show wrapped.

But Montana Brown has insisted a reunion could still be on the cards for herself and ex-boyfriend Alex Beattie, as they have remained on 'good terms' following their early break up.

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The reality star, who has launched her own collection with Pretty Little Thing, exclusively admitted to Mail Online that distance had been a 'big issue' for herself and her ex-beau - ultimately leading them to call it quits.

Love Island fans saw Montana fall for model Alex on the dating series, following his late arrival to the villa.

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The Geordie lad had confessed his feelings for Montana on the show, telling her he was in love with her, and the duo narrowly missed out on a place in the final, leaving just days before it took place.

Despite continuing their romance once they had arrived back on home soil, shortly after their return the couple were forced to face speculation they had split. And while they remained defiant at first, insisting they were still together, it later came to light that they had chosen to separate.

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Insisting there is no bad blood between them, however, Montana revealed: 'We call each other still and we're still on good terms - we do really get on.

'We have a lot of things in common. We both like going to the gym, we both really clicked in the villa.'

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Addressing their split, Montana continued: 'As soon as we came out the distance was a really big issue. I'm not someone who would want to see someone all the time anyway, but it was more we weren't seeing each other a lot.

'We knew we would be...
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