Love Island’s Curtis ‘regrets dumping Amy as he struggles with Maura’s wild side’

Curtis Pritchard left Amy Hart devastated when he called time on their half-boyfriend-girlfriend romance in Love Island.

Despite having been head-over-heels for each other, his head was turned by Jourdan Riana as soon as Amy headed to Casa Amor.

And when the blonde air hostess arrived back single and ready to drop the L-bomb, Curtis crushed her dreams by admitting he just wasn’t that into her.

“I never thought you’d do this to me, you’re the perfect man after all. You are not,” she sobbed

“I thought I’d met my first love and the one and it turns out I haven’t.

“I’m someone’s back up plan yet again.”

Unable to heal her heart, Amy walked out of the villa three weeks ago because she couldn’t bear to watch Curtis crack on with other women.

It wasn’t long before that happened with Maura Higgins and Francesca Allen going head-to-head for his affections.

After MUCH debating, he eventually chose Maura, although their fledgling relationship has been anything but smooth.

They fought after Curtis advised Jordan Hames to put the moves on India Reynolds without telling girlfriend Anna Vakili.

They also had a bust-up after Curtis refused to have sex because he was tired, and regularly clash behind-the-scenes according to housemates.

Maura’s mum certainly isn’t a fan, refusing to reveal if she likes him and instead telling her daughter to trust her judgement.

And their last date proved to be a flop when Maura confessed her true feelings and Curtis just smiled awkwardly.

So what gives? Relationship expert April Masini believes Curtis isn’t enjoying the new version of himself and is longing for the calm that went with dating Amy compared to Maura’s much-loved wild side.

Curtis absolutely has regrets about dumping Amy and they were a better match than he and Maura,” she said

Amy’s insecurity was actually a good match for Curtis’ father-figure self-styling and his aphorism guru persona.

She continues, “Even though he complained about her needing reassurance, it’s one of the things that bonded them over the long run.

“Maura is much more likely to go rogue at any second, and that doesn’t suit Curtis. He liked who he was with Amy more than he does with Maura.”

What’s more, she says it’s just a matter of time before he reaches out to Amy in the hope of trying again.

“Once they’re off Love Island, he’ll definitely reach out to Amy,” she add.

“I think that she’ll give him another chance and the pressure cooker atmosphere of Love Island will be off, and that’ll make it easier for them to give it a go.”