Speaking to Who shortly after her stint on the show, Tayla confessed that Grant's relationship with girlfriend, Lucy Cartwright was no surprise.
“Obviously, there were more reasons as to why we broke up other than just a rumoured girlfriend. There were pretty clear signs they were still talking and I wasn’t going to be the other girl,” she said.
“It was all the lies that got to me, at the end of the day. I’d ask him, ‘Have you spoken to her?’ and he’d say, ‘No,’ but then there were text messages proving that he was. I would see it on his phone. It was one thing after another and stories weren’t adding up. My gut was telling me to get out, so I listened. I knew I had to get out. Everything we’ve seen that’s come since the break-up has really proven my gut was right.”
Tayla went on to date Love Island co-star Dom Thomas for seven months after her relationship with Grant ended but is now dating AFL player, Nathan Broad.
Due to the coronavirus lockdown, the couple made the bold decision to move in together in the Queensland AFL bubble right when Love Island was airing in the UK but still appear to be very much in love.
Posting to Instagram in December, Tayla shared an adorable montage of the couple captioning it:" Life’s thrown us some challenges this year. 3 quarantines, living in 3 states and being separated for over 3 months didn’t even come close to putting a dent in my love for you.
"Thanks for making what should have been a horrible year, completely worth it."
Grant, meanwhile, is still with his "secret" girlfriend Lucy and the couple are even expecting their first child together.
"BABY CRAPP DUE APRIL ❤️🤰🏻 so excited to be a dad! She’s going to be soo cute!! I can’t wait to meet her 😍 #whatayear," the 25-year-old dad-to-be sweetly captioned a photo of himself and Lucy - her baby bump on display