Curtis STILL hasn’t called Amy Hart to apologise three days after leaving Love Island – despite claiming he wanted to ‘check up on her’ as soon as he left

CURTIS Pritchard STILL hasn't called Amy Hart three days after leaving Love Island – despite claiming he wanted to "check up on her" as soon as he left.

The 23-year-old dancer finished the show in fourth place on Monday night with new partner Maura Higgins.

He stunned viewers while in the villa when he had his head turned from "half-girlfriend" Amy during Casa Amor before dumping her.

The devastated air stewardess was left so heartbroken by Curtis' decision that she sensationally quit the show – moving the hunk to tears during her emotional goodbye speech.

After the villa, Curtis said he was keen to give Amy a call and make up with her – but the blonde beauty is still waiting for the promised phone call.

A source close to Amy told The Sun Online: "Friends say he hasn't called and they doubt he will.

"It's a nice thing to say but no one expects him to actually do it."

However, a source close to Curtis insists that he will be calling when his whirlwind schedule allows.

During a post-show interview, Curtis insisted that he wanted to make sure that his ex is holding up OK, and that he will make contact as soon as he gets his phone back.

He said: "I haven’t got my phone or anything back just yet. I will be talking to Amy when I do get my phone back.

"I just want to check on Amy and that everything is alright."

Jordan Hames also revealed that Curtis had told the other Islanders that he was going to call his ex when he leaves the show.

He and Amy appeared on This Morning together earlier this week, with host Ruth Langsford asking Amy if she could "ever be friends" with Curtis.

She bravely replied: "I would want to be friends with Curtis.

"I'm not going to message him first as he is with someone new now, so it's not really my place."

Jordan interjected, reassuring her: "Curtis actually said to me he is going to ring you as soon as he gets out."

Ruth then asked if Amy would answer, to which she insisted: "Of course I'll take his call."

She also praised his relationship with Maura, saying that the two look "really happy" together.

The Sun Online have contacted Curtis' rep for comment.

Last night, it was revealed that Curtis had finally introduced Maura to his Strictly Come Dancing brother AJ via FaceTime.

AJ posted a screenshot of the conversation with his brother and the Irish beauty to his Instagram Story.

He captioned the picture: "@CurtisPritchard12 See you soon. Hey @MauraHiggins Great to actually meet you // via Facetime."

The couple looked happy and relaxed in the blurry picture, with AJ previously missing out when the brothers' parents jetted off to Majorca to meet Maura as part of the show.

Amy and Curtis coupled up right at the beginning of this year's series of Love Island, and the two quickly became one of the most secure pairs in the villa.

However, Curtis' head was turned during the Casa Amor twist – where he admitted that he'd dump Amy in favour of new girl Jourdan Riane if she'd been interested.

The confession broke Amy's heart, and it only got worse when the hunk then dumped her because he couldn't promise he wouldn't be tempted to stray again.

To rub salt in the wound, Maura quickly made her interest in Curtis known, cracking on with him in front of Amy – which was another factor in her decision to leave the villa.

Amy's leaving speech had viewers in tears at the time, with the star explaining to Curtis: "I met you and you completely turned my whole world around. We made each other happy…

"I want us to be best, best friends but we both need to move on and we both need to find someone that is going to make us as happy as we make them.

"Realistically for you, you will not be happy all the time here because you’ll always put me first because you’re such a good person.

"That’s why I love you so much and that’s why I want you to be happy. You are not going to be happy whilst I’m still here.

"So, I’m leaving today but it’s a positive thing because I’m going to go and start the rest of my life today.

"I’m going to let you go and you pursue whoever it is you want to pursue and hope that you find whatever you are looking for.

"Once this is all done we will have the best friendship you have ever seen in your life."

The Sun Online later revealed that Curtis had begged her to stay in an emotional showdown that didn't make it to air.

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