Since Jack is now dating the EastEnders star's daughter, Dani, fans couldn't help but be reminded of the widely reported rumour that Kate herself had a poster of a prince on her wall before they had even met! Jack had his eye on Dani from before the show, mark my words.
"He was just like, 'Oh he's got a poster on the bedroom wall, your mum's got a poster on the bedroom wall of me.'", she said. As soon as I'm happy with someone, something happens to me.
Speaking through floods of tears in the Beach Hut, she said: "I knew it was too good to be true".
The pen salesman has told fellow contestant he is in love with Dyer, and has slept alone outside throughout his stay in Casa Amor to avoid sharing a bed with another woman.
Viewers reacted furiously to the drama, claiming producers had misled and distressed Dani - and now Ofcom is involved.
Shortly after 9pm, the official Love Island Twitter account told fans the programme had been pushed back into a later slot.
An Ofcom spokesperson told the BBC that the complaints are "specifically relating to Dani being shown the video of Jack".
An Ofcom spokeswoman said: "We are assessing these complaints against our broadcasting rules, before deciding whether or not to investigate". Apparently, scheduling time off on "Eastenders" is a nightmare and Dyer seemingly booked his time off long before his daughter made a decision to appear on "Love Island".
Some have even suggested the controversy raises mental health concerns.
One more commented: 'He's 26, why's he got posters?'
Others have defended the show, pointing out that it's partly a game, with a £50,000 prize at stake.
However, order was restored in Monday night's instalment of the ITV2 reality show as host Caroline Flack announced a recoupling.
Plenty of people are predicting that the couple will be crowned the winners of Love Island 2018.